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Founded: 2012
Country: United Kingdom 
Description

60 Second Histories

60 Second Histories is a fun online resource that supports history both in the classroom and at home
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An award-winning immersive audio resource that engages primary school children in the curriculum through sound, story and movement.
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Educational Impact

60 Second Histories

build student knowledge94%
improve teaching efficiency88%
save school money69%
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build student knowledge95%
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improve attainment80%
Improves Behaviour / Wellbeing80%
reduce teacher workload80%
improve school processes64%
 
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Most Helpful Reviews

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Carol Stobbs, Head of EBACC: I love the format, the online classrooms where I can set specific videos for classes. The support from Julie and Kevin and the resources give it the extra dimension. They are always happy to help.
Nigel Siddall, Director of Humanities: A brilliant service - both informative and dramatic. An excellent complement to any history teaching
Lyndon McErlaine, Head of History: I find the range of characters to be vast, and I can always find an example for what I am teaching about. My students respond well to Kevin’s style of delivery. It provides a genuine spark.
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Alexia Fox, Deputy Head: I have already shared this with other schools.
Fleur, Class Teacher and Computing Lead: Children love this resources and it encourages great discussions
Jo Ingle, Class teacher: The children enjoy the experiences and they link to our curriculum. The resources are easy to use and they are extremely durable.
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Subjects

60 Second Histories

#17 in History
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Age Range

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8-10, 11-13, 14-16 

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5-7, 8-10 
Features

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Accessibility

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Policies

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Privacy Policy
GDPR
Terms of Service
 

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Requirements

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Internet access is required together with the ability to play Vimeo video on the school's network
 

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Very low-fi, they just need to turn the device on and hit play

 
Training

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60 Second Histories isn't a difficult site to navigate, but an online tour is available for users as well as video walkthroughs.
 

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In Person
Live Online
Webinars
Documentation
Videos

1 hours staff training, set up guide pdf, support to map experiences into school curriculum

 
Set Up

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Support

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24/7 Live Rep
Phone Support
Email/Help Desk
FAQs/Forum
Knowledge Base
 

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24/7 Live Rep
Phone Support
Email/Help Desk
FAQs/Forum
Knowledge Base
 
Home Learning

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Not available To parents
 

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Not available To parents
 
Pricing

60 Second Histories

Choose from 3 pricing options: a whole-school license @ £115 a single teacher license @ £35 or a homeschool/parent license @ £25

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Free Version
Freemium
Free Trial
Paid Subscription
One-Off Fee
Hourly Rate

Annual pricing - school size

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