Primary

Why Choose Computer Science

Why Choose Computer Science

Video about why to choose a career in Computer Science from CAS.

Level: Secondary

Cost: Free

  • Girls
  • Video
  • Careers
Sploder

Sploder

Create and play online games.

Level: Secondary

  • Games
  • Coding
Goldie Blox

Goldie Blox

Toys and a video to encourage young girls into engineering.

Level: Primary

Cost: Free

  • Girls
  • Coding
  • Engineering
Sesame Street: Make Words

Sesame Street: Make Words

A game for young pupils. Pupils select an appropriate letter to start words. Bert and Ernie narrate and provide clues.

Level: Primary

Cost: Free

  • Ks1
  • Interactive
  • High frequency words
Sesame Street: Playlists

Sesame Street: Playlists

Sesame Street Playlist.. Access a range of videos to develop literacy and engage your pupils.

Level: Primary

Cost: Free

  • Literacy
  • Ks1
  • Ks2
  • Spelling
  • Word recognition
Youtube: Mr Tickle

Youtube: Mr Tickle

See the original Mr Tickle tale brought to life on YouTube.

Level: Primary

Cost: Free

  • Ks1
  • Ks2
  • Video clips
  • Stories
Interactive Mr Happy Story

Interactive Mr Happy Story

An interactive Mr Happy story perfect for shared reading via an IWB.

Level: Primary

Cost: Free

  • Ks1
  • Ks2
  • Iwb
  • Interactive stories
Interactive Mr Small Story

Interactive Mr Small Story

An animated story about Mr Small by Roger Hargreaves. Perfect for shared reading and IWB.

Level: Primary

Cost: Free

  • Interactive whiteboard
  • Ks1
  • Ks2
  • Interactive stories
National Sea Life Centre Resources

National Sea Life Centre Resources

Download this teachers' toolkit which provides a set of stimulating lessons for use in the KS1 classroom. Students are encouraged to investigate marine welfare and conservation and focuses on five key areas of the science curriculum.

Level: Primary

Cost: Free

  • Science
  • Ks1
  • Animals
  • Senses
  • Movement
  • Marine
Michael Gove's new curriculum: what the experts say

Michael Gove's new curriculum: what the experts say

What should we teach our children? Subject specialists read the education secretary's national curriculum plans and respond

Date: Tue 12 Feb 2013

Source: The Guardian

  • Literacy
  • Spelling
  • Reading
  • Grammar
  • National curriculum
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