How well do your students know their brains? New Big Picture Debates the Brain App – a free resource for classroom use.
Watch hundreds of in-depth HD GCSE revision videos led by real GCSE tutors, each with Test & Learn questions. They’re fun, easy to follow and designed to complement classroom learning.
Generation Green is British Gas’ education programme; teaching children about sustainability, inspiring a nation of energy innovators and providing energy makeovers for schools across Britain
Everything your students need to know about Apprenticeships... what to choose, how to apply, where to study, and much, much more. In print, online and on your mobile.
E-safety Support. It is a comprehensive suite of resources developed to help schools to meet Ofsted requirements by delivering a clear strategy that promotes shared (teachers, pupils, parents etc) responsibility for e- safety.
Providing innovative curriculum-linked free teaching resources for secondary Science, Geography & Business Studies at Key Stages 3 and 4.
Providing free teaching resources for primary Science at Key Stages 1 and 2.
Learn about nutritious school meals and global hunger with the story of a Kenyan school girl named Molly, who can stay in education thanks to the meals she receives at school.
Work one/two weeks as a Ski Rep during the February and Easter holidays, taking British school groups to European ski resorts. Previous experience of working with young people in a residential environmennt is essential.
Asthma UK provide free education resources which help teachers educate children about asthma. They provide a range of information and support for people with asthma, their families, and professionals.
Future Morph website relaunched to highlight career opportunities from science and maths
ACT - the professional association for those involved in citizenship education
100 Percent me has a range of information that talks about athletes, sport and substance use for P.E. and Science subjects.
About.com explains how to write letters for different people and purposes in French which helps with MFL KS4.
A&C Black helps support teachers when teaching musical instruments and musical tunes.
ACIDplanet.com offers a Music Creation and Mizing software for KS3 and KS4 Music classes.
Download free lesson ideas, people’s stories and images to promote global learning
A cooking site that targets KS2 Design & Technology that encourages healthy eating and cooking within schools.
Adobe provides lesson plans that incorporate the use of ICT within a range of core subjects.
A music site that provides detailed explanations of African music and their culture.
An algebra based site that contains lessons, worksheets and more to help teachers and their students.
Free teaching tool from Alice to display stories, games and videos.
A fun language-learning site that is aimed at children aged 11–14 who study MFL.
The Amnesty site can be used in Secondary School Citizenship classes as it provides information on human rights.
Animal Aid a site that can be used in Citizenship and PHSE classes as it provides videos and DVD on animals and their treatment.
A history site that provides a pack on enslavement and references to other useful texts.
An Art & Design site on Antony Gormley that contains multiple resources on the subject.
This music site provides a free program called ‘Anvil Studio’ that allows a person to record, compose, sequence and play music.
Art Attack is a fun site that allows teachers to provide fun, artistic tasks and opportunities for their students.
Artisan Cam can be used in an Art & Design lesson as is contains workshop clips on how to create a number of different objects.
A secondary school Art site containing a painting package that can be used on different formats.
The Artsmark site that provides the opportunity for schools to be recognised through their Art & Design and other creative subjects.
An Art site that educates the teacher and their students how to develop images through using pencil and pen.
The ASE provides opportunities for professional development and a chance to provide your own Science resources.
At Bristol is a site that teaches you about different parts of the brain and body and what they can be used for.
This music site provides a free audio editor developed by a team of software developers, translators, etc...
Avert provides quizzes, facts and an guidance on HIV and AIDS that can be used in PSHE classes.
The Aviva Athletics Academy offers a range of programmes, resources and information for teachers, parents, coaches and young athletes wanting to find out more about delivering and taking part in athletics!
Help with both Primary and Secondary School fundraising as everyone is asked to sell their unwanted textiles to Bag2School.
For Business Studies and PSHE classes, this provides resources on helping children understand banking and its roles.
Banardo’s has a selection of 5 lesson plans which are interactive and also comes with support material and homework.
Banardo’s BigToddle helps organise a charity walking event for the under 5s that helps raise money.
BBC provides basic training on the internet, computers and social media that helps develop ICT skills.
A useful tool in Citizenship and PSHE classes as it tackles bullying and provides CyberMentors who children can talk to.
For KS4 RE classes, this site covers various topics that can be revised and there are also mock papers so that children can be tested.
