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FlashyScience

5 January 2021

The free use of a virtual science experiment platform for schools has been extended until August by academics at the University of Sheffield.


Mathematics modelling challenge

5 January 2021

?The world-renowned MathWorks Math Modelling Challenge is being expanded in 2021 to include students from England and Wales.






Science of Mars brought to the classroom

17 November 2020

The science of Martian exploration is being brought into the classroom thanks to a project aimed at disadvantaged students and those in rural areas.


RE resources tackle racism and prejudice

17 November 2020

A suite of free teaching materials to help teachers of religious education plan and provide learning around racism and prejudice has been launched.



Zack’s Story animations tackle societal issues

10 November 2020

Zack’s Story is a series of short stop-motion animations aimed at helping teachers and other educators to raise awareness of issues such as loneliness, hate crime and county lines.







Cross-curricular data-analysis project

20 October 2020

The STATWARS competition is a free data project with links across the school curriculum, including to STEM subjects, English, geography and computing.


Website offers EAL resources and guidance

20 October 2020

The Bell Foundation has amalgamated its website with the popular EAL Nexus, offering a one-stop-shop of research, advice and resources for teachers who support pupils using English as an additional language (EAL).




United Against Bullying: Anti-Bullying Week 2020

5 October 2020

Anti-Bullying Week 2020 takes place from November 16 to 20 and the Anti-Bullying Alliance has lined up free resources and activity ideas to help schools prepare. Martha Evans offers some advice




Back to School Guide: Education technology & remote education

7 September 2020

In this 12-page Back to School Guide we consider what the technological legacy of the Covid-19 lockdown will be for schools, including the teaching and working practices that will continue, and advice on effective remote education.

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