What people say
Kay Webb Brockworth Primary Academy The difference with the 60 seconds film is that they give a quick summary and provide a lot of room for question and discussion. The support notes and lesson ideas have been useful and they give excellent ideas about differentiation in the classroom and guidance on assessment, which saves me a lot of time, not having do it myself.
Julia Hatfield Ripley Court School When Kevin spoke I have never experienced anything like it. He held the room. I can remember it so vividly and on numerous occasions I have done a very poor re enactment of it to colleagues.
Lisa Pool Shapwick School The range of topic clips is fantastic and there is nearly always a clip to fit with what a teacher may be looking for.
Julia Hatfield Ripley Court School The films guarantee instant engagement and enjoyment and stimulate pupil led questions. I never cease to be amazed how much information is given in such a short time without feeling that one is being taught.
Max Perrin Reaside Academy 60 second histories films impact hugely on writing and allow children to better "put themselves in the shoes of..." various historical figures.
Lee Davis Lyndon Green Junior School The key words and summary points help support children in their retention of information and long-term understanding. I highly recommend 60secondhistories!
Kate Jones History teacher & blogger Squaducation is a must website for all History teachers!
Kay Webb Brockworth Primary Academy The films are child friendly, with appropriate language and visual images, they are short and snappy and give precise information for the children to retain.
Jon Holmes Foremarke Hall 60SecondHistories is a fantastic, inspiring & ready-made resource for busy Prep. school teachers.