BBC Titanic contains a lesson plan and worksheet that covers the topic for the Titanic which can be used in KS2 Science and History classes.
A useful site for anyone studying or teaching Design & Technology or Careers as it provides information on construction.
Beat Bullying has lesson plans and online resources from over the years and links to clips on YouTube that can help in PSHE classes.
BethShalom covers some useful sections when learning about the Holocaust in KS3 History and PSHE classes.
BFI provides a guide which explains how television can be used to cover Citizenship topics.
Bin It! is a site that Secondary School PE and PSHE teachers can download and print plans and sheets on making children aware of the impacts of dropping gum.
History Teachers can use this site to explain Roman remains and images are provided.
Blender has a 3D Content Creation Suit that can be used in ICT and Art.
A selection of videos and notes on the skills needed in the world of work, useful for Business Studies and WRL classes.
BNSC has teachers resources and video clips that educates students about Space.
Interactive activities and resources for Secondary School Art & Design lessons from Board Works.
Resources for KS3 Science and PSHE students about smoking and it also has teachers’ resources.
Resources and Packs for KS3 & KS4 Citizenship and PHSE lessons from Bridges.
The British Museum site has a section for history students learning about Ancient Civilisations in detail.
A variety of learning packs and lesson plans that teachers can use for educating about British Postal History.
British Potato Council has 12 lessons based on potatoes for Primary School learning in Design & Technology classes.
Life. Live it. resources to help teach first aid. No experience necessary!
‘Life. Live it. First aid education for children’ - helping you teach first aid
Britkid teaches students about race, racism and life and how to deal with this topic.
This is a Design & Technology site that can be used with KS1, 2 & 3 students in helping them understand British Standards.
BT Connected Earth has lesson support material (for KS2 History) about life changes in Britain since 1948.
Good communication is key to success as a student, employee or parent. Our learning and skills programme helps young people become better, more effective communicators.
Caret is a colourful site with various games about Science for students.
Centre Alternative Technology has many brilliant resources that talk about the impact on our world.
Child Drama presents many links to lesson plans, books and so forth about Drama.
Children learning about the different aspects of Islam such as their Holy text, festivals, etc...
For class fundraising, this site offers a selection of art packs that children can use and sell to raise money for a cause.
A collection of classical music that can be used in Music lessons and also has lots of information.
Interactive resources looking at climate change and how it affects food supply
Computer Arts is a site for Design & Technology sites as it provides tutorials on ICT and creation for teachers and their pupils to use.
Coventry City Council will help Primary School Maths Students to learn the value of digits in numbers.
Engaging new online resource about the countryside - free, curriculum-linked and ready-to-use
Place Value Charts To Help Children Understand The Value Of Digits In Numbers
This free site is perfect for Early Learners as it has plenty of games that they can use to learn about numbers, art, etc...
Be Fearless about crime @ Fearless.org – the new youth brand from the crime fighting charity Crimestoppers
Crocodile Clips offers resources, games and software to use in Maths and Science.
A site for Secondary School Art & Design classes that presents a selection of videos specific to the subject.
A Geography site containing plenty of interactive resources.
This Maths site helps Secondary School students by providing them with videos, games and interactive resources.
For Secondary School MFL students, this site has lots of resources concerning the French and German languages.
Curriculum Bits covers the main aspects of Science: Biology, Chemistry and Physics for Secondary Learning with resources.
Curriculum Online is for Primary and Secondary School Music teachers for it has support materials, teaching resources and many more helpful stuff.
Geography teachers will find this website useful as it has plenty of images that they can use in lessons and also to create class displays.
This is the perfect site for KS1 teachers to help children how to develop cursive handwriting.
Death to Decimals provides a game for children and helps them learn about converting fractions into decimal values.
Great for history classes as you can create a timeline for any topic.
Direct.gov is for PSHE classes as it teaches children all about the road and how to stay safe around it.
An online Geography interactive resource on exploring Volcanoes.
A site that provides many clip-art images for subjects all across the curriculum.
The Dottie and Buzz site allows RE to be taught through interesting characters that act as a positive role model for young children.
DTOnline provides information on all Design & Technology subjects.
Dyson have created a Telescope Game that can be played on the web or IPhone which is brilliant for Design & Technology and Science students.
