“Looking at the bigger picture is really important.” Theo Paphitis helps a perfectionist under pressure in this film.
A new campaign aiming to shine a light on the great potential of starting Secondary School.
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).
Mathematician and comedian Matt Parker explores revision topics for students studying GCSE maths.
Key scenes from Romeo and Juliet are explored by actors and directors from the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Astronaut Tim Peake introduces some handpicked physics clips from the BBC archive for use in the classroom.
This lesson for 7-11s looks at the Earth's rich marine life, explores ecosystems, and discusses threats to our oceans.
Share a story with us and help save the fate of World Book Day itself in this literacy Live Lesson for KS2 / 2nd Level.
Bring science to the heart of your teaching with fantastic investigations and great resources linked to the curriculum.
Introducing a new set of ten pieces for 7 to 14-year-olds. Ten Pieces Trailblazers is coming summer 2019!
Lesson plans, films and downloads to help you explore the stories and secrets behind 30 classical pieces of music.
Famous faces offer ideas for getting creative with Ten Pieces in a range of art forms.
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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.