Let's take a fresh look at the Olympic Games. Our radio play, Making Waves, has two strands: the story of a fictional Paralympic swimmer training hard...
Fish and chips are one of the national dishes of the UK. During WWII they were not rationed and helped keep up morale on the home front. Learn more about this classic food.
Use our short radio play and visual resources to set the scene and whet children’s appetite to find out more about the explorer Captain James Cook.
These edited extracts are a challenging read and make for pretty grim reading but they could be tackled by older children with adult support.
Place names can reveal secrets about a place and help spark children’s imaginations too. Could these be a clue to a new ‘legend’?
Our podcast for the Snow topic sees the wife of Captain Scott being interviewed and gives a taste of what it would have been like back in Great Britain while Captain Scott and his team were adventuring in the South Pole.
Hear a slightly longer version of Captain Scott's wife being interviewed. This gives a taste of what it would have been like back in Great Britain while Captain Scott and his team were adventuring in the South Pole.