Resources for KS2 and KS3 students who are leaning about Enterprise.
Key stage one and early years foundation stage resources for teachers to share with you.
Fundraising Done the Eco Way with EcoKids; Get Rid of Unused Textiles!
For Citizenship based classes, this site can help schools become economic and teach children how to take responsibility.
Eden provides an interesting selection of lessons, quizzes and materials about the world to Secondary School Science students.
Edmodo can help with connecting teachers and pupils, handing and distributing homework and conducting a discussion.
Education Forum contains GCSE PE test, revision and key word resources.
Subscription to this site ensures free weekly emails about a number of teaching topics, the latest news, colleges and many more.
A politics site for citizenship classes that has resources for different areas of politics, case studies and information in general.
Energy Chest contains helpful information on the teaching of energy within schools.
The Engage site provides resources, images, case studies and information about Art & Design.
E-on is a easy-to-use site that teaches children about the uses of energy and provides resources for teachers to use in the classroom.
A free, safe online tool where pupils can connect with others (from other schools) that teachers can moderate.
Many resources, assessments and so on for Secondary School Spanish learning.
Knowledge and information about classical music of past and present that Music teachers can easily use.
Lesson plans for KS2, 3 & 4 for History and Citizenship lessons as well as providing games, videos and many more resources.
FA is a brilliant football site that engages Teachers and their students through the use of clubs, teams, skills and awareness of disability.
Fable Vision is a great online site for Primary School students who are learning to draw.
Lots of resources based on U.S. History topics such as Slavery, Government, etc...
Directgov’s Fire Safety section has good information and advice about fire safety in the home which can be used to teach Primary and Secondary School Children.
Friends of Earth provide resources for Primary and Secondary School learning based on Environmental Issues, Citizenship and Sustainable Development.
This is a fund-raising ideas site that has a variety of art & design resources which can help raise money for any cause.
The number one site for gap year jobs and volunteer work!
Free Maths guide that covers a range of topics as well as providing exam papers and coursework help.
A brilliant site for Geography teachers who need resources for a range of topics.
Primary and Secondary resources on the 2012 Olypics for Citizenship, PSHE and MFL.
Glogster posters are great for ICT integration into English and Art subjects.
Go-Givers! Free cross-curricular and interactive PSHCE lessons for KS 1 and 2. A special ‘Olympic’ module has been added for summer 2012. Don’t miss out!
This site explains the Golden Tapestry project which is aimed at Primary Schools and encourages them to work on their Art & Design.
Google SketchUp is a downloadable piece of software that can be used to construct and design multiple ideas and also can be used in many school subjects.
Google Earth is a brilliant tool for Geography classes as it can take you anywhere from Europe to Indonesia, from North America to Asia.
Workbooks, worksheets and help for KS1 children developing their handwriting skills.
Heritage Open Days has a pack for helping teachers plan a trip/visit to different places and how to base class-work around it.
Software that can help teachers create exercises for Primary and Secondary School classes.
A Art site for Primary School learning based around Art & Design that describes everything you can use in a lesson.
Professional development for Primary and Secondary School ICT teachers and has CPD sources.
KS1 Maths pupils learn how to tell the time with this fun site.
ICT Teachers has a bank of resources and photo resources for multiple subjects.
Free award winning teaching resources for a range of Secondary School subjects.
IFAW offers animal welfare and conservation-themed teaching resources and films aligned with UK curricula. This year’s theme, Elephants Never Forget, explores the world of elephants and the challenges they face.
A range of free tools to use in classes as well as tutorials on how to use different pieces of software.
Instant Display provides colourful, engaging posters for classrooms that cover various subjects.
Holocaust education resources from the Institute of Education
Help KS3 Maths students understand and learn sequences on an online format with this site.
Free downloadable resources for Jeans for Genes Day, designed to bring your PSHE, science and genetics curricula to life. The resources include compelling films, teacher’s notes & worksheets.
Kent Education’s ICT site supports teachers and their students in ICT and ensures a safe learning environment online.
A PE site that teaches students about the body, how it works and other useful information.
Kingsbury Creations has songs for two different productions that can be use for KS2 musicals.
Human Geography Poster from Lancaster University
Language Guide is an in-depth site that contains guides on many different languages.
