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Victorian Websites

 

Channel 4 - Victorian Children website

Discover what it was like for children living in Britain in Victorian times.

BBC - History BBC Victorian Britain History Trail
Children in Victorian Britain BBC Schools - Children in Victorian Britain
DynaMo's History BBC - Dynamo's History

Help Josie and Gleep spot the differences when they visit a Victorian house.

Stamp Innovations Learning

Find out about Victorian inventions

Picture of Queen Victoria Biography of Queen Victoria from

The Official Website of the British Monarchy

Spartacus - Schoolnet

Child Labour - Life in the factory, factory reformers, supporters of child labour, factory workers etc.

Hidden Lives Revealed. A virtual archive - children in care 1882 - 1918 Hidden Lives Revealed

Hidden Lives Revealed provides an intriguing encounter with children who were in the care of The Children's Society in late Victorian and early 20th Century Britain.  Contains photographs, case files and online games.

Queen Victoria Primary pupils can find out about the squalid world of the real Artful Dodgers of the time - and much more - through the Victorian Voices project, which includes online archive material and a short story competition.
   
Other Victorian websites you might like to visit