Using real-world examples and best-practice strategies from the Bank of England, econoME will help your students to understand how their decisions are affected by, and influence, the economy through 3 engaging lessons. Register today for your free, curriculum-linked resources.
Register your school to take part in a nationwide competition to recycle as many used batteries as possible with our curriculum-linked resource. Sign-up now to receive a pack of printed resources.
Help your students understand their changing body and emotions and embrace puberty with confidence. New and improved resources linked to national curriculum, Lesson plans with supporting PowerPoints, activity sheets and videos and a Student award scheme!
The Into Film Festival is the world's largest free film and education event for young people presenting 3,000 free cinema screenings, and showcasing over 140 films at more than 600 venues across the UK from 8-24 November 2017.
Fuel your pupils' imagination and help them become master story writers! Storytelling Adventures provides a suite of engaging resources, including an exciting digital activity. The first 100 teachers to register will receive a printed resource pack including a classroom poster.
The Skills Show is back, from 16 - 18 November at the NEC Birmingham. Give your students the opportunity to discover amazing careers opportunities at the nation's largest interactive skills and careers event - participate in hands-on activities, attend expert talks, get advice and explore new career paths!
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.