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#brewEDConstantly used hashtag on twitter which links to the latest posts from the BrewED community - regional networks of teachers sharing resources, articles, content and just general sharing and caringAll ThroughVaried
#edutwitterConstantly used hashtag on twitter which links to the latest posts from the education sector relating to resources, articles, content and just general sharing.All ThroughVaried
#HomeLearningUKHomeLearningUK' is being led by educators who have come together to offer time and expertise to support colleagues, parents and students in the UK and beyond. In light of the Covid19 pandemic and potential school closure this website is designed to share ideas, solutions, plans and support.All ThroughVaried
#IWillInformation and resources for young people and the sectors that support them from #iwill campaign partners and their wider networks. They will also keep a running feed of the ways young people are responding to this crisis.Secondary+Youth Social Action
#mfltwitteratiConstantly used hashtag on twitter which links to the latest posts from Modern Foreign Languages Teacher relating to resources & content.All ThroughMFL
#TwitterStaffroomTES Staffroom is a useful resource and place for a chat for TeachersAll ThroughAll Subjects
AdaptAdaptive study planner and intelligent organiser. Stay on top of all your work, wherever you are.SecondaryAll Subjects
Amazon UK Working with our partner Fire-Tech we are taking our Amazon Future Engineer programme offer online aiming to reach around 5,000 children (aged 12-17 years and their teachers) with a custom platform which teaches Python coding through problem solving challenges and includes gamification. There are currently four units that were designed to take about four hours each, plus a fifth review module, for 20-25 hours of curriculum. 12-17 years and their teachersComputing & STEM
AppleApple resources to help learning from home.All ThroughAll Subjects
Apps for GoodApps for Good have adapted three of their courses to ensure young people can build tech products to solve problems that they care about, whilst studying at home with their families. Completely free, with no sign up or log in requiredAll throughComputing &
Association for Science EducationA collection of remote learning lesson plans from the national professional body for science teachers @theASEPrimary, Year 1-6Science
Atom LearningOffering free, interactive online lessons for pupils aged between 8 - 12 in English, maths, verbal reasoning and non-verbal reasoning. Our lessons are hosted by professional teachers.8-12English, Maths, verbal and non-verbal reasoning
AudibleFree streaming of many stories across all age groups.All AgesReading
Audible StoriesFor as long as schools are closed, we're open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All AgesReading/ Literacy
Author ReadingsA list of when and where authors are doing online readings of their workPrimaryReading
Barclays Life Skills - Educators of AdultsEducator homepage with lessons and supporting content on a range of topics, including: Understanding your zones of control, Keeping safe against cybercrime, Planning your personal budget, Money Advice Service content on emergency financesAdultsLife Skills
Barclays Life Skills - Educators of Young PeopleEducator homepage with lessons and supporting content on a range of topics, including: Wellbeing, Staying digitally safe, Managing money and budgeting, Recognising skills, Problem solving and Building a positive online reputationTeachersLife Skills
Barclays Life Skills - Money AdviceReally driving The Money Advice Service guidance which has content on emergency finances as well as articles we have on wellbeing, working from home and staying motivated.

Secondary +Money Advice

Barclays fraud and scams hub
BBC BitesizeRevision resources for all subjectsAll throughAll Subjects
BBC CoursesNo longer updated but good sources of resourcesAll throughAll Subjects
BBC TeachVideos and resources across a huge range of subjects and ages, including Bitesize.All ThroughAll Subjects
BeReady Group - Greenshaw TrustFree online platform with Summer curriculum for all UK schools. Remote curriculum now available for Summer Term 2020
BeReady is a free, online, interactive learning platform for secondary school teachers and school children aged 11–18.
