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End the summer term by going for gold with these Olympic-themed activities for classroom and playground
Imagine your class returning from lunch attentive, engaged and ready to learn. Could structured breaktimes the answer, or do children need time out to roam free? Lloyd Burgess investigates...
The latest craze in viral videos on YouTube provides a lot a laughs, as well as an opportunity for learning
Despite external obstacles, the progress made at Aspire Academy in its first year should inspire PRUs across the country, finds Lloyd Burgess...
Let your phase leaders take centre stage, with these lessons from teaching schools that are making the most of theirs, says Lloyd Burgess...
Growing up in a racing yard before heading to boarding school isn’t your typical childhood tale – and it was a big change for Clare Balding...
From lesson plans to wallcharts, posters and more, here's our roundup of great teaching resources for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans History Month 2017
From Monday 19 to Sunday 25 June it's time to celebrate and educate for this year's Refugee Week
With the rapid rise in gender dysphoria referrals to the NHS among young people, it's time schools become more aware about the issues involved. Let's make a change.
With schools seeing more and more students fall prey to stress, anxiety and depression, can teachers do anything to reverse the trend? Lloyd Burgess asks the experts...
Amidst the doom and gloom of grammar schools, workload, the recruitment crisis and whatever else the world of education has planned, let's take a minute to celebrate the good and great of teaching
Set sail on a journey in which driftwood and shells become shipwrecks and sea monsters. All you need is imagination.
Teachers needn’t be rooted to the classroom. Branching out into the open will see health, wellbeing and learning bloom, finds Lloyd Burgess...
Samsung's Digital Classroom provided schools with a whole classroom suite of gadgets to see if switched-on devices meant switched-on students
As a Caribbean child coming to England, Baroness Floella Benjamin experienced hostility and rejection, but today she helps young people embrace the rich cultural tapestry of British life
Us Brits are used to sitting politely and listening to speakers, so what happens when eight of our educators are thrown headfirst into the extravagant spectacle of CPD in the States?
Get with the times (tables) and check out some of these ideas and activities for teaching multiplication in Key Stage 1&2
Whether it's a question, an answer, a request or remark, the unique things that come out of pupils' mouths will always keep you thinking on your feet
BAFTA-winning site TrueTube releases short drama for schools and families about the pressures of social media
The Wasps captain and England flanker recalls his school days – and makes the case for why effective coaching is the best way of preventing injuries on the playing field...
It's cheap, versatile and easy to use – is the Raspberry Pi something that all teachers can and should be using in the classroom? Lloyd Burgess takes a closer look...
Does the race to address childhood heath and fitness have a finish line in sight, asks Lloyd Burgess, or are we just running round in circles?...
Music therapy is much more than a band aid. It’s a creative outlet, a means of expression and way for children to find their voice, says Lloyd Burgess...
Feel like the weekend and passed you by and you’ve barely had a chance to relax? Here’s how to fight feelings of anxiety this Sunday
Who'd be a teacher, eh? Only someone with the perseverance to get through this lot and still come back the next day, and the next day. Bless you all.
Tackle some serious issues and open a dialogue about mental health in your classroom with these great movies
School's out, almost, so make sure you finish the year on a bang, not a whimper, with these ideas
Trick or treat! Give your little terrors a feast of fun this 31 October with some great classroom ideas...
Whether your primary pupils will be in a FIFA frenzy this summer, or if they'll have football fatigue before a ball has even been kicked, these lesson plans, activities and ideas offer them some excellent educational links
Send your Year 6s off in style this summer...
Sign the year off in style using these hilarious school celebration videos as inspiration
Delight in this festive feast of English activities in the run-up to the holiday season
Compare soliloquies, print out quote posters, debate the role of fate and more with this teacher toolkit for The Scottish Play
How well do you and your students know your gobblefunk? Give this Whoopsy-splunkers quiz a go and try not to get the answers muggled!
Round off the summer term and give your class a fond farewell with these free ideas and activities for KS1 & 2
Our roundup of some of the funniest short clips that capture some universal teaching truths
Starting teaching in September? Here's a selection of helpful advice, tips, lesson plans and more...
A collection of videos, pics and other resources to help spark a revolution of learning in your book topic
It's Xmas! And it's time to party! But if you want to come back in January there are obviously some festive dos and don'ts you need to follow
Help your secondary students delve deep into literary characters and flesh out their own these reading and writing activities, ideas and lesson plans
Stay safe this Monday 4 to Sunday 10 June with activities, guides and educational posters for all sorts of accidents and hazards in home and at school
Turn even the most Scrooge-like attitude to Dickens around with these excellent teaching ideas and activities
Take advantage football fever by throwing in some footie-related reads with some of the best books available for KS1 and KS2...
