Schools resources

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You can now enjoy our award-winning learning activities at home! Explore our resources that have been designed to support at home learning for schools.

Voices from the past - Pupils' resource for remote learning

This supports KS2 children to understand more about the past by introducing the history of Fulham Palace.

This free resource:
• develops understanding of a chronologically secure knowledge of British local history;
• enables pupils to become more skilled in noticing similarity and difference;
• is for children learning at home;
• lasts 16 mins;
• is easy to use as the images and videos play automatically;
• includes an activity which asks the children to write or record their response;
• covers National Curriculum links for Stone age, Romans, Tudor and Victorian times.

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Voices from the past - Teacher taught resource for remote or classroom learning

These materials are very similar to the pupils resource, enabling the teacher to lead a session from the information provided. The response activity – the creation of a soundscape of voices – is different to the written or recorded work outlined in the pupils’ resource.

This free resource:
• develops understanding of a chronologically secure knowledge of British local history;
• enables pupils to become more skilled in noticing similarity and difference;
• is for both children in the classroom and at home;
• is for KS2 and lasts around 45 mins;
• is a teacher taught power point;
• has full teacher presentation notes;
• is easy to use giving teachers the opportunity to respond to children’s ideas and questions;
• has a suggested voices soundscape activity which is an unusual and creative response to the historical materials;
• covers national curriculum links for Stone Age, Romans, Tudor and Victorian periods.

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Romans loans box

This is a box containing authentic and replica Roman objects for children to handle. It enables pupils to learn about the Roman villa that was located on the Fulham Palace site.

This resource:
• fully supports the National Curriculum objectives of understanding a local historical site and its significance locally and internationally
• provides three activities ensuring in depth study of Romans located at Fulham Palace
• allows children to handle real Roman objects, raise questions and connect with the Roman world
• develops historical investigative skills to raise and answer questions about Roman diets and shopping habits.
• enables children to become more familiar with local, national and international trading patterns with Fulham
• contains full teacher information notes on the objects and activities

The loans box is a pilot scheme and, due to the generosity of funders, is currently free of charge, subject to availability.

To book the loans box complete our loans box booking form.

Maths trail - KS1 and KS2

Follow our free maths trail around the Fulham Palace garden.

Download the trail and guidelines for teachers:

KS1 trail
KS2 trail

Literacy trail - KS2

Follow our free literacy trail around the Fulham Palace garden.

Download the trail and guidelines for teachers: