Resources & Products


PSHE: Knife crime lessons

1 July 2019

Curriculum materials based on the dangers of carrying knives and knife crime in general have been created for schools to use ahead of the summer break.


Weather and climate resources

1 July 2019

The Met Office has launched a schools programme to help young people understand and prepare for the impact of weather and climate on their communities.


Anti-Bullying Week 2019

1 July 2019

This year’s Anti-Bullying Week is to highlight the small and simple changes that we can make to create safer environments for all children and young people.


Spark offers physics resources

1 July 2019

The Institute of Physics (IOP) has launched an education website aimed at providing a “go-to” resource for all aspects of pre-19 physics study.


Design and technology support

17 June 2019

The V&A Museum has launched a key stage 3 design and technology programme offering free teaching resources and a National Schools Challenge.



Battle of Britain Memorial

13 June 2019
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?The Few who fought in the Second World War’s Battle of Britain were resilient, brave and determined to protect the freedoms our children enjoy today.


Online learning provision: Supporting vulnerable learners

12 June 2019
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When considering online learning provision for the vulnerable learners in your care, any potential provider must demonstrate a flexible approach that is sympathetic to the individual circumstance of learners with complex needs.


Books, apps, digital resources

10 June 2019
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Bloomsbury Education publishes books, apps and digital resources for schools and educators to inspire teaching, learning and young minds.


Family alcohol misuse

10 June 2019

A learning programme to support children who are affected by parental alcohol misuse has been launched by the Children’s Society.


Transition support

10 June 2019

In September 2019, 752,528 children will move up to secondary school across the UK.


Tackling online sexual harassment

5 June 2019

A Europe-wide project to tackle online sexual harassment has published the latest in a series of awareness-raising films and is also offering resources to schools and families.


Arts & Minds Competition 2019

7 May 2019

UK schools are being invited to join the fight against racism, prejudice and hate by taking part in the annual Arts and Minds competition.


National Autistic Society

7 May 2019
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World Autism Awareness Week 2019 is now over, but there are still ways to get involved.




Tes SEN North Show

7 May 2019

This year, the Tes SEN Show is expanding with the launch of a new show – Tes SEN North.



Physics gender balance trial

3 April 2019

Schools in England are being invited to sign up for free to the Institute of Physics’ (IoP) Improving Gender Balance national research trial.


Young Scientist & Young Engineers

3 April 2019

?Maeve Stillman from St Mary’s College in Derry, and Grace Lord, Brendan Miralles and Aalia Sellar from the Loughborough Schools Foundation have been named as 2019’s Young Scientist and Young Engineers of the Year respectively.


Exam timetable consultation

3 April 2019
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The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ), on behalf of the awarding bodies (AQA, CCEA, OCR, Pearson and WJEC), invites schools and colleges to send comments on the GCE AS, A level and GCSE June 2020 provisional timetables.


Innovation Evaluation Grants

2 April 2019

The Institute for Effective Education (IEE) has published a number of new reports examining education projects and interventions funded via its grants programme.


DoorJammer Lockdown

2 April 2019
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Although the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) ranks the threat of an attack in UK schools low, it is not absent and therefore proper safeguards must be in place for pupils and staff.


Funding for facilities

2 April 2019
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Challenges to school funding are well known nationally, with doors to funding routes seemingly closing as quickly as they open.


Autism: MyWorld

2 April 2019
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Autism is a lifelong disability which affects how people communicate and interact with the world. There are around 700,000 autistic adults and children in the UK – more than one in 100.

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