- Education Professionals
For use in class, these visual only clips offer educationalists some original material for the whiteboard
From multi-sensory approaches to classroom layout, find out some simple and effective ideas to support pupils with dyslexia
From a whole school approach to classroom advice, find tips to help you embed e-safety across the primary curriculum.
The progression of pupils learning to read is documented through the eyes of their teacher.
Early Years in Action visits different areas across the UK, taking a look at how some schools deal with a range of issues, from the childrens' physical learning environment, healthy eating and developing personal, social and emotional skills.
Sheila Sage, a primary adviser with responsibility for early years in Worcestershire, leads discussions on matters such as childminding techniques, learning through play and listening to young children.
Real-life examples of how to manage your workload efficiently and productively, while improving your work/life balance.
The science behind healthy food and why it's crucial to consider what pupils eat, plus clever ideas to transform school meals and encourage heathy eating.
Broadcaster Peter Curran tours America to examine how the nation tackles its education issues, from the No Child Left Behind initiative to getting business involved with schooling.