Maths and numeracy practice for multiplication and division. Compete with your classmates or with other pupils from around the world!
BP Educational Service
The BP Educational Service (BPES) is committed to increasing young people’s understanding and enjoyment of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. The free educational resources for 4-19 year olds bring classroom topics to life with the use of real-world examples.
Education City: Back to School Pack
Our Back to School Pack is designed to be used by you and your students to celebrate returning to school. It’s full of fantastic resources that you can use to start the new academic year off in style.
Remember – Battle of the Somme
The Battle of the Somme was fought at such terrible cost that it has come to symbolise the tragic futility of the First World War. Its first day of conflict remains the bloodiest day in the history of the British Army and it was felt deeply at home.
The School Run
The School Run gives you all the tools you need to understand what and how your child is learning at primary school. Download English worksheets, maths worksheets and science worksheets to support your child’s schoolwork at home, get to grips with new educational techniques and get free homework help and information.
OneNote in Education
With OneNote Class Notebooks, teachers have differentiated instruction, content delivery, and a collaborative digital space allowing students the freedom to learn and develop in a way that suits their needs, and this notebook that won’t get lost in the office or soaked in the washing machine.
J2E Video Support
A collection of videos and a handbook from Amazing ICT to help you use J2E. The site also includes direct links to video help files and a J2E handbook from the Just2Easy website.
Discover Welsh Music
The resource currently focusses on five composers: William Mathias, Dilys Elwyn-Edwards, Grace Williams, Joseph Parry and Alun Hoddinott. Each composer has a profile page where you can explore their manuscripts, learn about their lives and listen to the work they created.
Photos for Class
Teachers have told us they need a place to access safe images that are available to be used in the classroom and for educational purposes. Plus, they want accurate image citations. We’ve heard you and created “Photos For Class” to meet your needs for images!
Parent Info provides high quality information to parents and carers about their children’s wellbeing and resilience. Schools can host the content on their own website and use it in any other ways (in letters to parents etc.) that they want.
Protect Their Curiosity
This tool will help you understand how to set parental controls across all the main devices and websites your children use. Simply scroll through the different categories and choose what you’d like to protect, or you can just select one specific item. We’ll then give you a simple guide to setting controls on each one.
Child Internet Safety
There’s no denying we’d all be lost without the internet. And for children, the internet is a whole exciting world of knowledge, fun, games, interest, education and entertainment. However, like all great things there’s always a minority who has to spoil it for everyone else. And that’s why Child Internet Safety is here to protect you and your children from nasty online digital dangers.
The Mathematics Shed
Maths and Numeracy links and resources from the makers of the Literacy Shed. There is also a collection of video resources that will help teachers to present a range of maths topics in a fun and enjoyable way.
Cymraeg: Live, Learn, Enjoy
This site is an information platform that will also lead people on to other sites which offer useful Welsh language services, information, activities and news. The main aim of the website is to support people to use more Welsh in their everyday life – as confident Welsh speakers, learners or non-Welsh speaking parents. It also introduces the language in all aspects of life to those who cannot speak Welsh and encourages them to learn more about it.
Cardboard2Code is an innovative process produced by CBiS Education, to teach students about Innovation, Engineering & Computing. Mapped to the various aspects of the Design & Technology & Computing Curriculums (UK), it’s is a fun & engaging way to learn complex tasks such as Programming.
Paste in some text or a URL to generate your own wordclouds! Then download your wordcloud as an image ready to insert into your documents or website. Simple!
Safer Internet Day 2015
Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre the celebration saw over 800 organisations get involved to help promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people.
Lend Me Your Literacy
Celebrate your young writers with the world by sharing their writing with a global audience and turning them into published authors.
The M Room
Find out about the secret listeners who bugged the Nazis during World War 2. The M Room is more than just an excellent multimedia History resource: the site gives access to individual lesson plans which support Key Stage 3 and 4 Literacy (English) and History.
Pick the Safer Website
A quick quiz to help children spot unsafe websites that may lead to identity theft. You’ll have to be quick though as the images will change every few seconds! A missed answer counts as a wrong answer!
