Building Brilliant Futures for Our Children
New Wave is a fun and interactive educational programme challenging pupils across the South-East of England to save more water.
Free online resources for your students to help inspire the next generation of innovators. 11-15 year-olds will learn the basics of Design Thinking and get a glimpse into creative STEM careers such as design and marketing, from real life Samsung employees. They are then invited to enter their tech-for-good ideas into the Solve for Tomorrow: Next Gen Competition.
BRAND NEW free resource from CareerSense featuring up-to-date, local labour market information about your region. Designed for easy use with your students, staff and community.
BRAND NEW free resource from CareerSense featuring up-to-date, local labour market information about your region. Designed for easy use with your students, staff and community.
Build positive body confidence and self-esteem in pupils aged 8-11 with the Dove Self-Esteem Project. With Amazing Me resources and the brand new Dove Teacher Calendar and Content Map, to help you to support your pupils this year.
Build positive body confidence and self-esteem in students aged 11-14 with the Dove Self-Esteem Project. With Confident Me resources and the brand new Dove Teacher Calendar and Content Map, to help you to support your students this year.
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!
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.
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!
Want to support the next generation of changemakers? Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Competition 2023 invites young people, ages 16 to 25 in the UK and Republic of Ireland, to create a tech-for-good solution for real world issues. Students will build the skills to design the future while gaining unique experiences to set them apart on post-18 pathways. Plus download the free competition entry pack to give students the best chance of winning the once-in-a-lifetime prizes up for grabs!
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.
Aquafresh Shine Bright is back for a second year! Learn all about building good tooth brushing habits with help from magical characters including Captain Aquafresh and the Tooth Fairy team at the Shine Bright Academy. Register today for your free, curriculum-linked resource pack!
NatWest’s new Exploration Workshop; an engaging way to unlock students’ potential and bring the world of work to life. Students will learn about skills for work and reflect on their own strengths, developing their understanding of a range of career possibilities.
BRAND NEW! Tax Facts is HMRC’s curriculum-linked tax education programme, available in both English and Welsh, teaching young people to understand what tax is and the important role it plays in their communities. Help young people ages 8-17 plan for future life and work!
Team up with Sky and Adobe for a free educational programme to introduce your students to careers in the creative industry as you create a 90-second news report, moving through a brief, through to scripting, filming and editing. Choose from three plug-in topics: Climate Change; Equality, Diversity & Inclusion; and, new to this year, Wellbeing.
About You gives teachers all the tools they need to deliver Relationships and Sex Education, with up-to-date lessons covering puberty, relationships and wellbeing. Register now for free period product samples and curriculum-linked content.
Build positive body confidence and self-esteem among learners with free Confident Me resources for ages 11-14 and BRAND NEW Amazing Me resources for 8-11s. Don't miss the Dove Confidence Kit for parents too!
Sure Breaking Limits is a new curriculum-linked initiative equipping students aged 11-14 with the confidence to move by making it fun, inclusive and accessible to all. Break down stereotypes around age, gender and ability to get your students moving!
Sure Breaking Limits is a new curriculum-linked initiative equipping pupils aged 9-11 with the confidence to move by making it fun, inclusive and accessible to all. Break down stereotypes around age, gender and ability to get your pupils moving!
A fun and engaging interactive storybook aimed at pupils working at Early and First Level, this brand-new resource developed with local teachers encourages exploration of key STEM concepts and careers. Pupils meet Vaila, a 7-year-old girl from Shetland, and join her on her adventure as she learns about electricity and wind power all while meeting lots of colourful characters along the way.
The National Schools Partnership exists to make life easier for educators, providing free inspirational learning materials in one place. 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.
The Royal Bank of Scotland CareerSense Find Your Potential programme is a new curriculum-linked initiative helping Scottish students aged 13-18 to reach their potential. The programme can be delivered flexibly. Resources include the Find Your Potential online tool, teacher delivery guide and lesson presentation.