LCP has a book and CDs that help KS1 English pupils with phonics planning.
MFL site that helps students learn French through cartoon imagery and mini-movies.
Free downloadable resources that include information on responsible dog ownership and safety around dogs to help educate the dog owners of tomorrow.
Letters and Sounds is a colourful website that teachers can use with KS1 pupils when looking at phonics.
This musical site can really help when planning and producing a School Musical as it can provide scripts and fantastic ideas.
Visual resources that can be used in Literacy lessons for KS1 and KS2.
For KS3 PSHE teachers, this site provides plenty of resources that they can use when dealing with the subject of smoking.
Resources about the up and coming London 2012 Olympics that can be used in PE classes.
Good resources on Queen Elizabeth I for KS3 History classes.
Resources aimed at teachers to discuss cancer with their pupils
Making the News is an amazing site that children can use to make and share their own news stories safely on the internet.
Mapzone offers various teaching resources as well as homework help and an interactive section for students to use.
M&S have some great resources for KS4 Design & Technology teachers to use.
A great little Maths site that helps students to learn about Euclidean Algorithm.
This Maths site offers plenty of resources (covering a range of topics) that children can use.
Wrap up your Maths! Free Resources, Worksheets, Fun Stuff & More!
Mazeworks presents a interesting choice of puzzles and problem-solving games.
Media Smart offers free teaching materials that can be used in PSHE classes.
Met Office Education provides KS1, 2 & 3 lesson plans as well as in-depth information and data that can be used in Geography classes.
A vast amount of MFL resources can be accessed through this site for Secondary School Learning.
Programming application that KS3 pupils can use from Microsoft Research FUSE Labs.
Morrison’s have lesson plans, tips, guides and more that Primary and Secondary School teachers can access about schools growing their own food.
Resources that can be used in KS2 History when learning about migration.
MIO have a vast amount of music from multiple genres’ that can be used in KS4 Music classes.
Music Line Direct is full of musicals and productions that can be used in Primary and Secondary schools with free samples.
Music Theory is a site that contains lessons, exercises and tools that can be used in Music classes.
Computer Software for KS3 & 4 - Making it easy for teachers to keep track of their days, lessons, marks and more.
Resources For Britain Since The 1930s To Support Teaching And Learning In Key Stage 2 History
The National Archives site has resources about different parts of the Home Front (1939 – 1945) era.
The National Gallery provides tips and information on visiting them with Primary School students.
A site that provides different Geography Lesson Plans for students at KS3 level.
The Van Gogh teaching resource contains an interactive activity and also a lesson pack.
A fun Spanish site that can be used online or be downloaded and comes with teachers notes.
An in-depth KS3 History teaching resource about the Slave Trade.
NPD has digital resources that can be used for History classes and also Art & Design classes.
The National Trust site has a selection of art and heritage resources that can be very helpful when in classes and planning trips.
Natural England offers lesson plans, places to visit and also resources that can help with the subject of Science.
The NHM offers resources, online videos and activities for both Science and Geography in Primary and Secondary School learning.
Resources, lesson plans, teaching tips and many more for all Primary and Secondary School Maths learning.
An music website that engages the student and teaches them about music and instruments.
N Power is a really helpful site to use when teaching students about Electricity in Science classes.
Nrich offers KS1 and KS2 Maths students problems, articles and games to read and solve.
For KS1 and KS2 Design & Technology students, this site offers multiple resources for them to use in classes.
The British Monarchy site is a brilliant source of information when studying the Royal Family, their history and much more.
A set of office software from OpenOffice.org for Primary and Secondary School Teachers and Pupils.
For Citizenship and English KS3 classes, Orange have provided educational resources on their products and how to stay safe.
Ordnance Survey provides many free geographical resources for KS2 students.
Oswego is a great site for helping teachers educate their Primary School students on how to tell the time on digital & analogue clocks.
Oxfam II provides great activities and information on teaching children of all ages about diversity.
Oxfam III provides a great ‘sustainable living board game’ that can be used in Citizenship classes in Primary School.
Patant Office offers different packs that can be used in Enterprise, Business Studies and Design & Technology for all ages.
Teaching and Learning Ideas about Art, linked in with other subjects, for Primary Schools from Paul Carney Arts.
