Curriculum-linked learning resources designed to work in the classroom.
William explains that the crew of the Daedalus bought fish, plantains, coconuts and breadfruit with metal nails and pieces of iron hoop.
This is a painting of the island of Raiatea in the western part of the Society Islands (now French Polynesia). This is where Omai grew up. Omai was the first Pacific islander to travel to Britain.
A figurehead believed to come from a wreck in Cornwall, though nothing definite is known of its origins.
Pictures of Anne Bonny and Mary Read two women pirates of the Caribbean in 1719–20.
Students use Kepler's 3rd law to calculate the mass of the supermassive black hole in the core of the Milky Way. Accompanies the video 'What's inside a black hole?'
First impressions play an important part in how customers feel about their visit.
Flowchart showing how customer comments are processed
Information for teachers delivering GCSE, BTEC, AVCE and Applied A-level courses in leisure and recreation, travel and tourism and business studies.
A classroom activity in which students learn about the effects of balanced and unbalanced forces and how they are considered when designing a space probe to land safely on another planet or moon. Accompanies the video ‘Newton’s Laws of Motion’.
A selection of historical sources that can be downloaded, printed or viewed online.