THEMATIC ARCHIVES TO SUPPORT ACADEMIA IN SECONDARY EDUCATION
Our maps can tell a story in a single image, aiding student learning with visual representations of historical events
01Affordable subscriptions for secondary schools
We understand that budgets are tight and as such we subsidise primary and secondary education subscriptions with the subscriptions from Universities and other higher education institutions
ONLY £25 +VAT Per Department PCM
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02An incredibly versatile teaching aid
Our thematic maps will become an incredibly versatile asset in your lessons. Your students will be given unlimited access to the archive, allowing you to encourage their engagement.
- Print maps for use in handouts
- Use in presentations
- Annotate on interactive whiteboards
- 150 word summary with all maps
- High resolution map downloads
- Generous download limits
- Access to thousands of maps
03About us & our product offering
Roam freely through world history, visiting the frontier of Britain’s colonies in North America, the hard-fought Battle of Trafalgar, the heartland of the Industrial Revolution and the great cities of the Ancient World, all laid out in an easily accessible cartographic format, with concise accompanying texts.
Our collection of historical maps covers a range of academic disciplines – from history, politics and international relations to religion, classics and cultural studies. Our guiding principle is to present maps that will provide answers to the fundamental questions – ‘where?’ and ‘when?’ that will stimulate both inquisitive and informed minds.
04Plans for secondary schools
We’ve created collections of maps covering every historical & religious topic of learning for Key Stage 1 through to Key Stage 5; encompassing the entire scope of the relevant areas in the National Curriculum.
Key Stage 3 & 4
- WW1 / WW2
- Post WW1 / WW2
- British History
- Roman Britain
- Ancient Greece
- The Roman Empire
- The Tudor Period
- The Stuart Period
- The Hanoverian Period
- The Victorian Period
- The Americans
05A Visual learning aid
Fleming's VAK/VARK model is a visual learning style which over 65% of students are shown to thrive upon. Our maps directly cater to students with visual learning inclinations, alongside supporting your core lesson objectives.