Teaching Resources   Our Partners and Further Resources

This website is the product of sustained collaboration between a number of individuals and organisations working in education. Several of the groups who partnered with us on this project provide their own guides and resources for teaching migration in schools. These include:

England’s Immigrants provides a range of podcasts, classroom activities, and a fully searchable database containing over 64,000 names of people known to have migrated to England during the period of the Hundred Years’ War and the Black Death, the Wars of the Roses and the Reformation.

The Historical Association offers rich guidance on all aspects of history teaching across the curriculum, Key Stages and levels of education, as well as range of links and other resources.

Justice to History specialise in unfamiliar hidden histories, which have included a number of enquiries in Black History, Muslim History, and English Medieval History.

The Migration Museum Project (MMP) works to increase knowledge and understanding about the role that migration has played in Britain. They are currently running a competition that invites teams of pupils to focus on a migration topic and enter exhibition plans for how it could be displayed in a national museum. They also have a comprehensive resource bank.

Never Such Innocence are working to commemorate and celebrate the centenary of the First World War by inviting young people to contribute to a competition to mark the event and the sacrifices of the many people, from across the world, who aided Britain’s war effort.