Engage primary and secondary students with the events of 1066 using these comprehensive resources
The Battle of Hastings, fought on 14 October 1066, is one of the most famous turning points in English history. After a battle lasting over nine hours, William of Normandy and his army defeated the English under King Harold, which allowed William to assume the throne.
To help your primary or secondary class explore the battle that changed the course of history, we’ve hand-picked a selection of resources ranging from introductory overviews to analysis of the Bayeux Tapestry. So, what are you waiting for?