The NatWest CareerSense Find Your Potential programme is a new curriculum-linked initiative helping English and Welsh students aged 13-18 years-old to reach their potential. The programme can be delivered flexibly. Resources include the Find Your Potential online tool, teacher delivery guide and lesson presentation.
The Fantastic Fruits programme is an exciting new initiative from Robinsons. It encourages pupils to spark conversations about fruit, where it comes from and the role it plays in building a healthy, nutritious diet. Resources include exciting quizzes and activities to engage pupils’ language, literacy, and design skills. There is also an amazing competition challenging pupils to try new fruits and design their own fruit drink over the summer holidays.
The online world can be a scary place, but it doesn’t have to be! EE have launched PhoneSmart, an interactive online course teaching pupils aged 10-12 how to be safe and kind online. Tackle issues of online behaviour, cyber bullying, fake news and privacy, and empower them to achieve their PhoneSmart Licence. Linked to the PSHE and computer science curriculum, this independent learning platform is prefect for the classroom for the homework.
Register to Knorr’s Root for Veg education programme. A brand-new cross-curricular programme aimed at primary schools and homes across the UK! The first 500 schools to register will receive seed packets for the whole school and badges for their school council to kick-start their learning and getting them to Root for Veg. Teach your pupils about the effects that too much meat has on the planet and the benefits of introducing lots of new veggies to their favourite dishes, as your pupils can even lead a movement and stand up for their plate and their planet.
Pot Noodle is inviting students aged 16-18 to ‘Stir Up Their Future’, by coming along to an Alternative Careers Fair, with over 150 paid internships on offer. Register your interest now and access the free careers teaching resources.
The Always #RethinkYourReaction education programme helps students will explore the issue of period shaming, discover more about activism through real-world examples of young people and learn how to create their very own campaign to raise awareness and encourage people to rethink their reaction to periods in their school or local community.
Inspire pupils aged 5-11 to spread their own positive plastic message through art, with these exciting cross-curricular resources. Supporting the art & design, science, maths and citizenship curriculum, spark discussions around plastic waste and explore the work of waste artists in a fun, interactive lesson.
Take part in the UK's biggest school recycling programme! Register for your free recycling boxes and help pupils become battery recycling pioneers. Together we have recycled over 11 million batteries, help us recycle even more!
Raise confidence amongst 16-18 year-olds and broaden their horizons with the free CareerSense Dream Bigger programme, including a one-hour workshop supported by a bank ambassador and downloadable 'plug and play' sessions.
Media Smart and TikTok link up to educate young people about advertising.
Empower pupils to lead healthier lives with Warburtons brand-new Bake the Most of Life programme. Our curriculum-linked resources, created by education experts, are oven-ready for the classroom and feature a range of engaging and interactive baked-in content. Each batch of lesson resources is designed to help teachers (and families) nurture young people’s health, skills and confidence so they so that they can grow and succeed, and then spread that same energy outwards to their own families and communities. Register now to help your pupils get the very best out of life.
Equip children with fascinating facts on air pollution and help them limit their exposure! These fun and informative resources support the science, geography and PSHE curricular. Inspire your pupils aged 8 – 11 to become air quality detectives and take part in the national survey – register now!
Help your pupils understand investments and savings with the Own Your Future initiative. Provide them with useful financial information using short bite-sized lessons. Perfect for tutor time!
Help your pupils understand the importance of reducing food waste. Guide your pupils through 5 exciting missions to become Food Rangers. Can they inspire others to do the same?
With summer just around the corner, Garnier Ambre Solaire - in association with the British Skin Foundation - wants to teach children to be sun safe as they explore the great outdoors.
Lifebuoy’s Soaper Heroes is now available for secondary schools! These curriculum-linked resources tailored for 11-14 year-olds teach about the importance of handwashing and the science behind it. Videos, posters, and experiments are just some of the many resources that you will find, all brought to you by Lifebuoy, the world’s leading health soap.
