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Whatever route you take to becoming a gay parent, you may find there are a few extra challenges thrown into the bargain...
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A few simple things you can do to help keep your finances under control.
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If you're interested in becoming a foster carer, you may be surprised to learn how many options are available to you....
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In the first of a two-part look at what to expect from young children, we cover some of the issues you may be wondering...
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In the second of a two-part look at what to expect from young children, we cover some of the issues you may be...
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What should you expect from your child’s behaviour at this age? We explore some of the reasons why children do what...
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It’s natural to worry about your children and think about how best to keep them safe – but what happens when your...
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Five top tips for talking respectfully to your child, helping you to have a better relationship and a more pleasant...
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How to encourage your child to do well without pushing them too farWhether it’s sport, music, dance or any other...
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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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The Children's Laureate delves further into the literary world, sharing gems from Hans Christian Anderson, Roald Dahl and award-winning authors and poets. Which books are good for the classroom and which ones do the panels think are worthy of attention?

Watch as this nationwide experiment looking at the effect of nutrition, exercise and sleep on pupil's readiness to learn comes to some significant conclusions.

Exploring the work of educational researchers who aim to improve teacher training by developing projects relevant to Special Educational Needs.

Useful classroom resources reviewed by teachers, pupils and subject experts, with presenter Hermione Cockburn. We also have Secondary Resource Reviews

Whether you're looking for the latest publication or the most applicable piece of software, we test out our selected resources with real teachers in real primary schools across the country. We also have Primary Resource Reviews

The public lecture series covering contemporary issues debates some big ideas: are our children overprotected, can there be a kind of public morality that extends beyond the state, what might learning look like in the year 2016? These and other key though

Some year 10 students get underneath the skin of Shakespeare, and learn "the many dramatic possibilities of the handkerchief", amongst many other analytical skills.

NSPCC education advisor, John Stead, safeguarding experts, and primary and secondary teachers, discuss how to spot the signs of abuse and neglect, in order to better protect children.

Bridgid Nzekwu and Department for Education procurement expert Claire Dicks team up to find ways of cutting costs in schools, covering everything from energy-saving measures and revising catering contracts to collaborative purchasing.

 

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