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Do you worry about your children going out on their own? Follow these helpful tips and ground rules for introducing...
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Does your child have a mobile phone? Perhaps you’ve found it’s a useful way of keeping in touch with them or maybe they...
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Do you still have fun together as a family, or have you forgotten the joys of being a parent as your child has grown...
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With puberty happening earlier, do you know what to expect from your child when hormones start to kick in? With advice...
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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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If you’re struggling with a family breakup, how do you keep your children in the loop? Looking at family breakups from...
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Meeting the needs of your child and the other demands of your life can sometimes take its toll. Find out why it’s...
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What are the causes of bullying and how do you spot the signs in this age group? We take a look at some of the...
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If your child has witnessed or experienced a traumatic event they may be struggling with some very upsetting emotions....
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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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We follow various teachers who aim to make their lessons as inclusive and engaging as possible, with the help of the input of mentors.

Be inspired to pick up a video camera to film your classroom and share good practice with other teachers online, in this series full of ideas to get the cameras rolling

The Finns' excellence in education is inspiring. A British teacher visits to learn from their experience, and sees learning by doing, smaller classes and mutual respect making a huge impact.

A series of programmes looking at a week of schooling from the perspective of four Year 8 students.

Watch two different approaches to the role of Form Tutor

Follow teachers as they try to improve their skills. Will they manage to teach an outstanding lesson? Watch the full videos of their journeys, then join the discussion group to share your thoughts.

The £60-million Hadley Learning Community is described as a school of the future. This series watches their four-year development up to opening, considers the pros and cons of PFI and whether they have 'raised the bar'.

Designed for GCSE Business Studies students, this series takes a look at how businesses are set up and run, including a curry sauce business and the fair-trade chocolate company, Divine.

Secondary science students can discover fascinating research into breast cancer, heart conditions, and more, as well as the related ethical and social issues.

 

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