School Visits

School Visits

To help stop the spread of Covid-19, we’re unable to accept education bookings at our sites until 13 March. We're currently taking bookings from 13 March onwards, so please get in touch to book. All visits must be booked at least 14 days in advance.

For details on our safety measures for schools and our adapted Discovery Visit workshops please see our what to expect page.

We have a wide range of resources and materials for teachers and parents looking for support with home learning. See our learning resources pages to find out more.

"Education is one of English Heritage’s key values, and we are committed to supporting learners during this difficult time, especially whilst schools are closed.  Our free educational resources can be used by both teachers and parents for remote or home lessons and are full of rich historical facts, images and fun activities that will bring history to life for pupils.  We’ve also put together top tips and guidance for parents and guardians who are helping their children learn from home.  We hope that through our resources we can share our love of history and learning with you, and that we’ll soon be able to welcome you back to our incredible sites that have shaped England’s story."

Dr Dominique Bouchard, Head of Learning and Interpretation

Free self-led Visits

Lead your visit in your own way for free. We offer free entry to pre-booked schools and other learning groups at any of the 400+ historic places in our care.

We’re taking bookings for education visits from 13 February – 1 July 2021, so please get in touch to book. All visits must be booked at least 14 days in advance.

For further details on our safety measures for schools and our adapted Discovery Visit workshops please see our what to expect on your education visit page. 

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Teaching Resources

Browse our wide range of learning resources and materials. Our resources have been designed to meet the needs of the curriculum, and are ideal for teachers and parents looking for support with home learning.  You can find our top resources curated by theme, and see a full list of all available resources. 

Find a teaching resource

Teaching history

History is an incredibly valuable subject to learn. It builds enquiry skills, fuels the imagination and helps children feel a sense of self in a wider context. 

But with thousands of years to cover, it can be hard to know where to start. We have gathered together advice, hints and tips from teachers, education experts and historians to support your teaching of the past.

 

Teaching history

Book A School Visit

  • Online Booking Form

    Make a booking enquiry by using our Online Booking Form. Please be aware that it may take us a little longer than usual to come back to you as we continue to review and update our offer.

  • By Email

    To follow up your booking enquiry, please email our Education Booking Team at bookeducation@english-heritage.org.uk

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