Password and username available for both of the following from the library or your teacher.
The department has an institutional subscription to History Today. If you are unsure of the user name and password, ask your teacher.
Philip Allan Resources
Another good resources is Philip Allan Resources aimed very much at sixth-form students.
In addition to the above, JSTOR can be accessed through the School intranet and is extremely useful for finding articles – especially if you know what you are looking for.
Check out the superb Crash Course World History from the Khan Academy, taught by the writer John Green (author of ‘The Fault in Our Stars’).
Also worth visiting is HistoryOnTheNet.com, though this is of more use to A level/Pre-U students.
A useful blog is Intriguing history which covers all sorts of areas of specific interest to students and staff alike: ‘Intriguing History is a free to use project that is experimenting with mapping and connecting historical information across a wide range of British Historical Themes of particular interest to family, local and social historians.’
BBC BITESIZE is an excellent resource IGCE.
John D. Clare is really helpful for several of the units we study at IGCSE – especially International Relations Between the Wars; Germany 1919-39 and the Cold War.
Mr Allsop History is useful for teachers and for students. There are loads of good revision podcasts tailored specifically for the IGCSE on this site.
Macro History. This site is very useful for IGCSE and beyond.
GCSEHistory.org.uk. Useful for some topics on the ICGSE curriculum.
A level, historical inquiry, personal investigation
Best History Websites
Reviews in History, covering books and digital resources across all fields of history
British History Online
European History Research Guide
European History Topics
German History Society
French History Online
French Revolution Archive
French Revolution Primary Sources
History and Policy
History Off the Shelf
Imperial War Museum
The Institute of Historical Research
The National Archives
The Radio 4 In Our Time Archive
Second Guerre Mondiale
Welcome to 1789
Association for Historical Dialogue and Research
Cambridge University Virtual Classroom