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Packaging is a part of our everyday lives but not always fully understood. This collection is designed to cover several subject areas taught at primary school including design and technology, mathematics, science, literacy and history. Written by educational and industry experts, each unit indicates the target age...

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The Association of Animal Behaviour (ASAB) promotes the study of animal behaviour. One of their aims is to encourage the teaching of animal behaviour in schools. This collection of resources focuses on various animals and looks at certain behaviours and what we can learn from them. The teachers' notes provide an...

In the zone

Produced by the Wellcome Trust, In The Zone is a major UK initiative inspired by the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. It has been awarded the London 2012 Inspire Mark and is part of Get Set +, the official London 2012 education programme. Primary resources linked to the topic of animals, including humans, the...

This collection of teaching resources are produced by the Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM) and are intended for use in the primary mathematics classroom. The activities are a mixture of problem-solving tasks, open-ended tasks, games and puzzles designed to develop students' understanding and application...

This collection provides a set of sample chapters from the Shanghai Maths Project Practice Books, aimed at primary level. The practice books are translated and adapted from the bestselling Shanghai Maths programme ‘One Lesson, One Exercise’, which has been used in Shanghai schools for the last 24...

Snap science

Snap Science has been created by a team of leading experts to give subject leaders and teachers the confidence to develop a new scheme of work for science for their school which clearly meets the aims of the new National Curriculum for Science. This collection provides sample activities for each Year group at...

A practical and much-needed resource for the KS1-2 computing curriculum exploring all aspects of computational thinking. The series breaks down this new curriculum subject into four titles covering key topics: computer science, algorithms & coding, applications & programs, and computer networks....

Star science

Star Science is a structured yet flexible programme  covering the UK curriculums.  It provides thematic organisation, a framework of key scientific ideas (the concept chain) and integrated skills work (the skills ladder).

science bug

Science Bug is a hands-on science programme which provides:

  • Inspiring plans, activities and tools – all online and in one place.
  • Practical investigations and outdoor learning to get students doing science with their own hands
  • Interactive Teaching Resources containing videos, animations...

Mathematics Teaching is the journal of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics. It is a professional journal sent to all members of the Association. This is a collection of articles from Mathematics Teaching journal covering a wide range of topics of interest to mathematics teachers of primary school aged...

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