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The National Schools Partnership (run by brand and social impact agency, We are Futures) is made up of a unique network of teachers and education experts.

Members gain access to free, innovative teaching resources including digital and physical materials, free samples, immersive events, competitions and prizes – all designed to engage young people, their families and educators.

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    5-11 Years
    ScienceEnglishMathsPSHE

    Glass Guardians Super Investigators

    A fun and informative online experiment helping pupils to understand the importance of recycling glass. Visit a virtual glass recycling plant and improve scientific skills through interactive gameplay!

    5-11 Years
    ScienceEnglishMaths
  • superbugs join the fight logo with expert filmmakers from prize
    5-14 Years
    PSHEScienceHealth & Wellbeing

    Superbugs: Join the Fight!

    Register for this year’s Superbugs: Join the Fight! and enter the competition to be in with the chance for your pupils to win a fantastic interactive workshop! Plus free suite of curriculum-linked resources available to download.

    5-14 Years
    PSHEScienceHealth & Wellbeing
  • 7-11 years
    DesignEnglishMediaLiteracy

    LEGO® Build the Change

    LEGO® Build the Change encourages children from 7-11 to see the challenges facing the world, and challenges them to create a film to inspire the nation to make a change for the better. Register today for your free curriculum-linked resources and competition entry form!

    7-11 years
    DesignEnglishMedia
  • 16-25 years
    CareersDesign & TechnologyEnterprise

    Want to support the next generation of changemakers? Challenge your students to find tech-for-good solutions for some of society’s biggest issues with Samsung Solve for Tomorrow. Great for students studying D&T, Economics, Business studies but open to all. You can either run Solve for Tomorrow in enterprise or extra-curricular sessions or simply pass on the self-directed resources to your students. For students aged 16-25. Enter your game changing idea into the competition. Future innovators, step this way.

    16-25 years
    CareersDesign & TechnologyEnterprise
  • 5-11 years
    ArtMusicEnglishDramaDanceLiteracy
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    Sky Arts - Access All Arts Week Year 2

    Access All Arts' is a nationwide, week-long celebration of the arts, specially designed for primary schools. Make your school an arts school, and bring out the artist in every child, with free classroom-ready resources packed full of creative challenges. Pupils will be taken on an adventure through the arts and encouraged to explore their own creativity, and you can expect to see some familiar celebrity faces along the way.

    5-11 years
    ArtMusicEnglish
    Register Now!

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    We now have classroom energy super heroes who help to monitor lights and IWBs are switched off.

    - Teacher Feedback (British Gas, Generation Green)
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    Absurdly delighted that we’ve been chosen. It’s a wonderful opportunity for the pupils. Much appreciated.

    - Teacher Feedback (Heinz, Grow Your Own)
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    There is such a buzz around school with all the cinema trips going on at the moment, we’ve been able to offer trips for every Key Stage with so many different learning objectives supported by them, it’s been brilliant!

    - Teacher Feedback (Into Film Festival)
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    We have used the programme before; it's a great way to raise awareness of being safe in the sun. It engages the children and is fun while getting a serious message across.

    - Teacher Feedback (L'Oreal, Wrap Splat Hat)
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    The students found the whole experience incredible; they were thrilled to have the opportunity to work in such a professional environment.  It was great for them to learn skills in an actual working situation with such extraordinary technology and equipment.

    - Teacher, Rivers Academy (Sky Academy)

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