DVDs are available to support your themes and broaden your pupils’ learning opportunities.
Horrible Histories I
An animated children's television series based on the Terry Deary book series of the same name.
A cunning mouse goes for a walk in the forest, and outwits a succession of predators.
Victorian Farm historical observational documentary series following a team who live the life of Victorian Farmers for a year.
Living with the Tudors
After four years of participation as costumed historical re-enactors, Karen Guthrie & Nina Pope were given unprecedented access with their cameras to the UK's oldest and largest historical re-enactment at Kentwell Hall in rural Suffolk.
The gruffalo's child
A little Gruffalo ignores her father's warnings and tiptoes out into the snow in search of the Big Bad Mouse.
Victorian Farm Xmas
Victorian Farm Christmas looks into the lives of 19th century farmers and shows you how to make traditional gifts, food, games and decorations.
Documentary that aims to give viewers an understanding of life in a rainforest. Rainforests are home to an array of plants, insects and animals that flourish in the hot and wet conditions; the documentary plunges into the heart of the tropical forests to bring to life the creatures and plants that lurk within.
The kings and queens of england
The Tudors 1485-1603. Re-enactments and in-depth expert analysis of the Tudor period.
Vikings: Warriors from the Sea
Who were the real Vikings', what were they really like' The legend of the Vikings is brought to life in a dramatic and gripping program set in the tenth century and based around the island of Karmoy off the western coast of Norway - home of the first Kings. DVD chapters include: Viking Language and the Sklds Viking Runic Grave markings and Burial Customs Viking Long ships Viking Weapons.