Within our teaching resources you can find:
- Teaching resources
- Online resources
- Educational websites
Read about our latest blogs and regular updates from our team and educational experts.
- Timesheets and downloadables
Teaching resource packs
If you are one of our long term or guarantee pay teachers you will receive classroom based teaching packs by key stage and year, to support you as much as possible.
Online teaching resources
The following are some suggestions of online resources, but if you have any you would like to email and suggest, please do to firstname.lastname@example.org
The following list of websites will provide you with information and support for Teaching and Learning.
BBC Schools - www.bbc.co.uk/schools
A gateway for pupils, teachers and parents alike. Get help with homework, log onto school forums, download teaching activities…etc.
Best Sites for Teachers – www.sitesforteachers.com
A web portal for educators, including lesson plans, worksheets, activities and clip art.
Primary Resources – www.primaryresources.co.uk
Lesson plans, activity ideas and resources for Primary teachers.
School Resources – www.school-resources.co.uk
For education information, resources and ICT for teachers and students. Please note that some of the content on this site is out of
date, so you should use it selectively.
Schoolzone - www.schoolzone.co.uk
An online community that evaluates the most useful education resources and compiles the information into a monthly newsletter.
Teaching Ideas – www.teachingideas.co.uk
An online resource for primary teachers where you can download or share activities, lesson plans and teaching strategies.
The following websites include government agencies providing information relating to the UK curriculum, teaching and learning, training and development, information technologies, local and federal government. Access links to directories, online services, news and information of relevance to education at the click of a button.
Department for Education – www.education.gov.uk
Search official information on education and skills.
OFSTED – www.ofsted.gov.uk
Ofsted is the inspectorate for children and learners in England. The agency contributes to the provision of better education and care through effective inspection and regulation.
Download the Fact Sheet Below for a more comprehensive list.
The following links are to partners we work with.
What is BritBound?
In the least amount of words(!!)….BritBound is a relocation service and social events club rolled into one. At the heart of BritBound is a community of independent travellers (BritBounders) who socialise, support and share each others adventures whilst living and working in the UK
Groupon UK is a city guide with a twist. Since 2009, our team has taken pride in handpicking deals to direct you to the best things to do, see, eat and buy at spots on your very own stomping ground, as well as unearthed gems further afield. Think of Groupon as a tool of discovery – like a compass with impeccable taste.
Kids Company was founded by Camila Batmanghelidjh in 1996. They provide practical, emotional and educational support to vulnerable inner-city children. Their services reach 17,000 children across London, including the most deprived and at risk whose parents are unable to care for them due to their own practical and emotional challenges. For many, the roles of adult and child are reversed and, despite profound love, both struggle to survive.
Improving Teaching and learning – http://www.ssatuk.co.uk/
Inspiring innovation and improvement in schools. SSAT exists for schools and is led by them. They believe leaders and practitioners in schools are best placed to shape, promote and deliver improvements and developments in our education system.
Help your staff â€“ Give staff direct access to school-to-school support for teaching and learning to underpin their route to excellence. Their network has members who innovate at different rates â€“ they are all happy to share the stories of their journey.
Helping students â€“ Through being a part of the schools network, which benefits from links with primary and special schools, business and the wider community, they help to raise achievement in schools.
Meet current and future challenges â€“ Learn from outstanding thought-leaders as well as innovative and creative school leaders from close to home and around the world.
Influence education policy â€“ Being represented by an independent membership organisation that speaks regularly with key government stakeholders in the education sector.