11-18All Subjects
Big History ProjectAimed at Secondary age. Multi disciplinary activities.SecondaryHistory
BLAM CharityFree African & Caribbean worksheets for children in Keystages 2,3 and 4.KS2, KS3, KS4Black History/ Culture
BlocklyGames for tomorrow's programmers.BeginnersProgramming
Bloomsbury EducationBloomsbury Activity Packs, Teaching Notes and Posters - all free to download Early Years and Primary (0-11)Variety (linked to English)
Bloomsbury Education Early Years Website - We’ve made our online library of activities to do with children between 0-5 years free of charge during the coronavirus pandemicEarly Years (0-5)Variety
Blue Peter BadgesChildren can apply for different badges by completing different activities like creative writing, environmental photography, music and sports acheivements/ passions, outstanding acheivements.Primary - KS4Literacy, Sport, Music, Citezenship, Georgraphy & Environment
Boromi - #DailyPlayBoromi is an award-winning network of in-school play libraries, on a mission to empower every parent to support and nurture their child’s early development through powerful, purposeful play together at home, where it matters most.

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Boromi have taken their play libraries online to keep offering support to families - sharing a #dailyplay activity each morning, using just bits and bobs from around the house; empowering families to keep talking, keep playing and keep learning, together!
EYFS & KS1Variety
BossMathsAll student-facing resources (slides, videos, interactive applets, and question generators) are accessible free, with no login required, and no ads.SecondaryMaths
Brainy MathsBrainy Maths was established in 2017 using research from Educational Neuroscience to help develop the number skills of children in the early years.

The main drive behind the programme is to work towards tackling the social disparity in maths achievement by building strong foundations in number from an early age.
Early YearsMaths
British CouncilBritish Council's classroom resources, to enhance the classroom experience, explore different cultures, discuss international issues and carry out joint projects. These resources are easily accessible and tailored to meet your needs. The topics covered are applicable to all age ranges.All ThroughEnglish Language, History, Geography, Culture, Politics
British Library - Discovering LiteratureBritish Library online resources that provide primary and secondary resources regarding literature from different eras. Quick to download. Can also set articles as higher / challenge level content.SecondaryEnglish, History, Culture
Brook Sexual Health Charity FREE resources to support convesations at home & to help teachers prepare for #RSE lessonsSecondary+RSE lessons
BT Skills For TomorrowDigital and tech support and skills for individuals of all ages and families getting used to learning from home.All agesDigital/ Tech
Building equity and community centered movements, organisations and leadership.A collection of videos created by Teach for All. Each speaks to a different element of building equity and community centred movements, organisations and leadership.Teen/ AdultDiversity Equality & Inclusion
CBeebiesCBeebies helps pre-schoolers learn whilst they play fun games, watch clips, sing songs and make things with their favourite CBeebies characters and shows.EYFSAll Subjects
Cbeebies RadioListening activities for the younger ones.EYFS & PrimaryVariety
Centre for Education and Youth Youtube Short videos on research and evidence in education, particularly relating to disadvantaged and vulnerable young peopleAll throughEducation Research & Social action
CenturyIt creates a recommended path of learning for each student based on their strengths and areas for improvement in Maths, English and Science.All ThroughEnglish, Maths, Science
CK-12A non-profit organization dedicated to increasing access to high quality educational materials for K-12 students all over the world (Nursery to Year 11).All throughAll Subjects
Clare's Coaching for KidsA question a day for parents to take to their kids and use to get to know them better. All distractions away and just some quality talking time. All AgesMental Health/ Parental Engagement
CogSciSciCogSciSci is a grassroots group of teachers and other education professionals looking to promote the use of cognitive science in school science teaching. We started as just a small group on Twitter, and are now over 800 members. KS4 & KS5Science
Connecting Classrooms through Global LearningFree education packs designed around the sustainable development goals. Media Literacy, Renewable Energy, Clean Water, Gender Equality and more. Each pack has a range of activities that can work as projects, and can easily be done at home. Primary and SecondaryEach pack comes with curriculum links and ideas.
Corbett MathsWorksheets, challenges, videos and other exam resources for Primary and secondary.Primary and
Cosmic YogaYoga, mindfulness and relaxation for kids.
Interactive adventures which build strength, balance and confidence - and get kids into yoga and mindfulness early!
