For Secondary

Digimap for Schools and our free learning resources offer a fabulous cross-curricula resource that can be used across a range of activities and disciplines to engage pupils and make learning fun.

  • Involve students in understanding their local environment and community

  • Encourage effective Information and Communication Technology (ICT) teaching and learning

  • Make comparisons between different parts of the country and seek to explain

  • Use your own data, visualise and interpret

  • What you get:

    • All of the Ordnance Survey maps of Great Britain - from street level to national
    • Includes global digital maps from small (1:10M) through to large-scale (1:1250)
    • The authoritative Collins Bartholomew World Panorama reference map
    • Aerial Mapping of the whole of Great Britain
    • Historical Maps of Great Britain
      • 1890’s maps of GB (Victorian era mapping)
      • 1950’s Post Second world war mapping
  • The ability to annotate your maps with photo’s, text boxes, labels etc

  • Ability to print maps at A3 and A4

  • Measurement tools to provide areal and linear measurements

  • A completely cloud-based solution - other than a web browser no need for software installation or maintenance

  • A very user friendly interface designed specifically for Primary and Secondary school usage

  • A single login for the whole school (no confusion over logging in with individual passwords)

  • A dynamic and engaging tool that can be utilised across the curriculum (check out our learning resources).

  • An excellent tool for the planning and delivery of Fieldwork, or NEA for GCSE and A-Level.

  • Can be used with the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme (DofE)

  • An ideal means for supporting early development of digital and spatial literacy skills

Images of maps

Digimap for Schools is a vital tool for geographical study, we use all three mapping tools; OS Mapping, Historical Mapping and Aerial Mapping with all ages from 11 to 17 year olds and they find using the service intuitive.

Kimberly Briscoe, Geography Teacher and GIS Coordinator, Abingdon School.