The Covid-19 pandemic and how we can help parents homeschooling their children

By Louise Quick
06 April 20

Families adjusting to teaching and learning at home amid the Covid-19 lockdown can now access all our BAFTA award-winning educational resources for just £20 (US$25).

It goes without saying that the Covid-19 pandemic, and subsequent lockdown, has come as a great shock to everyone. Among all the adjustments we’re all having to make, many parents and guardians are having to face the task of homeschooling their children. 

The History Bombs team knows that homeschooling is daunting and, so, we have launched a special membership for History Bombs Classroom. This membership gives you access to all our BAFTA award-winning educational resources for just £20 (US$25).

The membership lasts for the rest of the academic year, expiring on 31 July 2020, meaning that, if you sign up now, you’ll be paying approximately £5 (US$6.25) per month.

Teachers and homeschoolers are usually required to register for an annual membership, costing £60 (US$75). While that package remains available, we have created this special membership to ensure that all our Key Stage 3 and GCSE resources are even more affordable.

This way, parents, guardians, and teachers who are now facing the challenge of teaching from home or teaching remotely have more options open to them. Plus, children can continue to learn during this difficult time.

The educational resources on History Bombs Classroom contain original videos, activities, and quizzes, covering seven key historical topics, including World War One and World War Two – find out more on our Video Library page.

The membership also includes full teachers’ notes and answer banks. The resources are designed especially for teachers and homeschoolers, and have been created with educational experts for students aged 10-16, studying Key Stage 3 and GCSE.

Don’t forget that our series of classic ‘In One Take’ history videos are freely available to watch on our YouTube channel. The channel has clocked more than 13.5 million views – and counting – and features videos on World War One, World War Two, and the Cold War.

Find out more about our special membership on our Join Now page and more about how History Bombs Classroom works here

Stay safe!

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