Help for non-UK Readers
This website may not be as easy to use for international visitors as you’d like because every activity is described in terms of the English educational system. To help you translate this into your own system here’s a quick guide.
Pupils' schooling is divided into 5 phases, or Key Stages:
• Key Stage 1: 4-7 year olds
• Key Stage 2: 7-11 year olds
• Key Stage 3: 11-14 year olds
History ceases to be compulsory in the English National Curriculum at the age of 14.
• Key Stage 4: 14-16 year olds (this is also known as GCSE, the title of the examination)
• Key Stage 5: 16-18 year olds (this is also known as A level or Advanced level which is sub-divided into AS and A2)
Do You Teach Different Topics?
You may not teach any of the topics that are included in this site but remember that the types (or 'models') of the activities (e.g. role plays or timelines) are highly transferable [ here… ].
International users may be interested in the website of Euroclio, the European organization for History teachers and educators [ www.euroclio.eu ]