Link the curriculum to pets in fun and engaging ways with PDSA’s free downloadable lesson plans, videos and interactive games aimed at Key Stage 1, 2 and 3 pupils
To help students practice their MFLs they can enter this site and talk to people from all over the world.
Peta Foundation has brilliant resources as it contains videos, posters, images and so much more.
Games and Activities all relating to KS3 Religious Studies.
A great Phonics site that covers phase 1 to phase 6 and provides lesson planning advise.
Simple site to create animations using stick figures for Secondary School Teachers and Pupils.
Planet Earth Centre provides a GCSE in Astronomy and comes with a free monthly sky map.
Planet Science is a site that both teachers and students (of all ages) can use and it comes with science resources.
Playground Fun has a wide choice of games that children can play.
Poisson Rouge is a fantastic, interactive site that engages KS1 pupils through games and movement.
Inspiring resources on sustainability, climate change, renewable energy and global learning
A PE site that is aimed at Primary School pupils and offers ideas and information on activities.
Prezi is a site where presentations can be created easily; teachers and pupils can learn and explore.
French translations for first names that can be used in Primary School MFL classes.
Primary Pad is aimed at KS2 and works on literacy and ICT skills for both teacher and pupils.
For Primary School learning, this site offers a lot of resources to help with English classes.
Assessment and Curricular Documents all on single sheets from Primary tools for Primary Schools.
For KS4 Italian class students and teachers this site is a great way for them to learn and practice.
A site, created by young people, that offers support to students after a death of someone close.
Site for KS3 teachers that will help support them teaching their students about recycling.
A site to direct KS4 students to when talking about careers is this site as it provides resources for CV creation and much more.
Brilliant site for KS2 teachers as it has many resources for multiple Religions and topics.
This is an RE Revision site for GCSE students with plenty of resources.
Road Safety contains resources to help with Road Safety week for Primary Schools.
Software that teaches the basis of computer sciences, through programming a robot, from RoboMind.net
Rockhall.com has 52 lesson plans about music, how it has meaning and the part it plays in culture.
Facts, Guides and Interactive Resources about Geography from the Royal Geography Society.
Bringing Shakespeare into children’s lives is that much easier with this site as it provides packs, videos, images, information and activities.
For KS3 and KS4 Drama teachers this site contains educational packs that will help them when looking at Shakespeare in class.
Free teaching resources to help you develop informed, responsible and active citizens.
RS Revision has games and activities that covers Religious Studies GCSE topic.
Useful tool for teachers as they can create, save and edit rubrics that can be accessed from just about anywhere.
The Saatchi Gallery provides workshops, educational packs and visits to Art & Design Secondary School teachers and students.
A German site for KS4 MFL students where they can access an interactive German game.
Teaching Ideas, Lesson Activities and Resources for Key Stage 2 History
SchoolPlay Productions will help with any school production as it contains free online scripts.
Site for Primary School Science learning for it contains multiple resources about many different topics.
Schools Tube is a great way for teachers and their students to submit audiovisual content for it to be shared and used by others.
Science Museum has events suitable for Science KS1, KS2 and KS3 pupils.
Tools and printable resources to help with Primary School children with Learning Difficulties & Disabilities.
The Shaun the Sheep game allows KS1 children to develop their hand-eye coordination through mouse skills.
Show Me has great activities for Primary School Art & Design classes.
Check out Sightsavers resources for KS1 and 2. They offer a curriculum linked i:care teachers pack and kids activity sheet; both can be ordered or downloaded for free on their website.
A selection of resources for Religious Studies on Catholicism.
Silkysteps provides a selection of activity ideas for young children.
The Sing Up site helps Primary School Drama and Music pupils to help develop performing skills.
Interactive Resources and Images for Geography KS2 from Sky and Sea.
Producing Scientific Explanations On The Sinking Of The Titanic At Key Stage 3 With Snapshot Science
Sparklebox produces 1000s of printable resources for early years and KS1 & 2 educators.New resources are added to the site daily!
Online Mind Mapping App from SpiderScribe for Upper KS2, KS3 and KS4
Primary and Secondary School resources (including scripts and videos) for assemblies.
Online art gallery featuring some famous and well-known artists.
Online bank of artefacts from different Religions with descriptions and images.
