Teaching and Learning


Roadwise

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With more than 45 children injured on the road every day in the UK, what can teachers do to help every child in the school be safer and wiser on the road?


Solardome

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As a headteacher you know that learning outside the classroom is recognised as important for the personal, social and emotional development of children. But how can you best deliver it? Solardome Industries’ range of outdoor classrooms could be your answer.


Walk to School Week

This year’s Walk to School Week takes place from May 16 to 20. Kathryn Shaw looks at how schools might get involved, including the School Route Audits


Careers advice in primary schools

The free Primary Futures programme offers a way to discuss skills and deliver careers advice with primary pupils. Steve Iredale explains more


Supporting computer science teaching

Free computer science resources are available for primary teachers to help them with aspects of the computing curriculum and boost their confidence in teaching this new subject.


Free health education resources

e-Bug is a collection of free health education resources for teachers and school-aged children operated by Public Health England



Pupil Pipeline Challenge

Schools across the UK are encouraged to get involved in the Pupil Pipeline Challenge between May 23 and 27.


My Next Fairtrade Adventure

An education resource exploring climate change and its impact on farmers in developing nations has been produced by the Fairtrade Foundation for key stages 2 and 3.



Mathletics helps Birmingham primary to win National Pupil Premium Award

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National winners of the primary category of the 2015 Pupil Premium Awards, Parkfield Community School in Birmingham has been using the Mathletics digital maths resource from 3P Learning as part of its strategy to close the gap. Assistant headteacher, maths lead and specialist leader in education, ...


Anti-Bullying Week 2015

This year’s Anti-Bullying Week runs from November 16 to 20 and is focusing on the damage that bullying causes to mental health and wellbeing – encouraging pupils and schools to #MakeANoise about bullying.


Every Child Can Code

Every Child Can Code, a free initiative aimed at teaching children aged seven or even younger to code, has been launched.


Brand new 3D PSHE programme

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Dimensions specialise in providing creative classroom solutions. This is exactly what they’ve done with their brand new 3D PSHE programme for early years, key stage 1 and key stage 2.


Practical Pre-School Awards 2015

This year’s Practical Pre-School Awards took place last week. The awards – hosted by Headteacher Update's sister titles Practical Pre-School and Primary Teacher Update – have a strong reputation for recognising the best in educational resources, toys, equipment, books, multimedia and many other ...



Start Your Arts Award Day

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Arts Award is to launch its 10th anniversary celebrations with a Start Your Arts Award Day supporting the BBC's Arts Get Creative



Sport Relief 2016

Schools are being urged to get involved with Sport Relief, which takes place again next year on March 18.


Skills 2 Achieve

The Youth Sport Trust is offering all primary schools a 14-day free trial of its Skills2Achieve programme.



Champions of Change

Champions of Change, an education initiative tailored for early years, primary and secondary schools, is aiming to allow young people to take the lead in fundraising.


Active, engaged and happy children

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Movesdance.com is a completely new and cost-effective way to get your whole school more active. Children love to be active through music and dance, but for many teachers who lack confidence in this area, it can be one step too far.


Autism support

Schools are being offered access to an extensive range of free autism resources as well as expert advice. Launched by the National Autistic Society (NAS) last month, the initiative offers resources catering for learners from nursery through to secondary.

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