RESOURCES

The organisations listed below all offer FREE primary school resources online – please have a look.

You can search for trips and workshops that support these resources by using the side bar search function. Please let us know of  any resources that you know of that we could list and share with other teachers.

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WaterAid is here to help you make teaching about water fun.

Simply click here and fill in the form to order your free resources.

What’s in the pack?

  • Curriculum-linked classroom activities
  • A water technology poster
  • WaterAid’s little book of teaching ideas
  • Lots of stickers

Watch this short film to see how the Water Resource pack can make lesson planning easy.

 

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Education Works is an educational consultancy based in North Yorkshire, England. We specialise in school improvement, reading, speaking and listening and mathematics support. We have been working with Primary schools in the North – including Bradford, Doncaster, Leeds, Wakefield, Calderdale and Kirklees. We also work with schools nationally and internationally. Our consultants are highly regarded professionals with a lifetime’s experience in education

Resources from Education Works – providing innovative, effective support programmes in reading, speaking, listening and maths.

Click here to see the FREE resources from Education Works

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Bear and Hare Christmas Resources

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To help you capture your children’s imagination through our Christmas story, ‘The Bear & The Hare’, we’ve developed a series of free activity cards that discuss friendship and explore animation, technology, rhythm and more, whilst supporting literacy, design and imagination skills.

Click here to find out more

 

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Be part of our new primary education programme, and let your children’s imaginations run wild

Bringing Skills to Life is a primary education programme from John Lewis. It is about allowing pupils to explore, imagine and create, while equipping them with many life skills. Through this education programme we aim to inspire children and develop their imagination and practical skills.  Access lesson plans and activity cards across the themes of Design & Make, Cook & Share and Storytelling at  

The programme focuses on:
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Design & Make
This module is all about materials and design. From collecting and researching materials to reviewing fashion through the eras, these resources will help you look at how design has a role to play in everyday life.
Cook & Share
This module is all about food and the joy of sharing it. By introducing children to good eating habits, looking at recipes from around the world and coming together to celebrate, these resources explore the preparation and sharing of food.
Storytelling
With a focus on literacy and listening skills, this module takes a good book and considers the different ways in which you can explore it. We want pupils to get excited about writing and illustrating stories and then to look at sharing their excitement with others.

 

All our resources have been designed for teachers by teachers, for use in the classroom, and are curriculum linked.

Click here to find out more

 

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Our curriculum-linked classroom teaching resources provide fun activities with a dog themed context to engage your pupils and bring learning to life. We provide resources that can be used with pupils aged 5-16, just click on the links below to find out what we have to offer.

Click here to find out more

Click here to see their Workshops

 

Fantastic resources from the Scoot Safe Scheme

Primary workshop resources

Scooting to and from school is increasingly popular with pupils and parents.  Take a look at these resource for schools and teachers to support scooter safety workshops. It will truly help you encourage the safe use of scooters as part of your travel to school plans.

Scooting is healthy, sustainable, safe and fun, and we invite you to use the  resources on our website to engage your pupils and parents.

Click here for more information

 

 

ABA

This Anti-Bullying Week we call on children and young people to take the lead on creating a future without bullying.

Us new technologies to promote positive communication rather than being held back by cyberbullying #ABW2013.

 If you are a school, college or education provider and you want to receive regular updates on the week, sign up to the free School and College Network today.  If you are an organisation or individual that would like to get more involved with Anti-Bullying Week and other ABA campaigns, why not become a member? The Anti-Bullying Alliance established Anti-Bullying Week in 2006 and coordinates the week each year. This is the official home for all information relating to the week.

Click here to find out more

 

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Free online learning resources from museums, libraries and archives.

 

My Learning – free online learning resources from arts, cultural and heritage organisations

My Learning is a resource for teachers and learners inspired by the collections of arts, heritage and cultural organisations. You can search for a resource by subject, age group, organisation or specific keywords. Resources are continually being added so please check regularly for new subjects and topics. My Learning is funded by Arts Council England and managed by Leeds Museums & Galleries.

Click here to find out more

 

Screen Shot 2013-11-01 at 11.28.03Commonwealth Class is a special initiative that provides teaching resources, online debates and interactive activities for schools to mark the run-up to the 2014 Commonwealth Games

Click here to find out more

 

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Play along with CBeebies Alphablocks. Have fun learning the letters of the alphabet!

Click here to find out more

 

BSABritish Science Association Free packs full of science and engineering hands-on activities and projects are produced each year for National Science & Engineering Week, and are available to download all year round.

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