"My plastic bottle doesn't make a difference"... says 7 billion people! Help your 11-16 year-olds become sustainable consumers and protect our oceans with the Sky Ocean Rescue resources.
Take part in year two of the UK’s biggest school battery recycling programme. Help your pupils understand the importance of recycling batteries and receive free collection boxes for your school!
Help empower S1 and S2 students to change the culture of littering in Scotland with this free resource pack with links to Curriculum for Excellence.
Fuel your pupils' imaginations and help them become master story writers! Storytelling Adventures provides a suite of engaging resources, including an exciting digital activity. Pupils will develop their creative writing skills with the help of some famous authors.
Help change your pupil’s attitudes and habits towards washing their hands with the Handy Helpers handwashing programme from Dettol. Keep those colds at bay and drive the sick days away!
Encourage your pupils to develop their literacy skills whilst they explore the amazing world of GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® title holders. Inspire your class to dream big!
Schools are amazing places, full of incredible staff. My School Rocks! provides cross-curricular resources covering PSHE, literature and much more, plus a chance to win a VIP prize.
Give your students, aged 16-19, the opportunity of a life time with the BFI Film Academy courses. From shorter network courses offering first-step filmmaking skills to longer residentials, the courses are run by industry professionals across the country. A career in film may be closer than you think!
The Happy Eggventures resource from the happy egg co. will help your students to make informed choices about food, improve their literacy skills and give them the chance to get creative.
Help your pupils learn all about egg farming and the benefits of free-range chickens in a fun and creative way. Develop their art and design skills through a series of creative challenges.
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