This page contains a comprehensive list of educational and general history websites. To find a link to a specific topic use the History A-Z page.
Additional Needs Net – Special/additional needs resources.
BBC Bitesize History Revision – History revision from the BBC.
English Heritage – English Heritage Education Site.
John D Clare History Site – Modern World History GCSE site.
History Learning Site – School site with information on a range of topics.
History’s Happening – Links to kid-safe History sites.
Mr Allsop History GCSE – Information, podcasts and Powerpoint presentations for OCR GCSE topics.
Object Lessons – Roman, Tudor, Victorian and 1900+ artefacts.
Public Records Office – Useful information and activities.
School History – Information, activities and downloads.
School Net – Links to subject information for all ages.
School Zone – Links to all National Curriculum subjects.
Schools Wikipedia – Information on a wide range of historical topics.
Snaith Primary School – Information on all areas of the KS2 History curriculum.
Starshine – Top quality musicals for performance by schools and theatre groups.
Topmarks – Links to all curriculum subjects at all Key stages.
General History Sites
BBC – BBC History.
Britannia Encyclopedia – An online encyclopedia of British history.
Awesome Stories – History, biographies, disasters and famous trials.
Freepedia – History encyclopedia covering a range of topics.
The History Channel – The TV Channel’s online site.
The History Cookbook – History of cooking from prehistory to world wars with sample recipes.
The History Faculty – A collection of podcasts aimed at A Level and University students.
History for Kids – A range of topics by topic, timeline or subject.
History Teacher – Links to all aspects of European history.
Hyper History Online – Timelines with links to maps, information etc.
The Imperial War Museum – Imperial War Museum online.
Scholiast – Links to Historical topics.
Spartacus – Online history encyclopedia.
Storyvault – Wide range of oral histories. Facility to upload your own oral histories as well as browse and listen to others.
UK Primary Documents – Links to UK Primary Documents.