Cowen PhysicsPhysics revision videos for GCSE and A Level students.GCSE & A
Crash CourseYou Tube videos on many subjectsAll throughVariety
Crash Course KidsYou Tube videos about all sorts of Science topics and aimed at primary aged childrenPrimaryScience
Crest AwardsScience awards you can complete from home.KS3+Science
Digimaps for schoolsDigimap for Schools is an award winning online mapping service for use by teachers and pupils. Digimap for Schools supports cross-curricula teaching of geography, maths, literacy, and history and also enables teachers and pupils to gain critical digital and data skills.

The service is designed for use by children as young as 5, and up to 16 years. Teachers and pupils can customise maps to tell a story - by adding pictures, graphs or climate information to support creative, engaging and interactive teaching and learning.
DK Find OutFun facts, Activities and quizzesPrimaryVariety
Dr Frost MathsDrFrostMaths provides an online learning platform, teaching resources, videos and a bank of exam questions, all for free.
Secondary, 16+MathsEnglish
Dundee Science CentreHome Learning Programme - Each week we will be offering a range of activities around a single topic. "fun facts about eggs this week"All agesScience
DuolingoLearn languages for free. Web or app.KS3+Languages
EdaptLooking for practical advice and support regarding your employment throughout the COVID-19 crisis? We have made all of support articles free and are creating new articles every day. Topics include teacher pay throughout the COVID crisis, exams and assessment, mental health support to QTS and NQT expecations.All-throughTeacher employment, pay and advice for working throughout the COVID-19 crisis
Edgehill UniversityEach week we have a timetabled plan of live activities designed to provide support to individuals from Years 7 to 13 and Access, where any student can book on themselves and watch a live presentation on a specific topic delivered by one of our Education Liaison Team.Yrs 7 - 13All Subjects
Edgehill UniversityA collated hub of resources from a wide range of sources.Early Years to University levelAll Subjects
Educators Against Covid-19We are a group of teachers and parents creating resources to teach students about Covid-19, especially focused on helping develop the critical thinking skills to avoid fake news around Covid-19.All ThroughCovid-19 Specifically
EdutaitVideos, pep talks and tips to support parents homeschooling their children.All ThroughMental Health, Wellbeing, advice
Empathy WeekProjects and resources to get pupils engaged in social action projects - Links to all subjectsAll ThroughAll
English Comprehensioncomprehension booklets for KS3 by Laura RowlandKS3All Subjects
English MasteryEnglish resources. Created by Ark Curriculum Plus and free to access (usually a paid for service that schools can buy in to)Primary & SecondaryEnglish
EtonXEton College has opened it's courses for free to seconrady schools: EtonX, from Eton College, provides online future skills courses to students aged 14-20. Our courses enhance academic performance today and prepare students for a successful future at university and in the workplace. Our courses are 100% online and take place in our virtual classroom led by an EtonX tutor.Ages 14-20All Subjects
EY Matters - Resources for ChildrenA selection of resources to support you with children during the Coronavirus Pandemic. This will include film clips, songs and activities, all free to access.PrimaryAll Subjects
Family LinksOur Parent Zone has a number of free resources that may be useful for practitioners and parents, as well as a link to our free online parenting course, hosted by Netmums. We also offer an online course on Mental and Emotional Health in Schools which may be useful for staff working in education. All AgesMental Health
First GiveFully resourced 3 lesson SOW with online competition for students to explore social issues and deliver remote/digital social action plans for the benefit of their communities. Each month the FG team will select a winner who will win £200 for a chosen charity.SecondaryCitizenship; PSHE; Personal developmentEmail or - the programme will be launched close to the beginning of Summer Term 2020
Fitness BlenderWorkout videos for every fitness level.
Absolutely free.
