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Ending a relationship can be a long and complicated process - do you really want to separate, or are you just going...
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What to expect from teenagers as they fall in and out of love. We look at ways to support their relationships and be...
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Your teenager’s brain is developing fast – so how can you tell the difference between typical teenage mood swings and...
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How to maintain a respectful relationship with your teen. We look at the difference between the parent and friend roles...
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Most gay people come out during their teens – would your teen feel comfortable talking to you about their sexuality? We...
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A primary school demonstrates how sport can help Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 pupils learn life skills.

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What better way to learn on your feet? Watch as teachers exchange roles and learn some key lessons.

What happens when educators and pupils get out into the world? Some inspiring stories illustrate the merit in getting out of the classroom.

Primary and secondary schools form links to other institutions, both within the UK and internationally, to promote community cohesion.

Discover how working in cluster groups has helped schools and LAs support CPD for staff, from supporting NQTS to helping teachers attain Masters degrees

Teachers at Wylde Green Primary School in the West Midlands plan an innovative project to engage and excite pupils in science by constructing a real life crime scene investigation. The pupils learn about DNA fingerprinting and collecting evidence.

Teachers and experts provide advice for secondary teachers, TAs and support staff on how to manage angry pupils in a variety of school situations, using short dramas to show behaviour management advice and tips.

Fireworks, exploding cola bottles, dry ice and exploding eggs - bring spectacular experiments into your classroom with these resources and ideas for secondary lessons

We follow two multi-school consortia as they work within the government framework to develop subject-based learning. They set up work-experience packages to offer applied learning in the workplace plus courses to develop interpersonal skills.

Find out what schools need to do under disability equality laws in this series which clearly lays out schools' obligations, and offers advice and ideas for helping disabled pupils in school, from mobility and PE to beating bullying.

 

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