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If you’ve recently become a single parent, you may find there are new challenges to adjust to in your life. We explore...
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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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From squabbling and sharing, to planning and organising, big families can sometimes be a big challenge. We've got some...
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Keeping your teen safe from abuseCould your teen be in an abusive relationship? We look at the warning signs that may...
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Help your child to recognise and express their emotions with these simple tips, so that they can come to you for...
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Looking after someone else’s child for more than 28 days is known as private fostering. Learn about the rules and...
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As parents, do you and your partner still make time to connect? Learn how to find a bit of time and space for love,...
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Ideal for planning Key Stage 3 and 4 chemistry lessons, Professor Hal Sosabowski demonstrates a solid spontaneously...

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This video showcases the work of Heather Tisdale, a teaching assistant from Hertfordshire.

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A 16-year-old girl talks about the bullying that ensued as a result of her haircut when she started secondary school...

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In this programme, primary maths advisor Isaac Anoom - Mr Numbervator -  recommends resources for...

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In this series, we document the results as schools around the country respond to a BBC challenge to create a...

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Bridging the Gap follows primary and secondary schools across the country, observing how different approaches have succeeded in raising attainment levels in areas where poverty, ethnicity and lack of parental engagement have proved problematic in the past

An exploration of the issues of nationality and citizenship: can divisions be overcome and stereotypes destroyed?

Using interviews with pupils who have been bullied, these lesson and assembly starters for both primary and secondary cover verbal, physical and cyberbullying, and show the real and lasting effects of bullying.

The latest developments in employment within education. Areas include what kind of pension can you expect, how can you breathe new life into your career, and what's new in CPD.

The award-winning teacher examines some fundamental subjects from a different perspective in order to open them up to learners.

What can we learn from other country's educational principles? And what can we share with other nations? Follow an inspiring exchange of ideas.

Chefs Michael Coaker and Peter Vaughan take culinary trips to schools across the country, sharing and demonstrating their food knowledge. The sessions culminate in a grand meal for all. often created with home-grown produce.

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The education expert helps teachers on the ground, sharing techniques to guide them towards effective resolutions.

 

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