His Royal Highness The Prince Philip,
Duke of Edinburgh

Historic Royal Palaces joins the Royal Family and millions of people across the country in mourning the passing of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Following the death of His Royal Highness, there will be changes to opening hours for the gardens at Hampton Court Palace and Hillsborough Castle. For further information, please read our FAQs page.

 

 

Mayflower Primary's First World War remembrance animation

9 April 2021. Following the death of His Royal Highness, there will be changes to opening hours for the gardens at Hampton Court Palace and Hillsborough Castle. For further information, please read our FAQs page

About this learning resource

Format: Video

In 2014, Historic Royal Palaces collected children's responses to three questions about why we should remember the First World War. (#WhyRemember). This video can be used as a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3.

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Resource Information

Key Stage

KS2 (age 7-11)

Subject

History

Topic

Wars

Type

For the classroom

Palace

Tower of London

In 2014, Historic Royal Palaces collected children's responses to three questions about why we should remember the First World War. These videos can be used as a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3.

Key Stage

KS2 (age 7-11)

Subject

History

Topic

Wars

A selection of primary and secondary image and written sources designed to support GCSE students studying the Normans.

Key Stage

KS4 (age 15-16)KS5 (age 16+)

Subject

History

Topic

Normans

Self-guided historical enquiry designed to support GCSE students studying the Normans, in particular the AQA historic environment of Norman England.

Key Stage

KS4 (age 15-16)KS5 (age 16+)

Subject

History

Topic

Normans

Welcome to The Scoop! Join Jezebel Factsman and her team of historical experts to uncover how the Normans constructed the White Tower.

Key Stage

KS4 (age 15-16)

Subject

HistoryArchaeology

Topic

Normans

In 2014, students responded to the question. These are their thoughts.

Key Stage

KS2 (age 7-11)KS3 (age 11-14)

Subject

History

Topic

Wars

In 2014, children responded to this question. These are their responses.

Key Stage

KS2 (age 7-11)KS3 (age 11-14)

Subject

History

Topic

20th and 21st CenturyWars