All AgesPE, wellbeing
Futrum CareersFree magazine and educational resources linking Secondary & 16+ subjects to real life applications and careers.Secondary, 16+Maths, Science, Careers
Future LearnShort online courses from top universities and specialist organisations.HE/ Adult LearningAll Subjects
GameplanA free games-based website for KS2 and KS3 pupils to learn all about higher education and university. A six lesson scheme of work is available on the site for teachers which can be adapted for in-school or remote delivery.Primary/SecondaryHigher Education
GCSE PodWith pedagogical content knowledge for 27 GCSE/ IGCSE subjects, GCSEPod make it easy to learn and revise from wherever you are, on any device and it particularly suited to remote learning.Key Stage 4All Subjects
GeogboxAn example of subject relevant TV show to sign post to students for book reports/ projects. I think this is out of date, but a good inspiration to create something similar. (See LitFlix in this list).SecondaryGeography
Geography Games
Geography gaming!All throughGeography
Get my GradesOnline learning platform that enables students to learn, revise and assess themselvesSecondaryEnglish Maths & Science
Go NoodleMovement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts.PrimaryMindfulness & PE
Greenshaw Learning Trust Youtube ChannelGLT have put forward a quality, interactive,remote curriculum Yr 7-10 created by teachers.
Every day we have a lessons for Years 7-10 across a range of subject. This is free for all until schools reopen.
Everything is will be free to use for every teacher and every pupil.
SecondaryAll subjects
Hegarty MathsTool for setting and tracking maths homework tasks.Upper Primary to GCSEMaths
HighFour CompetitionsMonthly online competitions in multiple subjects (Mathematics, General Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, World History) for students in grades 4-12 (depending on subject). Competitions are for teams or for individuals (both available) and teachers have access to set assignments to their students from past comp. questions.Grades 4-12Mathematics (4-12), Gen. Sciences (4-10), Biology (9-12), Chemistry (9-12), Physics (9-12), World History (9-12)www.highfour.coEmail for free access.
History TeachersHistory home learning resources from a wide range of teachersUpper Primary to GCSEHistory
Hour of CodeFun coding activities for KS2 and KS3PrimaryComputer Science
I'm an Engineer, Stay at HomeA way of connecting school students online with real engineers to allow them to ask questions and chat. It’s all moderated and safe and a great way for teachers to get their students involved in real careers learning at the moment. AllSTEM - Engineering
Idea by Century TechHome learning digital enterprise skills - Social Media, Blockchain, e-safety, virtual reality
iDEA is the digital and enterprise equivalent of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award with short courses and badges to be earned
KS3+Digital Enterprise
IET - Institution of Engineering and TechnololgyFree STEM resources for primary and secondary school children.
Home learning teaching resources and activities for 5-16 years old (Key Stage 1, KS2, KS3 and KS4) including lesson plans, handouts and videos.
KS1, KS2, KS3,

Key Stage 1 & 2 (Primary):
Key Stage 3 & 4 (Secondary):
Inside Out for ChildrenWeekly Wellbeing Guide - fun and simple activities for teachers and parents to use with children during Covid-19 home-schooling period.Ks1 and 2Religious Education and Health Education (REHE) on the Inside Out '5 Keys to Happiness' - Look Inside, Move Outside, Share More, Be Curious, Be Kind - our Weekly Wellbeing Guide offers a practical framework to explore wellbeing and happiness with Primary aged children during this challenging time - Because Happy Children Learn Better. The Weekly Wellbeing Guide is visual and easy to read; perfect to either share in school newsletters (by PDF or embedded link), or to upload on your school's website.
Institute of Physics IOPSparkRegular updates on support provided by Institute of Physics (IOP) including resources and CPDPhysics
Isle of TuneEducational website for making music visuallyPrimaryMusic
Kensington Aldridge Academy Teaching & Learning handbookKensington Aldridge Academy has developed this guide thanks to the creativity and innovation of their departments and individual teachers. The principles outlines in this document were formed after a review of best practice from the first weeks of operation.Secondary TeachersTeaching & Learning
Khan AcademyFree Online ResourcesAll throughAll Subjects
Learn Live UKLearn Live seeks to inspire the next generation through engaging and interactive live broadcasts direct into the classroom.With FREE access to a wide variety of live interactive broadcasts and video on demand with live chat support, you can educate your class on careers and health education.SecondaryCareers & Employability
Learning in lockdownAn Early Years teacher and mum of two children under 6 has collated some of the resources, ideas and routines she's using to keep her children's learning going when schools close.Early YearsVariety
Literacy ShedOnline resources for literacy.PrimaryEnglish
Literacy Trust Family ZoneA bank of resources for teachers and families to access.0-12English