This website provides study courses for students of social history working towards Key Stage 3 and higher. Each of the courses is broken down into short chapters illustrated with documents selected from archives. A set of questions accompanies each study course. All of this material can be printed either for reference or to provide handouts.
The Federation of Family History Societies (FFHS) is an educational charity which exists to represent, advise and support its membership of family history societies and other genealogical organisations world-wide.
Useful information about keeping children and young people safe online
The Internet can be a wonderful resource for kids. But that access can also pose hazards. It's important to be aware of what your kids see and hear on the Internet, who they meet, and what they share about themselves online.
How to keep your child safe online.
A guide for parents, carers and educators.
A guide to how to educate and protect our children online.
A complete collection of transferable job skills, resources and tools for job-seekers and career-changers.
This site provides resource material from the Police Archive held at the Open University for two projects designed for Key Stage 3 and sixth-form students
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