Lifebuoy’s Soaper Heroes is a fun-filled hand hygiene campaign, now with PSHE Association accredited resources for 5 to 11-year-olds! There's also an exciting assembly plus videos and quizzes - all brought to you by Lifebuoy, the world’s leading health soap.
Lifebuoy’s fantastic Soaper Heroes initiative launches for the first time in RoI. Endorsed by Irish teachers, this fun-filled hygiene resource links to the SPHE and science curriculum. Ideal for 4-13 year-olds!
Learn from the pros with The Virgin Media Football Academy. Access exciting resources including a live lesson with Southampton FC players, to help improve physical and mental wellbeing for students aged 10-16.
Help pupils to understand how science can make the world a better place with free and flexible resources. Then challenge the experts to solve a problem facing the world today in a series of live and interactive lessons.
Help pupils become more confident and celebrate what makes them special with a brand-new resource from Disney’s Frozen the Musical – complete with character puppets, activity sheets and a step-by-step guide to four engaging wellbeing lessons.
This fun manga comic inspired adventure sends pupils on a mission to defeat 'Land Phil'. With the help of the Infinites, a group of warriors who use the power of recycling, pupils will embark on a series of quests and develop their science, maths and creative skills along the way! A fantastic competition is also open to all primary school children!
Help your children to learn about the importance of teeth and oral health. Through engaging resources, children will learn the science behind teeth as well as exploring how cleaning teeth can become fun through a creative writing challenge!
TfL recognise the important role that London’s hard-working teaching professionals are playing in supporting children and young people as they return to schools and colleges full-time this September. Find out about how you can plan your restart safely and sustainably.
New 4th lesson added for 2020! Help your students understand the economy and make great decisions. Register today for your free, curriculum-linked resources accredited by the PSHE Association and Young Money.
Answering questions from young people about puberty can be tricky. Take a look at the Always & Tampax Parents & Carers Hub to help you support your children in navigating this complex topic.
We are going on a quest with BEAR . Join us as we discover the importance of a healthy, balanced diet and help your pupils aged 5-7 uncover a love for fruit and vegetables with free and exciting resources.
A chance to see behind the scenes at Heathrow Airport! A series of fun communication, creative thinking and problem-solving activities for children aged 7 to 11 years old. Helping at home learning take off.
Teach your children about the environmental and social importance of energy efficiency with these fantastic resources for home learning.
Climate Change. How can you make a difference? Ben Fogle is inviting all young people aged 7-11 to travel emission free for 7 days! Can they travel by scooter, bike, electric car or on foot to gain points for the national competition?
Encourage your young explorers to love their veg and follow in the footsteps of Clarence Birdseye. Explore his uses of observational science, innovation and engineering to win great prizes!
"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 then challenge them to express their voices with the blog competition.
Be Bold for Brave Girls is an inspiring, new fundraising and social action programme linked to the new Relationship and Sex Education curriculum.
Can your pupils solve the nation’s plastic problem? Their mission is to understand how important it is to recycle plastic. With the help of the Plastic Investigators resources they’ll be super PI agents in no time!
bp Educational Service has been running for over 50 years and provides free STEM education resources for primary and secondary schools. Register to access all the brilliant content.
Is your school Plastic Fantastic? By 2050 there will be as much plastic as fish in our oceans! Empower your pupils to take action and recycle their bathroom plastics.
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 children to make informed choices about food, improve their literacy skills and give them the chance to get creative.
Help your children 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.
The UK's largest student accommodation provider is hosting free, interactive 'Leap Skills' workshops across the UK from October to December to help sixth formers feel more confident and prepared for the big life change of going to university.
The UK’s largest skills, apprenticeships and careers event is back! With live hands-on experiences, expert careers advice and on-site national employers, make sure you book your free tickets to set your students on the path to career success!
