The personal loves, losses and political passions that transformed Emmeline Pankhurst into a militant activist.
Primary and secondary teaching resources from BBC Teach especially for this festive season.
Curriculum-based resources for teaching in primary school, arranged by subject and age-group.
Teacher resources for classroom use in secondary schools, arranged by subject and age-group.
Resources suitable for use with children at Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
A collection of audio teaching resources for KS1/KS2 pupils around the topic of Christmas.
The key themes found in Charles Dickens' classic novel examined for English Literature GCSE.
Recollections of the informal World War One truce at Christmas 1914.
Watch our film to find out how to make a crystal-frosted festive decoration in a fun science experiment to try at home.
Why is it that some of us love Brussels sprouts, whilst others absolutely hate them?
Discover how light travels and investigate Earth's place within the Solar System with Doctor Who
Marking the centenary of the end of the First World War with a KS2 and 2nd Level Live Lesson all about creative writing.
Catch up with our Live Lesson to mark National Poetry Day, featuring poets Joseph Coelho and Tony Walsh.
Explore the stories and secrets hidden in 30 classical pieces of music.
A wealth of exciting teaching resources to help plan lessons and develop imaginative creative responses to music.
Learn how to get creative with music with Continuing Professional Development (CPD) days for teachers.
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Giving 11 to 18 year-olds across the UK the chance to develop their media literacy skills and produce their own stories.
Advice about online and social media use for children, with support material for teachers and parents.