Sunflower for Science provides award-winning and highly interactive science software for schools.
Surrey University explains and shows KS4 Maths students about Interest – Money and Payments.
An ICT site that has a tool to create word clouds that can be used in a variety of subjects from Tagxedo.
A Science site for Primary School teachers helping them to use areas outside the classroom as a useful place.
A Maths site that covers KS4 topics which is useful for teaching and revision.
Site for both Primary and Secondary School revision as it provides quizzes for multiple subjects.
Activities and Games for KS1 & 2 Maths and English from Teacher's Pet UK.
An ICT site provides a selection of general and topic-specific posters for Secondary School Classroom displays about ICT.
Teaching English has up-to-date, helpful English resources.
The Teaching Ideas site is full of Art & Design Primary School level lesson plans and more.
Teaching Ideas II provides warm-up and cool-down ideas for KS2 and KS2 Drama classes.
Teaching Zone offers lots of free teaching materials that can be used for PSHE classes.
Can be used for Secondary School PE and Science classes as it has resources and quizzes to help teach and revise.
Tearfund has lots of resources that can be used in KS4 classes about Poverty and Justice.
Test Base covers KS3 & KS3 core subjects and contains questions and booklets to help assist.
BT provides a good source to help Primary School English students develop their skills of communication.
My Life 4 Schools is a FREE KS2 online resource for PSHE/Citizenship and SEAL from The Children’s Society. It covers nine curriculum-linked topics with engaging stories, downloadable activities and detailed lesson plans.
Create your Own School’s Healthy Cookbook & Promote Healthy Eating Whilst Fundraising
The Globe Theatre site provides opportunities for visits, taking part in courses and valuable resources.
Teaching resources to explain the Holocaust to KS3 Students in History and Citizenship.
The Other 3 Rs offers a course for KS2 & KS3 Citizenship students that help them learn about responsibility, relationships and respect.
Soccer Simulator is a tool for Secondary School pupils to understand artificial intelligence.
Think Quest is for Primary and Secondary schools as it has a huge library and lots of projects.
A Primary School Citizenship site that offers plenty of resources for classes.
Timelines.tv contains lots of videos for the use of Secondary School History teachers and their students.
Topmarks is a fantastic site that can really help when teaching KS2 pupils about the Chinese New Year.
Lots of resources for both Primary and Secondary School Citizenship and PSHE classes.
Over 20 hours of teaching material available to download instantly. A complete suite of KS3 & 4 resources that will help fulfill the new school obligations for careers education.
KS3 & 4 Citizenship lesson plans and worksheets covering, covering everything from diversity and democracy, through to local action and the European Parliament.
Bringing real entrepreneurs experiences into the classroom to help inspire your students, with a suite of ready-to-use lessons for KS3 and KS4
Ready-to-use personal well-being lesson plans, covering alcohol, drugs, prejudice, relationships, teenage pregnancy, mental health, life skills and healthy eating
KS3 & 4 lesson plans covering the basics when applying for jobs, through to essential work-related issues including health & safety and teamwork.
Tuition.com can be used in Secondary School Business Studies classes as it explains accounting and economics.
TVO Kids is a interactive site for Primary School Music students, that teaches them how to create a music track.
Twinkl is a colourful site that helps with phase 1 – 5 of ‘Letters and Sounds’.
The Under5s site offers resources for Early Years and KS1 teaching.
This Music site is an amazing site to use in KS4 classes as it contains multiple exercises, training and lyrics.
Waitrose offers information on how production, the benefits of good food and its importance.
Warburtons provides a good interactive site that talks about every aspect of their world.
Welephant is a site that helps make people aware about fire safety and can be used with KS1 pupils.
Software that introduces Engineering to Secondary Students by West Point Bridge Design Contest.
Free teaching resources, plus everything you need to know about careers in chemical engineering.
WordPress.com is a great free way to blog online that KS3 and KS4 pupils and teachers can use.
Yellowbrick Publications offers plenty of plays, musicals and pantomimes that Primary and Secondary Schools can use.
A place where teachers and others can upload and share their resources about Religion.
Helps archaeology students develop their skills, gain activity ideas and understand the subject in more detail.
Young Engineers offers activity ideas, images and competitions for Children in KS2.