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Welcome teachers to a Learn section designed just for you. Search our Teaching Resources by key stage and topic below, or use the Teaching Toolbox for practical help with the new Digital Competence Framework

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Mapping the Model case study

Mapping the Model was an Arts Council of Wales Lead Creative Schools Project, that took place in Model Church in Wales School, Carmarthen, in the Spring Term of 2018. The project was a collaboration between artist Rowan O’Neill and the Year 4 Creative Group, and was designed in response to the brief prepared by the school: Can an exploration of deep mapping, via Welsh poetry and drama, improve confidence and oracy skills and enhance creative thinking for pupils in Year 4?The challenge of this project was to find different ways of mapping links between the school and the town of Carmarthen, including geography, history and legend. The result was an investigative project around the concept of mapping, that used People’s Collection Wales to digitally publish and record the diverse work created. Key Stage 2History, Geography, Literacy skills, Numeracy skills, Digital Competence Framework Case StudySee how other schools have used our website to give you ideas for your own digital projects.

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What was school like in Roman times? case study

Kids in Museums Takeover Day at National Roman Legion Museum.Students from Lodge Hill Primary School came to the National Roman Legion Museum in Caerleon as part of the Kids in Museums Takeover Day, 2017. They took over to tell the story of what school was like in Roman times when girls were not allowed to attend school. They wrote, scripted and filmed this video. Key Stage 2History, Digital Competence Framework, Computing, Literacy skills Case StudySee how other schools have used our website to give you ideas for your own digital projects. 

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Life of a Roman Soldier case study

This movie was filmed by pupils from St Woolos Primary School, Newport, at National Roman Legion Museum, Caerleon. As part of Kids in Museums Take Over Day in November 2015 pupils from St Woolos were given a tour of the Museum including a special visit to the 'behind the scenes' collection area. Here the children saw and held Roman objects that are rarely seen by the public, some of them only recently found at the site. Using what they had learnt as inspiration the pupils then wrote, filmed and starred in this fantastic re-enactment of the life of a Roman soldier, living and training in the Roman barracks at Isca (now Caerleon) nearly 2000 years ago. Key Stage 2History, Digital Competence Framework, Computing, Literacy skills Case StudySee how other schools have used our website to give you ideas for your own digital projects. 

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Lesson 3: Publishing your own content with...

Publish a collection on People’s Collection Wales with good metadata and correct copyright information Key Stage 2Digital Competence FrameworkCitizenship: 1.1 Identity, image and reputation; 1.3 Digital rights, licensing and ownershipInteracting and collaborating: 2.2 Collaboration, 2.3 Storing and sharingProducing: 3.2 Creating; 3.3 Evaluating and improving Lesson PlanThis is a complete lesson plan. Follow it exactly or select parts of it to make you own lessons. It is part of a set of six lessons called Copyright and metadata made easy.

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Lesson 2: Metadata – Looking for a needle in a...

Learn what metadata is and why we need it. Key Stage 2Digital Competence Framework.Citizenship: 1.1 Identity, image and reputation Lesson PlanThis is a complete lesson plan. Follow it exactly or select parts of it to make you own lessons. It is part of a set of six lessons called Copyright and metadata made easy.

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Lesson 1: Copyright – know your digital rights

Learn how copyright law protects all creative work and stops others from using it without the creator's permission. Key Stage 2Digital Competence Framework.Citizenship: 1.3 Digital rights, licensing and ownership Lesson PlanThis is a complete lesson plan. Follow it exactly or select parts of it to make you own lessons. It is part of a set of six lessons called Copyright and metadata made easy.

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John Piper Project: Ysgol Bodedern

Artwork by Ysgol Bodedern inspired by the work of John Piper.

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John Piper Workshop

This page links images of class work done by Ysgol Foel Gron and Ysgol Llanbedrog, and links to the works by John Piper that inspired them.

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'War's Hell!' - The Battle of...

Art inspired by the battle of Mametz Wood. This pack contains a resource with tasks based on the artwork, along with information about the works. There are also links to collections of items relevant to Mametz Wood on our website.

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Io Saturnalia! case study

The history of Saturnalia, the Roman mid-winter festival. The video in this teaching pack was created by Somerton Primary School as part of Kids in Museums Takeover Day 2016. You can find a link to the video below, as well as a link to a collection of objects selected by the School on their visit and a story to find out a little more about the Roman mid-winter festival of Saturnalia.The attached resources can help you create your own videos. They include a template storyboard, and some example scenes and lines that were used for creating the Saturnalia video. Key Stage 2History, Digital Competence Framework, Computing, Literacy skills Case StudySee how other schools have used our website to give you ideas for your own digital projects.  

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Life on the Western Front

Interactive iBook about life on the Western Front during the First World War. Follow the links to images found in the book from the National Library and National Museum Wales' collections, and objects from the Museum's collection.