A site crammed full of downloadable stuff with ideas for using them. Lots of subjects each
with its collections of useful printables. Go! See! You can't help but find it useful.
This is the American Educational Resources Information Centre, which is federally
funded. It contains a resource collection, a collection of lesson plans on a wide variety
of school subjects, a question answering service and question archive and a database of
abstracts of journal articles and documents.
A to Z Teachers Stuff
An American site with a large number of ready-prepared lessons for
classes of all ages. Really useful
Free Worksheets Links page
A collection of links to freely available worksheets for a variety of subjects / ages.
This is a resource bank. Search by subject. Looks good. If we haven't got it they
might have (Only you'll have to subscribe and pay an annual fee!).
The homepage of the Discovery Channel School. Holds lesson plans on a wide range of
subjects linked to their programmes.
A portal to education related sites aimed at school managers and administrators.
Education and Government Sites
A useful collection of education and government weblinks.
A guide to education-related sites on the web. Easy to navigate.
for Educational Excellence
Hundreds of education resources supported by agencies across the U.S.
Gareth Pitchford's Primary
Loads of useful information with an ever-increasing number of useable worksheets for all
levels and subjects. Well worth a visit.
An American site. The key to one-stop, any-stop access to high quality lesson plans,
curriculum units and other education resources on the Internet!
Graham & Lin Dean's
Graham's resources are mainly for KS2 Geography and Literacy. There are links for teachers in both primary and secondary
education. Also photographs and other resources for
including photographs of the River Ribble - from source to sea, Bridges (illustrated
hypertext reference file) along with other bits and pieces.
Hamilton Trust (Save Our Sundays)
Access to preprepared lesson plans for English and Maths. Plans are
categorised by subject, year group and school term. This is a really
useful site. A few of the resources are available for free -
everything is available for members (individual membership costs £12
Lots of online lessons (mostly history and English, but some science
and music). Many of the lessons are similar in style to our own
The Lighthouse for Learning
Formerly the Lighthouse for Education this site is in the throes of
being reorganised. (There's still plenty of available content in the
Belonging to NE Lincolnshire LEA, this site has advice for teachers, safe searching and
links lists. Worth a visit.
Website for Herriott Watt University. Information from the faculties and admissions and
lots of links to subject specific information. Most useful to upper secondary / tertiary
RHL School Worksheets
Another American site. The place on the Web to get an enormous supply of free quality
worksheets for teaching, reinforcement, and review. Looking for lesson plans? Many of
these worksheets can serve as the basis for lessons.
The UK's most comprehensive FREE information resource for schools: 30,000 urls chosen by
teachers, for teachers, students and parents.Also lesson plans, schemes of work, events
listings, school info, buy on line, info about suppliers, educational news digest and job
Sites for Teachers
A listing of more than 450 websites that teachers may find useful.
This is a really slick links list, concentrating on scientific topics and including links
for KS2 up to A Level. Lots of useful links.
Teaching and Learning Resources
A beautifully presented site with lots of useful links and many
online resources. There is also a collection of fun activities for
children. Diane Hawkins, who's site it is, says, The purpose of
this site is to provide stimulating, interactive learning resources
to support the National Curriculum for England and Wales for
children in Key Stage 2.
Ideas for Primary Teachers
Just what it says - Resources and ideas. Highly recommended.
TeachersFirst is an American site offering a rich collection of
lessons, units, and web resources designed to save teachers time by
delivering just what they need in a practical, user-friendly, and
They have their own resources and lists of web
The Teachers' Resource Exchange
Run by BECTA, this site is a place where teachers can share their
good ideas / lesson plans / resources etc. You can submit resources
and ideas of your own and / or comment on / add to the ideas and
resources which have been submitted by others.
This is well worth a visit. American-based but crammed full of useful goodies. Worksheets,
lessonplans, games and puzzles, free stuff to download and an excellent set of links
A highly recommended site with an impressive list of links to sites covering many areas of
education in the UK. This site currently lists 840 sites and has an easy search facility.
The layout is simple and quick to use. Well worth a visit!
An American idea tranferred to a UK NC context, each web quest is a task which requires
interent research to complete it. Each task is linked to one of the units in the QCA
scheme. "Each WebQuest is a self contained learning experience designed to
encourage pupils to reconstruct knowledge, thus learning more effectively." Well
worth a close look.
The UK govenment's own information service. Keep up to date with
what's going on.
Woodland Wide Web
This is the website of Woodland Grange Primary School in
Leicestershire. It is an excellent example of a school website,
providing a showcase for the school and its children and a great
collection of on-line educational activities (Oh - and some games
A huge collection of MS PowerPoint presentations, produced by
teachers for teachers. Each
one is given a star rating and there is information about the
download size. They are free to download. This looks really useful.