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A Teacher's Guide to Maths and the Historic Environment

This resource provides inspiration for teachers planning to teach mathematics in an historical context. Students are required to solve problems, use mathematical processes and communicate mathematics in a real-life context. The resource consists of the following seven sections.

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This item is one of over 25,000 physical resources available from the Resources Collection. The Archive Collection covers over 50 years of curriculum development in the STEM subjects. The Contemporary Collection includes all the latest publications from UK educational publishers.

Feeding Stonehenge

Feeding Stonehenge (Primary Resources)

This resource provides six activities to teach science at primary level, whilst also learning about the Stone Age. The activities have been created using evidence from scientists and archaeologists working at sites close to Stonehenge, so are a great way of showing how scientific skills and knowledge can be used to...

Festivals, Feasting and Animals at Stonehenge

This resource supports the teaching of instrumental analysis, including gas chromatography - mass spectrometry  (GS-MS) time of flight mass spectrometry, using the context of archaeology. This is done by relating the use of solvents, chromatography and mass spectrometry techniques to discoveries from the study of...

Making Stone Age Cheese

These resources use the context of feasting at Stonehenge to consider aspects of food processing, food allergies and intolerance.  There are opportunities for students to:

  • make and test their own cottage cheese
  • to consider the effect of processing on lactose content of foods
  • to...

This is one of a series for teachers which aims to show how historical resources can be used as a basis of study in specific areas of work across a range of curriculum subjects. Each book contains practical exercises and ideas to aid understanding for groups at different levels. Exploring the links between history...

The Science of Making Stone Age Cheese

Using the context of archaeological science, students investigate the food and diet of the people of Stonehenge and the nearby settlement of Durrington Walls, 4500 years ago. There are opportunities for students to test rates of reactions between milk and acids or enzymes used in cheese making, to consider the...

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