Global and material approaches to the National Curriculum
Galapagos is a group of volcanic islands 1,000km from the Ecuador coast. Its unique wildlife has inspired theories that have changed understanding about life on Earth. This website aims to engage students in the sustainable development of Galapagos
Written by a team of four British teachers and edited at the Embassy of Brazil, this website provides a set of free, up-to-date educational resources about Brazil for teachers and pupils in British schools.
This website consists of 100 resources based on objects selected from museums in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales and from the British Museum. It has been funded by the DfE to help equip teachers to teach the new history curriculum.
This free pack from UNICEF UK features a collection of easy-to-play group games from across the Commonwealth for a range of ages.
Light is the ultimate source of life and energy for most living things on Earth. This resource features 33 photos covering a wide range of light-related topics, with suggestions for teaching and learning activities, plus links to further information
How does the world celebrate?
This book focuses on questions that students and young people ask about Muslims and Islam. It includes original contributions from Muslims, offering their personal reflections on living their faith.
This book offers practical resources for teaching Judaism as a vibrant, living faith in Britain today. Interviews with Jewish teenagers explore a range of ways of being Jewish, and strategies for interpreting texts are applied to some key teachings.
This book equips teachers to handle something of the depth and complexity of Hindu traditions in the classroom, with a wide range of active learning opportunities and original stimulus material.