Curriculum-linked learning resources designed to work in the classroom.
One of a set of watercolours for engraving as illustrations to a famous epic poem called ‘The Shipwreck’, written by a seaman called William Falconer.
Students use special relativity to calculate the effects of a black hole on time. Accompanies the video 'What's inside a black hole?'
Newspaper with the Titanic disaster as the headline story, four days after the ship sank.
A film sharing the stories of survivors from the Titanic.
A pair of slippers that belonged to Edith Russell Rosenbaum (1879–1975). She wore them on board RMS Titanic. She was rescued, along with her slippers, from the ship when it sank on 15 April 1912.
A musical toy pig which belonged to Edith Russell Rosenbaum (1879–1975) who was rescued, along with her pig, from RMS Titanic when it sank in the North Atlantic on 15 April 1912.
A watch that belonged to Robert Douglas Norman, who died in the Titanic disaster on the morning of 15 April 1912.
A transformation mask collected by missionaries from Great Yarmouth who travelled all the way to British Columbia in the 1800s to record the indigenous Tlingit people’s way of life.
Learn about coordinates with a map from the collection of Pirate objects.