360 Degree Safe is a free, award-winning online safety self-review tool for schools. It has been developed to allow those responsible for online safety within a school or trust to gain a complete provision of their online safety policy and practice. It is divided into four main sections: Within theRead More →

A series of podcasts about Online Safety has been produced by South West Grid for Learning (SWGfL). They have produced a new podcast series called Interface. The podcasts will be hosted by online safety experts and they will cover some of the most talked about online safety and safeguarding topicsRead More →

Thousands of free-to-access resources are available from STEM Learning. If you have not recently checked the STEM Learning resources sections, it is well worth revisiting and having a look at the free-to-access resources available to support the teaching and learning of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects. Within thisRead More →

The Digiworld website consists an interactive game which helps children develop skills and resilience online and a range of teaching resources for 5-16 year olds that accompany the interactive game. All of this is available free of charge.  It has been developed in partnership between Parent Zone and Telenor andRead More →

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Tech We Can is a programme of free learning resources to inspire students about the world of technology. I was really inspired by this website and the resources available. Recently published is a new series of animated lessons for students aged 5 and above. All the resources are aimed toRead More →

These robots are amazing! It is hard to believe that there isn’t a human hiding inside! Although these robots have been designed and produced to help within the manufacturing industry, Boston Dynamics have created some powerful videos that demonstrate how sophisticated they are in a way that will help studentsRead More →

Hello World is published 3 times a year and is available free of charge digitally or in print for UK based educators.  It contains lots of interesting news articles, resources to support teachers in primary and secondary schools.  Issue 19 is available now and all the previous issues can alsoRead More →

South West Grid for Learning (SWGfL) has produced a brilliant resource called ProjectEVOLVE which provides teachers with free access to materials to address digital literacy and citizenship topics in an age appropriate way.   It provides activities for pupils and professional development material for staff.  It is closely linked toRead More →

The Met Office has an array of free resources to help pupils discover maths, science and more through weather and climate.  All of the resources are curriculum-linked and will help pupils to understand the effects of weather and climate on their community, either as a one-off activity or as partRead More →

There are so many benefits to using pictures in the classroom.  This collection of exciting pictures will help to stimulate the imagination and promote creativity.  They help students, who are often reluctant writers, to engage in a discussion about the picture and share their ideas. Teachers can use them asRead More →