Resources and projects


Online safety resources for schools and families

6 December 2017

The UK Safer Internet Centre and the charities that lead its work offer a wealth of advice, support and resources to schools and families about how to keep children safe online. Susie Hargreaves explains more



Erasmus funding for schools

29 November 2017

Erasmus+ is not just for university study – a significant portion of the funding goes to further education and schools. Susan Linklater explains


Critical thinking in practice

8 November 2017

A recent CPD project looked at practical strategies and understanding for critical thinking. Dr John Hopkin has compiled case studies of the work participants undertook in their schools and the outcomes...


Teaching with memory in mind

3 October 2017

Do your students often forget prior learning? Jemma Sherwood explains how to design your lessons with memory in mind...


Encouraging problem-solving in mathematics

3 October 2017

The GCSE mathematics curriculum prioritises problem-solving skills. Heather Davis offers advice on how we can teach such skills, with practical ideas for the classroom


Uncovering the First World War

27 September 2017

The First World War Centenary Battlefield Tours have been helping schools to connect the First World War to their local communities – as well as to the political and social issues of today – to make the war relevant and personal to the lives of our students. Simon Bendry explains



The qualities of a strong geography department

20 September 2017

What are the characteristics of a quality geography department? Drawing on submissions from the most recent round of the Geography Quality Mark, Rebecca Kitchen offers some suggestions


Tips and resources for new PSHE leads

13 September 2017

With relationships and sex education set to become statutory and the importance of PSHE in its entirety increasingly recognised, Jenny Barksfield offers those who are new to leading this vital subject some practical advice and tips to get you started



Into Film Festival 2017

6 September 2017

The annual Into Film Festival takes place in November with 3,000 free screenings and events. It is the world’s largest film education festival. Sam Wilson looks at what’s on



Inspiring pupils to love reading

5 July 2017

Following research showing that many secondary students are not challenging themselves with their reading, Karen Sullivan offers some ideas to inspire reluctant readers


Literacy through Latin: Teaching ideas

21 June 2017

How can ancient languages such as Latin and Greek be used to inform and improve literacy teaching? Erin Miller offers some ideas and inspiration


Learning lessons from Auschwitz

21 June 2017

Since 2006, the Lessons from Auschwitz programme has seen more than 30,000 students visit the notorious Nazi death camp. In May, John Galloway joined the latest group of students and teachers travelling to Auschwitz-Birkenau


Women in Engineering Day 2017

21 June 2017

This Friday (June 23) is the annual Women in Engineering Day. Mark Williams discusses why girls seem to be alienated from engineering careers and what we might do about it...



Activities to tackle hate speech

7 June 2017

Sadly, cyber-bullying and online hate speech is now a part of modern online life, especially on social media. Mark Walker describes some activities that we can use with students to tackle potential problems and raise awareness



Ideas for teaching wisdom

3 May 2017

Dr Stephanie Thornton continues her series on the teaching of traits and skills to our pupils. This time, she considers ‘wisdom’ and whether we can teach the young to be wise


Is there creativity in your classroom?

3 May 2017

Creativity is not just for art, music or after-school clubs. Teacher Martin Matthews explains how we must all try to bring creativity into our classrooms – no matter what the subject (or the curriculum)



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