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  • New ammunition

    New ammunition is a resource for primary and secondary students exploring the application of science to the development of new medicines, the principles of double-blind trialling to test treatments, and the debate behind issues of gene therapy.

    Ages
    • 7-11 (KS2 // CfE 2)
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    Subject
    • Science
      • Chemical and material behaviour
      • Considering and evaluating evidence
      • Explaining observations
      • Human health
      • Humans and other animals
      • Investigative skills
      • Living things
      • Micro-organisms
      • Obtaining and evaluating evidence
      • Scientific enquiry
      • Scientific developments
    • Citizenship
      • Local and global community
    • PSHE
      • Health and wellbeing
    • Maths
      • Data and analysis
      • Handling data
    More
  • Food and famine

    Food and famine is a resource for primary and secondary students exploring how to test drinking water for pathogens, challenging fears and prejudices about foods common to other cultures - especially the importance of eating insects, and the environmental impact of our food choices in terms of water usage, world food supply and greenhouse gas production.

    Ages
    • 7-11 (KS2 // CfE 2)
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    Subject
    • Science
      • Animals and plants
      • Biological systems
      • Considering and evaluating evidence
      • Explaining observations
      • Human health
      • Humans and other animals
      • Investigative skills
      • Living things
      • Micro-organisms
      • Obtaining and evaluating evidence
      • Planning an experiment
      • Scientific enquiry
      • Sustainable earth
    • Citizenship
      • Local and global community
    • PSHE
      • Growth and nutrition
      • Health and wellbeing
    • Geography
      • International issues
      • Sustainable development
      • The environment
    • Maths
      • Data and analysis
      • Handling data
    More
  • My Neighbourhood photography competition

    My Neighbourhood is a photography competition for 5 to 18 year olds. It invites them to look through a lens and share photographs of a special place, person or activity in their local area. There’s a chance to win a £1,000 voucher or personalised poster.

    Ages
    • 5-7 (KS1 // CfE 1)
    • 7-11 (KS2 // CfE 2)
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    • 14-16 (KS4 // CfE 4)
    • 16-19 (KS5 // CfE Senior)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Local and global community
      • Rights and responsibilities
    • PSHE
      • Collecting information
      • Health and wellbeing
    • Geography
      • People and communities
      • Real places
    • Art and Design
      • Design photos and artefacts
      • Explore ideas
      • Using creative approaches
    More
  • My Money Post-16: Booty Shaker

    Free personal finance resources for students aged 16-19

    Ages
    • 16-19 (KS5 // CfE Senior)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Debate topical issues
    • PSHE
      • Careers
      • Economic environment
      • Financial capability
      • Functions and uses of money
      • Managing money
      • Understanding risk
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  • RaceDay for Schools

    Free resources that explore enterprise within the horseracing industry

    Ages
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    • 14-16 (KS4 // CfE 4)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Rights and responsibilities
    • PSHE
      • Careers
      • Financial capability
      • Work-related learning
    • Maths
      • Applying math
      • Effects of varying values
    • ICT
      • Exploring simulations
    • Business Studies
      • Business management
    More
  • My Parliamentary School Scrap Book

    Explore Parliament with this free resource

    Ages
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • How laws are made
      • Rights and responsibilities
      • Roles of citizens and parliament
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  • The Tower of Power

    Insight into the workings of Parliament and the roles of its members

    Ages
    • 14-16 (KS4 // CfE 4)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • How laws are made
      • Rights and responsibilities
      • Roles of citizens and parliament
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  • Recycle Now Schools - Regeneration

    A fresh and engaging investigation into recycling and the wide range of issues it affects

    Ages
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Local and global community
      • Rights and responsibilities
      • The role of law
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  • 9/11 Education Programme

    Free teaching resources about 9/11 and related events

    Ages
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    • 14-16 (KS4 // CfE 4)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Changing nature of UK society
      • Local and global community
      • Rights and responsibilities
    • English
      • How texts are crafted
      • Identify the purposes of texts
      • Independent interpretations
    • Art and Design
      • Craft and design
      • Use a broad range of media
    • History
      • Conflict and cooperation
      • Historical events
      • Impact of events on world societies
      • Using historical sources
    • Religious Education
      • Impact of religions and beliefs
    More
  • Give and Let Live

    Provide students with the knowledge and understanding of key issues relating to donation

    Ages
    • 14-16 (KS4 // CfE 4)
    Subject
    • Science
      • Human health
      • Living things
      • Scientific developments
    • Citizenship
      • Learning for life and work
      • Rights and responsibilities
    • PSHE
      • Health and wellbeing
      • Healthy lifestyles
      • Understanding risk
    • Religious Education
      • Moral values and beliefs
    More
  • Let's Get Functional

