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Did you know that there is a new online service that has been developed to deliver free expert advice and useful information on e-safety in schools?
Teaching Resources UK are giving away free membership every day of 2013! All you need to do to win is sign-up for a FREE 14 day trial to gain access to lesson plans, worksheets and school activities.
The ‘Countryside Investigators’ website is a useful teaching resource that provides thorough information on the protection, enjoyment and employment of the rural environment.
If you are looking for a great hands-on STEM activity take a look at Practical Action’s Floating Garden Challenge, designed for ages 7-19
If you could ask for one gift from Santa this year, what would it be? We think that many busy teachers would choose the gift of time. Christmas is a hectic time in schools and it can be challenging to juggle professional and personal commitments at this time of year.
With all the commercial resources it is nice to come across a website where a teacher used the building of a resource website as an actual learning opportunity for one of his former students.
STEM: Build our future contains free teaching and learning materials for students aged 14-16 from Army in Education.
Playbrighter is a game-based learning environment which contains over 20,000 curricula-based questions to get teachers started and which they can then add to if they want to, allowing them to test their students on any subject area they wish.
‘WebPlay’ is an innovative arts-education organisation with charitable status that has developed inspiring educational projects for schools that combines the creativity of drama with the boundless imagination that technology offers in order to challenge student’s to boost their aspirations, their inventiveness and their awareness of other cultures.
The Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT) is a charity whose ethics centre around offering young people straightforward, unambiguous information about cancer in a positive and supportive manner.
Ten years ago if you wanted to land a job with an international school you had only one of two choices – get yourself to an interview in London or Boston often at great expense with no guarantees of success – or interview over the phone.
Get ready for Anti-Bullying Week on 14th November with a brand new assembly from Genes Are Us!
Completely FREE to download and created in partnership with Nowgen and The Progress Educational Trust, Jeans for Genes Day have developed four new films and supporting resources to help students get to grips with the complex topics associated with genes and genetics.
Roald Dahl Day is celebrated on the 13th September to coincide with Dahl’s birthday. This may be of great interest to primary school teachers at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 as well as Key Stage 3 teachers if pupils are studying ‘The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas’.
Today marks the relaunch of the Future Morph website, a web-based resource for students, teachers and parents which aims to redefine perceptions of the careers arising from studying science and maths.
Managing Teacher Duties and Visual Literacy Resources.
Art and Design Resources for Primary and Secondary Schools
Feline Welfare Charity offering Free Resources
There are two notable websites that will be of interest to teachers.
Welcome to Word Cloud Creations: Tools for the Visual Celebration and Appreciation of Words for Primary and SecondaryThere are two great tools that can be used to create word clouds.
AGHHHHH!!!! - Embarrassing cut & paste mistakes in school reports
There are a wealth of online tools and resources to support teaching and learning in primary and secondary schools whether this is focused on independent research or collaborative working.
This week we've added two resources that ICT and Science teachers may find useful and that have the potential to save a lot of planning and preparation time!
NHS Careers is pleased to announce the winners of the 2011/12 Step into the NHS schools’ competition.
For the first time since the competition was launched, there are two national joint winners!
Pick up great KS1 and 2 science diplays, or glean top tips from other Secondary RE teachers with this weeks new listings.
‘Learn to Play Day’ Annual Event from Music for All
National Science and Engineering Week ( 9-18th March)
There are more teaching resources being added to our website every week, all free for teachers, including these great lesson plans from Orange and Handwrtiting Help for Kids.
This weeks freebies are useful for teachers of English with some great Design and Technology resources thrown in for good measure.
Excellent Planning Resources for a Wide Range of Subjects and Ages