With maths mastery flying up the government's agenda here are some of the best free resources available
Whether it's short stories, comic strips or filmmaking, every tale needs the right structure to be told well
If song, dance and ultra-competitive exploitation of young people for the purposes of entertainment are your thing, this school is for you
Get your hand fan ready and prepare to swoon as everyone's favourite rich and brooding bachelor enters your classroom
Refugee Week 2018 runs from 18-24 June, so get involved with some of the best books to share in class to help build children's awareness and understanding...
If your children have, had or have had difficulty with irregular, here are some fun resources to try to make those pesky non-conformist words stick
Get your Year 7s excited about approaching poetry with this collection of fantastic resources
Studying Shakespeare's star-cross'd lovers? Well there's no need for your lessons to have a tragic ending with these great resources, ideas and activities
World Book Day isn't just for Primary and Early Years, and any excuse to get students reading is a valid one, so get your KS3 and 4 pupils involved on 1 March with these resources, ideas and activities
Cover all the elements with these lesson plans, printouts, activities and ideas for your secondary chemistry classroom...
Do you or your students need inspiration for your character getup this year? Read this list of famous literary characters and pick your fave
'The characters' names were too plain', 'my ebook never came in the post' and other bizarre online criticism of children's literature
Get your little ones to craft something cool, creative and personal for Father's Day
Get secondary students reading and writing verse this 28 September for National Poetry Day with these lesson plans, resources and activities
I'll be there for you, 'cause you're there for me toooooooooooooooooooooo...with GIFs
Whether you're looking at persuasive writing, reporting or formal letters, these resources have you covered
Whether it's adding and subtracting, arranging in size order or finding equivalents, help your KS3 and 4 students master fractions with these excellent resources
From the nervous wait to the big reveal, follow the responses to this year's secondary exam results...
Starting your career in education this September? Here’s some help on what to do (and what not to do) from people who have been there and came out the other side...
Just be glad you're not marking these
Preparing for your end-of-term show? Party planning for Christmas? Don't worry, we've got all your dos and don'ts GIF-wrapped for you
Challenge your students to our music-themed SPaG quiz by filing in the blanks. Can they beat your score?
Up to your eyeballs in nativity plays and Christmas carols? Harness the power of social media and share a laugh with people who could also do with a glass of mulled wine or two...
Take lessons from Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus, Sally, Schroeder, Peppermint Patty and the rest of the gang for the perfect blend of existential angst and juvenile joy.
Give students a break from the books and let them loose online with these interactive puzzlers
Explore identity and what it means to be human in this award-winning dystopian tale
The budget is here! Pay rises all round! Increased funding for all schools! Oh, wait. Nope. Apparently not
This December 4-10 is Computer Science Education Week, so start processing your digital lesson plans with these eight great resources
Get ready to celebrate this incredible global event in your school come Friday 8 September 2017
Get kids moving on Wednesday 27 September and put them on a healthy and active path for life
Get ready to make a racket about serves, volleys, backhands and forehands this 3-16 July when grown-up ping pong comes back to London's SW
Shed students' shyness, and your own, about discussing sex and relationships, with these great videos, lesson plans and websites
Get your class or whole school speaking Spanish, French and even Welsh on Tuesday 26 September
When it comes to supporting the diversity of Special Educational Needs, is educational technology up to the challenge?
To be fair, feedback would be quicker if you could just fling up a paddle board with a number out of 10 on
Stop! Punctuation time. Give these online games a go and sharpen up students' skills with that pesky punctuation placement
From There's a Bear in My Chair to Grrrrr! and Hands off my Honey! here are some of our favourite recent tales of grizzlies, polars and even cuddly teddies.
If you ever needed a reason to open up a book in your classroom, here are a handful to use as the perfect excuse this week
Monday 26 June marks two decades since The Philosopher's Stone first hit bookstores so get ready to celebrate #HarryPotter20 with your class with these top teaching ideas
Give these free-to-play games a go to consolidate spelling skills and eradicate common mistakes
Make a splash with your children with wet and wonderful ideas for indoors and out
In the words of Olivia Newton-John, let's get physical
What are the chances you get every student in your class to master probability? Well, these resources will certainly improve those odds
How many more would we need to hit double digits?
Add some interactive fun to your Key Stage 1 maths teaching with these free activities
Imagine the scene (it won’t be hard; we’ve all been there): it’s a staff meeting and you’re finally down to AOB when the head says, “Okay, who wants to be Student Planner...
Download and print our free newspaper front page template. It’s perfect for both primary and secondary report writing activities and can help you cover eyewitness reports, journalistic bias and direct and...
On the whole, poetry and its purpose is completely removed from view through discussion anything the average teenager thinks or cares about; it’s our job as educators therefore to make it...
It's not too late to get hold of a ticket for this year's Southern Rocks...
We jumped on the trading card trend to improve reading skills in our primary school,...
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David Spendlove’s simple but effective strategies can help ensure that all your students are making progress...