Christleton High School Students

New Resources

(Posted on 23/04/20)

BBC - bitesize - daily lessons -  a daily lessons plan, including lots of videos which may help supplement some of the learning students are asked to complete.

Psychological Support for Children Coping with COVID-19 – see attached document

If you haven't yet had chance to see any of the museum tours, here are some more ideas:




British Museum

The British Museum houses some of the most famous artefacts from across the world

The Olympic Museum (TOM)

The Olympic Museum is not about collections! It’s about an idea: Olympism. 

The National Museum of Natural History

Run by the Smithsonian Institution, this venerable edifice is one of the most visited natural history museums in the world. 

The Louvre

Standing in the ground of the former royal palace of the same name, the Louvre Museum is the largest art museum in the world. 

BBC Virtual Tours

Interactive tours into a variety of different historical environments and time periods, focusing on British and Wartime History.

Ancient Period (3600 BC - 500 AD)

Army of the Terracotta Soldiers

It was one of the most stunning archaeological finds of the 20th century. 

Middle Ages (500 -1500)

Museo Nacional de Anthropologia

Mexico’s national museum, located in Mexico City

Modern Era (1500-present)

Smithsonian National Museum of American History

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History bills itself as the greatest single collection of U.S. history in the world, home to more than 1.8 million objects

Museum of Flight

War planes. Spy planes. Spacecraft. Gliders. Kit planes. Eccentric contraptions. This sprawling museum, adjacent to the Boeing complex.

National Women’s History Museum

For two decades, the National Women’s History Museum has been the largest online cultural institution.

Anne Frank House

Anne Frank’s diary, chronicling her life in hiding during World War II, remains one of the most powerful testimonies to the horrors of the Holocaust. 

The National Computing Museum

It seems only right that the location for the National Computing Museum is in the grounds of Bletchley Park, the centre of Allied codebreaking during World War II


Calling all space geeks: Report to the NASA site for ultimate fun in the final frontier.

National Museum of African American History and Culture






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