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Digimap for Schools

Bring geography to life with this great interactive tool for primary and secondary school children.

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Digimap for Schools offers you unlimited site-centred maps. Bring your maps to life with annotation tools that let you make the map your own. You can add features such as polygons, text labels, photos and point markers, plus much more.

Buy an entire school use license for just £69 - £143.75. To subscribe, visit the EDINA website.

What is Digimap for Schools?

Find out what the service can offer you, whether you are a teacher or a pupil.

Find out more about Digimap for Schools

Go straight to Digimap for Schools on the EDINA website

Try it for free

You can evaluate the content of Digimap for Schools, by using a free trial. The trial area is of Derby and enables you to zoom, annotate and print maps.

Access the free trial of Digimap


MapStream provides access to a single stack of up-to-date Ordnance Survey digital mapping for the whole of Great Britain for streaming direct into your GIS package.

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Discover more about how the tool itself works and get a free trial. Join the community of 2,400+ schools using it across Britain.

Gold award winning Digimap for Schools provides easy access to a huge range of Ordnance Survey’s maps for the whole of Great Britain. Schools now have access to the whole of OS MasterMap, the most detailed mapping available.

If you're a student or you work at a further education (FE) institution, make the most of Digimap for Colleges, a free online mapping tool.

Our digital mapping data is available to Higher and Further Education institutions via the Digimap.

We offer a variety of teaching resources for geography lessons at primary and secondary level. These range from election mapping to investigating gradients.

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