The following are a series of links that specifically relating to the Junior Cycle Classical Studies topic - A Roman City: Pompeii.
Tour the Ruins of Pompeii
An interactive flash map with hotspots of selected images with commentary, accessible for weaker learners.
Pompeii - Ariel Views
Series of images looking at the Forum of Pompeii and amphitheatre
Series of high res images of the Villa of Mysteries in Pompeii
How Stuff Works - Ancient Rome and Pompeii
Series of videos from Howstuffworks.com on introduction to Ancient Rome & eruption at Pompeii
Vesucius, Pompeii and Herculaneum
A webpage on the eruption at Vesuvius which explains the effects on the town.
In Old Pompeii - Lesson Plans
A US site with links and lesson plans for similar age groups on the topic of Old Pompeii.
Discovery Channel - Pompeii
A series of videos from Discovery channel on the effects of the eruption. Some videos look at eruptions from a scientific point of view which could be useful in a cross curricular project. (Contains commercial advertising.)
Herculaneum - Panoramas
A series of panoramas on Herculaneum which require a Quick Time plugin.
Pompeii Archaelogical Research Project
A series of three videos looking at the excavations at Pompeii from the American Institute of Roman culture. (YouTube videos may not be accessible in school.)
Pompeii in Pictures
Comprehensive site with pictures of the mail locations suitable for those low bandwidth connections
Notes for Teachers and Students
A site with varied resources on Pompeii from the University of Virginia aimed at teachers and students.
The Destruction of Pompeii
Well regarded site has a eyewitness account from Pliny who viewed the eruption from his villa nearby. (Contains commercial advertising.)
Plaster Casts from the Eruption of Vesuvius
Photographs of the plastercasts of the victims of the eruption.
This site is an online resource for all things Pompeian
Pompeii Art and Architecture Gallery
Browse this site for the surviving art and architecture of the city - which provides fascinating evidence of how life was lived in ancient Roman days.