A student and teacher business studies resource with up-to-the-minute information and excellent resources.
Plenty of first class advice on staying safe online. Really useful for young people and a huge section for carers, parents and teachers.
Based in the West Midlands, UK, they provide not only contact with tutors in a range of subjects but a series of first class revision materials available at very reasonable rates.
The first point of reference if you are thinking of joining the profession and some good clips to remind us why we joined the profession in the first place. There is also a look into the future of teaching.
A leading company in the South East of the UK for the provision of outdoor education. They also provide a huge range of outdoor activity equipment for sale. Great for family days out too.
Formerly SfE, Tribal is a leading provider of training to colleagues in education and to other public sector professionals. Some excellent material to look through.
This is for parents of younger children who are looking for something worthwhile and challenging for their little ones. Designed to develop children’s physical skills of agility, balance, co-ordination and climbing, through the use of brightly coloured Tumble Tots equipment. The programme is structured to develop children’s positive personality traits including confidence and self-esteem.
Aim to provide a completely free service for both tutors and students to locate each other. This is an excellent starting point for parents and students who are considering extra tuition in key subjects and a useful reference point for potential tutors.
A leading publisher of e-learning resources for Economics, Business, Politics, Enterprise, Law, Sociology, Religious Studies and related subjects.
Twig World provides high quality short films to support learning in the classroom for science, maths and geography at KS3 and GCSE. They also provide a variety of support materials both for students and teachers. The site also matches films to exam board topics. There is a wealth of information in each film, sourced from some of the best known archives in the world. Teachers and academics have worked with the production team to make sure the content is right up to date. Subscription rates are very reasonable. Take a look and set up a free trial…..
Whether you are searching for courses, checking out different universities and colleges or ready to apply then UCAS will guide you through every step. This is your best starting point when looking at further and higher education options. Easy to use and free.
A great way to explain difficult concepts using simple simulations. Covering many aspects of biology, chemistry and physics. Free to use.
Register with this UK based site and download resources in PDF or PowerPoint for use in the classroom. Teacher notes relating to lesson objectives and delivery accompany each download.
Navigate your way to the country of your choice. Then choose the language section you want and browse the links related to each of their publications. There are some excellent resources available. Free to use.
You will find a number of links for each topic from a variety of sources. Most of these work well in the classroom. Keep an eye out for stuff from learn alberta and ambleside primary.
Exactly what it says. Lots of fun.
Really useful range of ideas for coaching and teaching at all levels. A range of videos and downloads are available to support your work.
An excellent site with an exciting and stimulating range of resources to aid revision and learning. Subscribe for free and gain access to hundreds of activities. Students are able to complete tasks online and teachers and parents can check on progress. Highly recommended.
Try this for putting things into perspective when things have not gone to plan.
A collection of thoughts from some eminent scientists, public figures and regular science teachers. Join the debate and contribute. Use this to answer the question ‘why do we learn about science?’
One of the most visited school websites in the UK. Lots of information and resources. A must-see for parents and teachers alike.
A huge range of resources and interesting features which will appeal to all. Within the site is a link to WWF learning which gives details about how to use these resources in the classroom.
A charity which aims to encourage young people’s understanding of the environment and the need for sustainability. Some great sections and plenty of material to download for free. Highly recommended.
A registered charity, aiming to build a brighter future for all young people through sport. Plenty of useful information for PE departments in all areas of the curriculum.
Something for those who take life too seriously.