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Living in a multicultural familyDo you live in a multicultural family? We look at some of the ways you can keep your...
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Top tips on getting your morning routine in order. Learn how to start your day calmly, making sure everyone gets to...
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Where did you learn to be a parent? Who are your role models? Even if you’ve had a negative experience of parenting,...
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Encouraging your child’s reading may be more important than you realise - whether it’s story books, magazines, comics...
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Homework piling up? Anxious or emotional? Imagine how they feel! Learn how to help your children with their homework...
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Maths may have changed quite a bit since you were at school – so do you know what to do when your children ask for help...
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Are you comfortable talking to your young child about sex? How do you respond when they ask you about it? We look into...
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Having a good relationship with your child’s teacher can create an important link between home and school. Learn about...
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A visually impressive experiment using glowsticks to show luminescence and rates of reaction, in this idea for Key...

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Professor Hal Sosabowski reveals the explosive power of subliming dry ice in this demonstration idea for Key Stage 3...

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In this programme, the art departments of two schools reveal the strategies they use to help pupils...

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A teacher gives an insight into how she has helped two EAL secondary students make immense leaps from difficult...

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Explosive experts, Dr Jacqueline Akhavan, senior lecturer at Cranfield University, and Dr Alex Contini,...

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Show Key Stage 3/4 history pupils this re-enactment of the Christmas truce during the first world war, in this...

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Staff at a Children's Centre describe how they have brought health and education services together to provide...

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Two experts discuss cultural perspectives in relation to EYFS, looking at where the balance should be between pupils...

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A school reduces the number of Key Stage 3 lessons per week, by teaching up to six subjects in a cross-curriculum...

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How do you introduce a sense of belonging to a vast modern school? Can small schools be amalgamated into a larger establishment? Do smaller schools miss out on bigger opportunities? These and other questions are pondered.

Find out what the web and computers can do for you. Ideas on how to embrace the technology to make learning easier and get pupils excited about what they can achieve online.

Watch as other schools turn their performance around, or keep up exceptional standards, in various subjects. What does it take to bring in better results?

At look at how other schools are successfully addressing the challenging issue of in-school variation, including helping departments work together and using student feedback to help improvement.

Independent learning consultant, Jackie Beere, finds out how schools have implemeted independent learning frameworks and techniques, and offers advice and guidance to the teachers.

See different ways to open up learning for all, including teaching parents ICT skills, and interlinking different curriculum areas under a general theme.

An engaging series for use in KS4 maths lessons, where presenters Fran and Dave use their maths skills to solve everyday problems.

A wide-ranging and engaging science series for KS4 pupils, that looks at themes including micro-organisms, solar power and forensic analysis.

Some experienced teachers turn the tables on the inspectors and suggest better ways of evaluating progress and achievement.

 

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