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In this topic the children learn about life in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age, a period covering a million years of history. As well as understanding the chronology of this fascinating time, children will learn about the food, religion, homes, technology and art and how each of these areas developed and changed over time and how amazing developments occurred from the Stone Age to the Iron Age.

Life in the New Stone Age | The Story of Britain | BBC Teach

Suitable for teaching 7-11s. An introduction to the changing way of life in Neolithic Britain through the eyes of a family, exploring their transition from hunter-gatherers to farmers. Part two of an 11 part historical animated series, The Story of Britain.

Stone Age to Iron Age

Ancient Egypt

In this unit we will get an overview of the Ancient Egyptian civilisation, focussing on the period between the time of the first pharaoh around 3100 BC to the Roman invasion in 31 BC, when Egypt became part of the Roman Empire. Across the unit, pupils will look at the impact of notable people and events as well as broader themes of significance, achievements, chronology and legacy.

Ancient Egypt: Society and culture | History | BBC Teach

For teachers' notes and more: This video gives pupils an understanding of the society and culture of Ancient Egypt and helps them to understand some of the achievements of this ancient civilisation. The video begins with a deben - a weight the Ancient Egyptians used to ensure fair and comparable trade of goods.