Watch this video to get a general idea of the history of Spain:


Here is a wall display we did last year in 4th year to learn about the Egyptians.


Click HERE to go to some exercises about prehistoric people, the Romans, and Medieval times.

Click on the picture below to go to a page about cave drawings in France discovered by four boys.

Watch this video about the Caves of Altamira in Cantabria.

Learn about the Paleolithic Age with this video...

And this one talks about the Neolithic Age...

And the last period of Prehistory...
Prehistory videos

This link will take you to an interactive game to help you understand how to make fire, bread and weave cloth as Iron Age people did.....What are you waiting for? Click the picture to start playing!

Prehistory Projects on PhotoPeach

Prehistory Paintings on PhotoPeach

Here is a wall display the 5th years did about Prehistory. They also made some prehistoric houses.

By Lucia G

By Cristina M and Ana M

By María T

We just finished the unit about prehistory and ancient history. Look at the Celtic roundhouses we made! 

Click on the picture to go to a page to learn about the Greeks and the Olympic Games:

Go to these links to find out more about Ancient History and everyday objects...

Here we can learn about Roman mosaics:

Watch this video about a true story which took place in Numantia, Soria. Maybe you will understand why we still talk about Numantine resistance today.

We dressed up our Romans in their fighting gear - it was the same drawing but each and every one is completely different!

Here is the template so that you can print it off and do it yourself!

 We've just finished learning about Ancient History. Look at this mural we did to remind us of all that we learnt about Celts, Iberians, Romans, Greeks, Phoenicians and Carthaginians.




And here is a video to explain who the Visigoths were:

Click on the picture to open up our padlet about the Modern Age. You can contribute too with pictures, comments and writing. The only condition is that it has to be about the Modern Age. The password is columbus so what's your excuse? Get going!

The 6th years created this wall chart to represent the Modern Age which is what we've been learning about so far this term. We also coloured some mini Christopher Columbus figures to decorate our classrooms. Hope you like it!

The Catholic kings were the most important monarchs in Spanish history. Here is a video where you can find out more about them.

And here you can find five facts about Isabella the Catholic queen:

Christopher Columbus Figure

Watch these videos to find out more about Christopher Columbus:

Click on the picture to go to a page where you can find information about explorers in the past:

Miguel de Cervantes

My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun;
 Coral is far more red than her lips' red;
 If snow be white, why then her breasts are dun;
 If hairs be wires, black wires grow on her head.
 I have seen roses damask'd, red and white,
 But no such roses see I in her cheeks;
 And in some perfumes is there more delight
 Than in the breath that from my mistress reeks.
 I love to hear her speak, yet well I know
 That music hath a far more pleasing sound;
 I grant I never saw a goddess go;
 My mistress, when she walks, treads on the ground.
 And yet, by heaven, I think my love as rare
 As any she belied with false compare.

Here is a poster we did in Art for a competition about Shakespeare. You might like to read some of his plays or watch them at the theatre.

William Shakespeare died on 23rd April 1616. To honour this, UNESCO established 23 April as the International Day of the Book. However, these dates refer to different days: Spain had adopted the Gregorian calendar in 1582, but England was still using the Julian calendar. Shakespeare's death on 23 April 1616 (Julian) was equivalent to 3 May 1616 (Gregorian). This was 10 days after Miguel de Cervantes was buried and 11 days after he died.

The Tudor period is my favourite in England.
Try to do this puzzle of Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII's second wife...it's harder than you think!

provided by flash-gear.com

Why don't you watch this video about Philip II of Spain and Mary of England? In those days marriages were strategies to obtain more territories...


The next topic we're going to be looking at is History and we're going to talk about the French revolution so you can watch this powerpoint to understand it and recognize some of its main protagonists.

This is a very short explanation of the French Revolution

Here is a video with information about Napoleon when he entered Spain to pass through to Portugal.

Go to this web page to understand more about the 2nd May. It's in Spanish.

Here is a recreation of the events of the 2nd May:

Watch this very short video to get an idea of what the 2nd of May events in Madrid were like:

This short video explains the Constitution of 1812

This one tells us about Fernando VII

And this one is about Isabel II

This one explains the First Republic

Here is a video to help you understand the Industrial Revolution:

Watch this rap to get an idea of how the Industrial Revolution changed life in the 19th century.

20th century spain from castillosekel

Watch these videos to help you understand what Spain was like at the beginning of the 20th century.

Here you can see some images taken during the Spanish Civil War. Civil Wars are particularly hard because sometimes family members have to fight against each other.

This is the last part of our history mural and you can see some project work too. Hope you like it!

This video talks about World War II and memories of some people who were children at the time:

Armistice Day is on 11th November and is also known as Remembrance Day. The red poppy is a symbol to remember all the people who died in the First World War and many people in Britain wear a poppy on this day. Here is a video about what happened last year at the Tower of London (probably my favourite London monument) when it was decorated with more than 888,000 red poppies - one for each person who died during the war. It was celebrated at 11am on the 11th of November 2014 because it was the 100 year anniversary of the end of the First World War. If you would like to know more about the conditions the soldiers fought in you could read some of the poems by war poets like Rupert Brooke or Wilfred Owen. Here is part of a war sonnet by Rupert Brooke where war is glorified, and below that, a poem by Wilfrd Owen telling the hard truth about the war and its suffering.
Click on the tank to find out more information about World War One.
Why don't you watch this presentation to learn more about symbolism in Guernica?
This video with music will help you to understand Guernica.
Watch this video to see the details of this work of art more easily.
Click here to go to a game where you have to recognize the symbols in Guernica.
This video explains how the Spanish Civil War started
Watch these videos to see real footage of the Spanish Civil War and understand more about it.

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