The Big GCSE History Festive Challenge
Here is our eagerly awaited GCSE History Christmas Quiz for 2022. It contains loads of our fab festive templates and is a mixture of general history questions, with activities geared towards the...
History podcast recommendation - Tudor Talk Time
Tune into this weekly podcast where the Tudor Talk Time team discuss interesting and important women from the Tudor era who you may not be aware of, and give you an insight to their fascinating lives.
How bad ideas take hold!
The BBC Podcast Beyond Today has a fascinating podcast about how bad ideas take hold, and links perfectly to the Medicine units across the GCSE course.
Cold War: How The Cold War Gave Us Google Maps
A short video on one of the by-products of the Cold War. GPS was created by the U.S. military during the Cold War and designed to deliver bombs to their exact locations.
Peter Jackson's new First World War film
Wow - this could be a stunning resource to use and a great reason to get students out to the cinema for digital screenings.
Pre-University Tasters at Warwick in London (History)
If you are intellectually curious, keen to make new friends, have a thirst for knowledge and wish to test-drive university learning in the heart of London’s cutting edge Knowledge Quarter, then...
Partition - Seventy Years On
An excellent short primer from BBC Newsnight on the partition of India seventy years ago.
Intelligence Squared: 'Margaret Thatcher saved Britain'
Did Margaret Thatcher save Britain? Or did she hold Britain back? Join Intelligence Squared as the explore this question.
In the second debate on the Catholic Church, Intelligence Squared debates whether or not the Catholic Church is a force for Good in the World.
Intelligence Squared: Should the Elgin Marbles Be Sent Back?
The Elgin Marbles have caused disagreement between Greece and Britain as well as historians for over 200 years. Should Britain send them back? Or should Britain keep them? Join Intelligence Squared...
Dresden is often held as an example of the devastation caused by Allied bombing in the Second World War. Was it right to cause such destruction? Join Intelligence Squared to explore the question.
Intelligence Squared: 'Hitler's Pope'
The agreement between the Nazis and the Catholic Church is contentious. Historians have laid the claim that the Catholic Church did too little help the Jews during the Holocaust. Intelligence...
The Catholic Church has had a long history filled with scandal, betrayal, and crisis. Intelligence Squared debates the question that the the Catholic Church is beyond redemption.
Preparing for A Level History
Your GCSEs may now be over and you should be celebrating all your hard work. The summer ahead of you will be a long one, filled with possibility and potential. Whilst, studying and preparation may...
Chamberlain appeased Hitler, gave in to his demands and betrayed the people of Czechoslovakia. Or did he? Intelligence Squared explores this issue with an esteemed panel of historians.
Intelligence Squared: JFK and his quest for peace
Join Jeffrey Sachs as he explores the quest that President John F Kennedy had for peace. In a time of rising tension between the US and other nations, Sachs reflects on the challenges that JFK had...
Should Britain have fought in World War One? During the 100 year anniversary of the conflict, it is a question that is worthy of debate. Join Intelligence Squared to explore this debate.
Former Catholic Nun Karen Armstrong explores the question, whether or not religion is the source of global violence? What do you think?
Intelligence Squared: Magna Carta Myth and Meaning
Magna Carta has been a staple of the English Legal System for over 800 years, inspiring to the US Declaration of Independence and the Univeral Declaration of Human Rights. Dinah Rose QC, Dr David...
Intelligence Squared: Napoleon the Great?
How should we remember Emperor Napoleon? Jeremy Paxman chairs the debate in this Intelligence Squared debate.
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