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Teaching Resources

Classroom Teaching Resources

Resources relevant to the whole of Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site are here:

UNESCO World Heritage: Our Heritage in Young Hands promotes discussion and listening to others, resulting in reaffirmation of identity, whilst promoting mutual respect and respect for diversity.

Campaign! – Make an Impact Adaptation of the British Library’s initiative that uses history to inspire young people into active citizenship

Wallface: Portraits of Antiquarians KS3 Art and Design

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The Eagles Have Landed the Roman Invasion of Britain as an exploration into identity and image, power and resistance, regime change and the impact upon one culture when it is subjugated by another, in both an historical context and more recent human history.


Please visit individual sites websites for their own downloadable resources:



Great North Museum: Hancock


Vindolanda and the Roman Army Museum

Northumberland National Park

Tullie House


Images and information can also be found here:

Hadrian’s Wall and its legacy on Tyneside

Geographical online atlas of Hadrian’s Wall

Creative Commons licensed images of Hadrian’s Wall

Preparing for your visit

Students and teaching staff alike get more out of site visits if they’re well prepared. Visit each site’s learning pages to discover what resources you can use to get the best from your visit.

Useful information for planning:

Download: Travel times & distances between sites (pdf)

Download: I-Spy sheet for KS2 and KS3 (pdf)

Hadrian’s Wall Learning videos

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