Open Learn Cymru
The Open University in Wales has launched a collection of free Welsh medium resources on its new OpenLearn Cymru website.
What did you see? Place and Perspective in Medieval Swansea
In 1307, nine witnesses were interrogated about events they had seen in Swansea, around seventeen years previously. The Welshman, William Cragh, had been hanged by William de Briouze, Lord of Gower, and – apparently – miraculously restored to life. The ‘City Witness’ research project uses these medieval testimonies, as well as other documentary and archaeological evidence, to explore questions of place and perspective in medieval Swansea.
Nigel Morgan – Author
Author (and Danygraig Headteacher) Nigel Morgan’s website has literacy resources and news about his latest book, Teabag the Magnificent!
Living in the Twentieth Century
Living in the 20th Century is a bilingual media gallery with a Welsh flavour: Byw yn yr Ugeinfed Ganrif. You can limit your search choices to Welsh only, English only or combine both languages.
Musical Contexts is a website providing teachers with quality, “ready to use”, tried and tested and professionally presented resources for use in the Music classroom. Resources are all available for immediate download and are grouped in “Topics” or “Units” within each Year Group.
Dylan Thomas – Rock and Roll Poet
This web-platform is an educational resource that includes specific text related lessons and a wealth of resources that can and should be adapted by pupils, teachers and anyone interested in knowing more about one of Wales’s most famous literary figures – Dylan Thomas.
Make Things Do Stuff
Make Things Do Stuff aims to mobilise the next generation of digital makers. We want to help people to make the shift from consuming digital technologies, to making and building their own.
KODU Game Lab
Kodu lets kids create games on the PC and Xbox via a simple visual programming language. Kodu can be used to teach creativity, problem solving, storytelling, as well as programming.
Codecademy is an education company. But not one in the way you might think. We’re committed to building the best learning experience inside and out, making Codecademy the best place for your team to learn, teach, and create the online learning experience of the future.
East of England Broadband Network
Welcome to Learning and Teaching from E2BN. This section of the site is for learners, teachers and schools. You can find resources and information you need for your learning and teaching.
The Educational App Store
At the Educational App Store, we have created the EAS Certification so that all the apps follow a certification process that evaluates what the apps are good for.
The Centre for Computing History
Established as an educational charity to tell the story of the Information Age, the Cambridge computer museum presents a collection of important computers and related artefacts.
Geoguessr – Where in the World?
1. Look at the area and figure out where you are.
2. Click the map to place your guess marker.
3. Click the button to guess.
The British Library – Explore the world’s knowledge
The British Library website contains comprehensive information about the Library, the scope of its collections, and how to use its services. There is also a range of catalogues and digital content.
eSafety School Policies from the London Grid for Learning (LGfL)
Here you will find a series of short and useful guides to a variety of eSafety issues that affect schools produced by the LGfL eSafety Group.
Mrs Pancakes’ Resources for Literacy and Numeracy
Our lovely Doodads help teachers and parents teach literacy, numeracy, lots of topics and just generally make classrooms look great. Mrs P and her team hope to make learning interesting and fun.
Clouds Over Cuba
An interactive multimedia documentary commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis. The main feature lays out the full story of the Crisis, beginning in 1959 and continuing on until the missiles are removed in October 1962.
Everyschool provides a one stop shop for busy teachers, parents, homeschoolers and children searching for the best free online educational activities and games.
The Literacy Shed
The Literacy Shed is home to a wealth of visual resources that I have collected over my 10 year career as a primary school teacher.
Since 1997 we have become established as providers of knowledge, information and advice to educationalists and those in the education sector via our website.
TopicBox has been providing quality free links to free resources for UK primary teachers for 7 years.
The primary purpose of Cookit is to improve pupils’ skills, understanding and enjoyment of food and healthy eating. The site also has strong cross curriculum links to History (Prehistoric to Modern), Citizenship, Sciences, Literacy (instructional writing), Maths (measures) and RE (celebrations), as well as a rich bank of modern recipes.