Help your pupils to see science in a whole new light with Record-breaking Experiments from GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS! The curriculum-linked science and design & technology resource includes some hand-on experiments for your pupils to get creative with their science.
As an Official Partner of The FA, LG are giving schools and community football teams the chance to win the ultimate inspiration to enhance their game – a visit from the FA Cup and a brand-new football
Educate and entertain your class with Hybrid Heroes, packed full of interesting facts from GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS! The curriculum-linked resource will help your pupils to grow their vocabularies and develop their creativity skills!
MoneySense, accredited by Young Enterprise, is an impartial financial education programme designed to help young people towards a better financial future. Sign-up for a wealth of educational resources including lesson plans, activity sheets, educational games, videos and interactive quizzes.
Science activities for pupils to collect scientific facts on minibeasts and habitats, English literacy activities for pupils to create their own magical garden, supporting PowerPoint presentation.
New current affairs magazine The Week Junior will enrich curriculum learning and enhance your pupils' understanding of the world. Register now for free sample copies and to access our downloadable Great Ideas Guide and poster to plan how to make best use of the magazine in your school.
Develop students' confidence, public speaking and campaigning skills and inspire them to speak up on issues that matter to them the most with these free easy-to-use resources including teacher notes, flexible lesson and assembly plans, supporting activities and PowerPoints, plus a student campaign toolkit.
An engaging 3 lesson quest that will help you to: Harness your pupils' love of game-play to boost learning, sharpen your pupils' SPAG skills ahead of their SATs and bring SPAG lessons to life!
Super spy briefing video to kick-off the mission activities, exciting activity sheets, classroom poster, downloadable mini-mission leaflet, PowerPoint presentation and teachers' notes.
Brain Box is a new curriculum linked learning programme helping students explore the most complex structure in the universe - the human brain. Flexible resources that combines interactive digital content with engaging hands-on classroom activities brought to you by Alzheimer's Research UK.
Help young people to engage with the complexities that led to the creation of modern India and the formation of Pakistan with Empire and Independence. Strong curriculum links to history, with additional links to citizenship, social studies. Resources include teachers' notes, student handout and exclusive videos, enabling flexible delivery in history or citizenship lessons!
A stimulating resource to celebrate the cinema release of Suffragette. It will get your whole school to reflect on the precious rights and liberties they enjoy today. Teacher notes and curriculum links, flexible assembly and lesson plan with PowerPoints and a display pack to create a social change timeline!
Give your KS2 pupils an appetite for creative writing! A sequence of 4 x engaging creative writing lessons, 4 x supporting activities & PowerPoints and story sandwich writing poster.
'Mission Launch' introductory video, Space-themed lesson plans supporting curriculum learning, with activity sheets, PowerPoint presentations, Teachers' notes, classroom poster. Perfect for teaching about planets and the solar system!
Meets the requirements of new computing programme of study as well as links to history curriculum, a great introductory resource for coding and algorithms, perfect for topics on Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece, 2 x Lessons including Lesson plans, PowerPoint presentations and code cracking activities, an exclusive code cracking classroom poster to help further pupils knowledge.
Great downloadable pupil activity sheets & colour classroom poster with drawing top-tips, teacher notes with supporting PowerPoints.
4 x student-led activities with supporting fact sheets, 2 x engaging lessons to open and close the activities, exclusive fact-filled dinosaur poster.
Amazing dance tutorial using music from the films, step-by-step guidance on how to turn your pupils into carnival dancers, differentiated worksheets to develop literacy skills and a peer assessment grid, mask templates to get budding artists to create their own carnival masks and eye-catching poster showing the wildlife and sights of Brazil!
Create a 'Happy Town' with your class! An exciting new Citizenship programme for everyone aged 7 to 11 years old with lesson plans and resources.
Master Builders will inspire your pupils to build their own adventure stories! 4 x lessons to introduce the building blocks of story writing meets literacy curriculum objectives and assists with SPaG teaching. A learning-based 'Story Blocks' poster for your classroom.
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