    Build functional skills through this free personal finance resource

    Ages
    • 14-16 (KS4 // CfE 4)
    • 16-19 (KS5 // CfE Senior)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Rights and responsibilities
    • PSHE
      • Economic environment
      • Understanding risk
    • Maths
      • Applications and implications
      • Applying math
      • Number and algebra
    More
  • BSI Education

    Help teach how Standards can make our lives easier, safer and healthier

    Ages
    • 7-11 (KS2 // CfE 2)
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    • 14-16 (KS4 // CfE 4)
    • 16-19 (KS5 // CfE Senior)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Local and global community
      • Rights and responsibilities
    • Geography
      • Different scales
      • The environment
    • Design and Technology
      • Processes and products
      • Using multiple materials
    • Engineering
      • Engineering design
      • Practical engineering
      • Producing engineering solutions
    • Manufacturing and Product Design
      • Engineering
      • Processes and techniques
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  • Fortunity

    The free online game that motivates pupils in personal finance

    Ages
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    • 14-16 (KS4 // CfE 4)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Rights and responsibilities
    • PSHE
      • Careers
      • Economic environment
      • Financial capability
      • Functions and uses of money
      • Managing money
      • Work-related learning
    • Maths
      • Applications and implications
      • Using mathematical knowledge
    More
  • 9/11 Education Programme Citizenship

    Free teaching resources about 9/11 and related events

    Ages
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    • 14-16 (KS4 // CfE 4)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Changing nature of UK society
      • Local and global community
      • Rights and responsibilities
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  • 9/11 Education Programme's Interactive Timeline

    Free teaching resources about 9/11 and related events

    Ages
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    • 14-16 (KS4 // CfE 4)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Changing nature of UK society
      • Local and global community
      • Rights and responsibilities
    • English
      • How texts are crafted
      • Identify the purposes of texts
      • Independent interpretations
    • Art and Design
      • Craft and design
      • Use a broad range of media
    • History
      • Conflict and cooperation
      • Historical events
      • Impact of events on world societies
      • Using historical sources
    • Religious Education
      • Impact of religions and beliefs
    More
  • 9/11 Education Programme Image and Film Bank

    Free teaching resources about 9/11 and related events

    Ages
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    • 14-16 (KS4 // CfE 4)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Changing nature of UK society
      • Local and global community
      • Rights and responsibilities
    • English
      • How texts are crafted
      • Identify the purposes of texts
      • Independent interpretations
    • Art and Design
      • Craft and design
      • Use a broad range of media
    • History
      • Conflict and cooperation
      • Historical events
      • Impact of events on world societies
      • Using historical sources
    • Religious Education
      • Impact of religions and beliefs
    More
  • The Enterprise Zone

    A free resource that explores the dynamic world of enterprise

    Ages
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    • 14-16 (KS4 // CfE 4)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Rights and responsibilities
    • Maths
      • Handling data
      • Number and algebra
    • English
      • Group interaction
    • ICT
      • Quantitative and qualitative information
    • Business Studies
      • Business behaviour
      • Business environment
      • Business management
      • Enterprise education
      • People in organisations
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  • Big Bumblebee Discovery

    We're calling budding young scientists across the UK to take part in The Big Bumblebee Discovery and to record information about bumblebees visiting lavender plants this summer.

    Ages
    • 5-7 (KS1 // CfE 1)
    • 7-11 (KS2 // CfE 2)
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    Subject
    • Science
      • Biodiversity
      • Investigative skills
      • Scientific enquiry
    • Citizenship
    • Art and Design
      • Design photos and artefacts
    More
  • Made of Money

    Free resources to help young people understand what the economy is

    Ages
    • 14-16 (KS4 // CfE 4)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Learning for life and work
      • The economy in relation to citizenship
    • PSHE
      • Economic environment
      • How the economy functions
      • Work-related learning
    • Business Studies
      • Business behaviour
      • Business environment
      • Enterprise education
      • Profits and finance
    More
  • Get Set to Make a Change

    A youth engagement and education programme inpsired by the Olympic and Paralympic Games

    Ages
    • 14-16 (KS4 // CfE 4)
    • 16-19 (KS5 // CfE Senior)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Learning for life and work
      • Local and global community
      • Resolve differences
    • PSHE
      • Diversity
      • Health and wellbeing
      • Healthy lifestyles
      • Key attitudes for enterprise
      • Personal and social issues
      • Understanding relationships
      • Work-related learning
    • Physical Education
      • Fitness and health
    More
  • Costa for Schools

    Free curriculum-linked resource exploring the coffee journey from bean to cup

    Ages
    • 11-14 (KS3 // CfE 3)
    Subject
    • Citizenship
      • Diversity
      • Local and global community
      • Understanding relationships
    • PSHE
      • Diversity
    • Geography
      • Connections between places
      • Different scales
      • Interdependence in change
      • People and communities
      • Real places
      • Using maps
    More