David Olusoga, "Slave trader’s home, slum, des res: the stories of one house raise restless ghosts," The Guardian (30 December 2017). Studying the past of one terraced Liverpool home for BBC2’s 'A House Through Time' has brought Britain’s real history to life. The extremes of Liverpool’s story are reflected in the lives of the occupants of 62 Falkner Street (b. 1840s). They span the social spectrum, from the well-to-do Victorian gentlemen to the families who huddled together in single rooms…
Maritime Albert Dock on Liverpool waterfront with the Three Graces historic buildings. The Liverpool world heritage site. Port of Liverpool building, the Cunard Building and the Liver building. A historic ship moored. Mist rising from the water.
The southwestern castle city of Cesky Krumlov is one of the Czech Republic’s finest mediaeval sites. Its Old Town is a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site, a maze of twisting alleys built around the extensive Cesky Krumlov castle.
How classrooms look around the world — in 15 amazing photographs It's so important for our students to see the reality of lives for those different with them to help teach empathy over more perverse radical ideas.