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The Teaching Collection contains resources, schemes and ideas for students, teachers and practitioners working across a range of educational settings. Resources include books, big books, artefacts, storysacks, photopacks, flashcards and more. You’ll find the Teaching Collection on Level 1 of The Hive, at the far end of the Children’s Library, near The Studio and The Oasis. There are tables and computers nearby so that you can work with the resources if you wish.

This collection, provided by the University of Worcester, showcases a range of exciting and creative resources which can be used by students, teachers, practitioners, tutors, parents and carers, with children and young people aged 0-18. Come and browse the collection to see what is on offer, or use the search box above to find resources by keyword.

To keep our Teaching Collection up to date and exciting, we welcome your suggestions for new stock. In particular, we would be very interested to hear about current topics, curricula and exam boards being taught in your educational settings. Where are the gaps in our collection? What have you seen which would be a great addition? Please tell us!

We cannot guarantee we will be able to purchase your suggestion, but we will give every response due consideration. Supplying your name and email address is not mandatory and these personal details will not be stored once a reply has been sent. Thank you.

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What is the resource or topic? Why should we provide resources for this topic? What educational level (primary etc)? Please note that we are not able to purchase some resources owing to licence restrictions e.g. CD-ROM and software.
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This may be a link to a suggested resource on Amazon or another site, or a webpage containing information about a topic or area of teaching.
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