Go on a special educational visit to one of English Heritage’s properties and use their wonderful free resources.
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Take advantage of discounted theatre tickets for school groups… and for teachers, from this great charity theatre group.
CILT, the National Centre for Languages is running a Primary Teachers’ Project, which gives teachers a chance to spend two weeks in France, Germany or Spain next spring topping up on their language skills and picking up new teaching ideas. Image – Arc de Triomphe Teachers spend one week in intensive language and methodology workshops [...]
Bristol Zoo Gardens has been awarded a badge of recognition for its outstanding education provision. The Zoo has been given the Government-developed ‘Learning Outside the Classroom Quality Badge’. The Quality Badge is awarded to organisations which have pledged to sustain good-quality learning outside the classroom and have met certain criteria. It makes it easier for teaching professionals to organise [...]
The BBC is running a Thrillseeker campaign throughout 2010, which was established with the aim to encourage children to be active and experience new things outdoors. Kingswood Educational Activity Centres have been working with the BBC on the campaign and have created resources for teachers to use. The worksheets (embedded below) are designed to get children thinking about how [...]
The National Centre for Early Music, a venue for concerts and festivals, also offers a varied musical outreach programme and produces many learning resources designed to widen participation in music. They have free learning resources aimed at key stages 2 to 4 which can be downloaded from their website, covering 17th century music, music and art in Saxon [...]