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.
Sky and Adobe bring digital storytelling to the classroom with The Edit, a digital storytelling challenge and curriculum-linked resource around climate change. Prizes include an on-site workshop at Sky Academy Studios and Adobe Creative Cloud licences for your school.
Introducing: Lifebuoy’s Soaper Heroes, a brand new fun-filled hand hygiene campaign. These fab curriculum-linked resources are tailored for 5 through to 11-year-olds. With videos, quizzes, posters, stickers and more, all brought to you by Lifebuoy, the world’s leading health soap.
Guide your young people aged 9-16 through the turbulent world of puberty, helping them prepare for and deal with the physical and emotional changes they will face, while fostering their wellbeing and mental health. Register to access lesson resources for primary to year 11 that link to the new RSE curriculum and samples for Y7, Y9 and Y11.
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.
MoneySense Mondays are fun and interactive financial education lessons delivered live on Facebook every Monday!
Glass Guardians is back, and this year we are looking for super-recyclers! With updated activities and a new competition, we have all you need to help children aged 5-11 understand the importance of recycling.
Encourage self-esteem and body positivity with free resources for ages 8-16. The teacher and parent resources are perfect for in-school or at home.
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?
An exciting sun awareness programme for children aged 3 to 11 with engaging an interactive resources that can be used by teachers and parents. Help children learn how to be sun safe this summer.
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.
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!
Make it Happen! Is back to teach more teens about what project management really is and how much fun it can be. Fulfil your schools Gatsby benchmarks with the opportunity to receive an in-school mentoring session.
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 students learn about potential careers in project management directly from the professionals with the Make it Happen! toolkit. Using their own projects, empower your students to take charge and learn skills that could help them on their way to future employment.
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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