History Resource Cupboard has been set up by an obsessive history teacher with the help of a group of expert history teaching colleagues. After years of honing our skills in the classroom, our shared passion is teaching outstanding history for all.
Download our outstanding lessons containing easy to use presentations. All lessons are fully resourced and supported by step by step guidance. The full range of lessons has been tried and tested in genuine classroom conditions.
Teaching 9-1 GCSE History
Learn the latest teaching techniques and skills in the latest of our popular our face-to-face courses. Book your place now for Planning and Teaching 2016 GCSE History. Plan the course and teach it well to make the content stick and to maximise impact.
A visit by our team will allow you to develop high quality, bespoke professional history teaching. We can offer keynote addresses, one-two-one sessions and staff workshops. Reduce the stress and get exactly what you want!
The best value way to access our downloadable history lessons and resources – including new specially-written lessons for 2016 GCSE. Plus access to our full range of articles and features to take your classroom teaching to a new level.
Hints, tips and advice as well as tried-and-tested lesson and scheme of work ideas to help enliven your history teaching. Our years of experience in the classroom will point you towards new and exciting teaching strategies.
The enquiry approach engages & inspires all. The large range of resources available through full membership has been invaluable in my planning.Diane McGarry – The Bourne Community College, West Sussex
Brilliant & engaging resources. The variety of learning approaches is superb with my mixed ability classes.Rebecca Salt – The Royal School, Surrey
Engaging, well-resourced and most importantly thought provoking for students. Membership is great value.Dave Baugh – Wardle Academy, Rochdale
Invaluable resource that will save you hundreds of hours planning whether you are new or experienced. Best money we have spent.Alan Chan – Palmer Catholic Academy, Essex