Sites of relevance
Here are a wide variety of websites that The Teaching Executives consider to be of relevance and a very useful resource for schools and teachers.
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Resources for after school clubs.
Association of Teachers of Mathematics.
A wide range of information and materials for developing resources provided by the BBC.
- www.dfes.gov.uk | www.standards.dfes.gov.uk
The Department for Education & Skills (DFES) standards site is home to the QCA schemes of work. It also provides links to the curriculum and information for Supply Teachers via Teachernet.
English resources for Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4 and A’ level.
Online secondary resources, lesson plans and schemes of work for teaching English.
The General Teaching Council for England (GTC). The General Teaching Council for England, as the professional body for teaching, provides an opportunity for teachers to shape the development of professional practice and policy, and to maintain and set professional standards.
The General Teaching Council for Wales is the independent self-regulating body for the teaching profession in Wales. As well as press releases, the website of the GTCW provides information about teacher registration, the first agreed Professional Code for Teachers in Wales, and details of how disciplinary cases are referred to the Council. The website can be viewed in Welsh or English.
Plans, photocopiable resources and homework ideas for a variety of subjects.
The site provides resources internet links and over 170 free worksheets for secondary school music teachers and pupils. The site is updated regularly with new schemes of work, resources, games, quizzes and interactivities!
Factsheets for use with Penguin readers as class texts. The Website provides background information, photocopiable activities, teacher's notes, progress tests and answer keys.
National Grid approved free lesson plans, activities and ideas for primary teachers.
The Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA). The QCA maintain and develop the national curriculum and associated assessments, tests and examinations as well as accrediting qualifications in colleges and at work. They regulate awarding bodies and exams to ensure they are fit for purpose.
A resource site for language teachers, providing ESL lesson plans, flashcards and other teaching resources.
Free independent reviews and resources for teachers and schools.
Teaching tips to create dynamic learning by incorporating ICT into lessons.
Provides fresh and inspiring teaching resources from Foundation Stage to Key Stage 3.
A website supported by the DFES. It is an online facility for teaching resources.
The Association of Teachers & Lecturers
The National Association of Head Teachers
The National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers
The National Agency responsible for providing information and expert opinion on vocational, academic and professional skills and qualifications from over 180 countries worldwide.
Teaching resources for English, Drama and Media Studies from primary to post 16. The online library offers classroom materials, schemes of work, lesson plans and teaching tools.
The University of Exeter Centre for Innovation in Mathematics teaching. Provides free Mathematics resources.
Lesson plans, resources and webquests.
Times Educational Supplement provides news, resources and advertises education vacancies. Also includes an online forum for supply teachers to share information and network with others.
A geography portal for teachers and students. Provides free teaching resources, revision guides, tutorials, a baseline assessment pack, links to exam boards, outline maps, case studies and virtual fieldwork.
The Association of Teachers’ Website.
Letts Educational provides study and revision guides to all ages from pre-school to AĠ level.
The National Association for Special Educational Needs
Free resources, advice and articles for those interested in special needs and technology.
Longman publishing specialising in all subject areas at all levels.
English Language and English Literature revision, coursework and exam help.
Provides links to useful educational sites for Primary and Secondary teachers, pupils and parents, organised by subject area. Teachers are also able to visit the virtual school for a range of online lessons.
An interactive website for those teaching and learning History.
THE MARINA DALGLISH APPEAL
The Marina Dalgish Appeal was set up by Kenny and his wife Marina in 2004, following her battle with breast cancer. Click to learn more and support this very worthy cause.
The Government's website for all public services. The section on Education and Learning provides much useful information such as the latest school performance tables, etc.
SAVE THE FAMILY
A charity set-up solely to help families stay together who have been made homeless through no fault of their own, and prevent their children from being taken into care.
The TES is Britain’s leading publication covering the world of primary, secondary and further education, as well as the market leader for teaching job vacancies.
ChildLine is the free helpline for children and young people in the UK. Children and young people can call 0800 1111 to talk about any problem.