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The modern family can change and grow in ways we don’t always know how to plan for. If you're thinking of introducing a...
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If you need to spend a lot of time caring for a disabled child, it can sometimes be difficult for their non disabled...
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Some children hate going to see the doctor, and may be terrified by the very idea of it. We look into why children are...
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Information and support for families with disabled childrenIf your child is disabled, there is a range of support and...
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Fear and worry over separation can be tough for younger children, especially during periods of change such as starting...
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Younger children who take on caring roles within the familyIf you or someone in your family has a long term illness or...
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If your child were being bullied, how would you know? In the first of two videos on bullying amongst young children, we...
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Best friends and worst enemies. Learn how to support and encourage your child’s friendships on their terms. Whether...
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Want to create a healthy balanced diet without obsessing over the details? We explore some practical and enjoyable ways...
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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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Find out how other teachers used the News Report video to teach Key Stage 2, 3 and 4 pupils about the links between diet and health, with CPD case studies and classroom video resources.

Get Key Stage 2, 3 and 4 pupils thinking about the connections between health and diet with this set of science classroom resources and CPD videos about whether a fictional snack bar should be banned, licensed or endorsed.

Useful information, advice, and discussion especially for governors

New governors and an expert in the field demonstrate the nature of the role, who they're accountable to and what they hope to achieve.

Find out how a maths and english department have incorporated APP into the KS3 curriculum.

KS3 New Curriculum investigates the changes in the curriculum, how schools have revised it to suit their needs and the impact on staff and pupils.

Two schools share their success stories of effectively using ICT across the school. Longfield's A-Level and GCSE results have dramatically improved since the changes and Lent Rise has become a learning hub for the broader community.

Experts work with school leadership teams to help them bring effective change to their schools, from boosting fundraising to writing School Improvement Plans.

From bird watching to growing food on school grounds, find out how outdoor learning and cross-curriculum activities can work together.

 

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