Useful learning resources …

There are several organisations which provide a range of resources ... Into Film: resources and recommended films to explore a variety of topics across black British history, black talent in…

Fairtrade Schools: This topic is tea. Patrick Kaberia talks about climate change and the impact it is having on tea farmers in the part of Kenya where he lives.

Fairtrade Schools: Fairtrade Family Portrait is a series of four films (from Amie, Sidie, Lucia and Beshey), complete with activity packs, to help you learn what it means to be a Fairtrade cocoa farmer.

Practical Action: Ditch the dirt is an exciting, free STEM challenge for pupils aged 8-14 years. It enables pupils to investigate ways of making dirty water cleaner through sieving and filtering.

Into Film: activities to support children, young people and their families to gain a fun, educational benefit from film watching  Their latest films are featuring sports

British Council: Here are the latest resources for young people to learn about pandemics.  Especially like the online matching activity in challenge two.

Bumble Bee Conservation Trust: Free educational activities are designed for children and young persons from age 4 to 11+ to develop their knowledge and understanding of bumblebees

Devon Wildlife Trust – Marvellous Minibeasts is the nickname used to describe all the ‘little creatures’ in the world.

World Ocean Day: Ocean resources have been organised by age, time and learning theme. Choose the relevant options and the resources will appear automatically.  

Recycle Devon School – provides a wide range of resources to help teach children how to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Compost

Arts and Health South West: A regional campaign across the South West asking people what creative activities are helping them look after their own wellbeing.

100 Great Black Britons: Looking for a fun and educational activity to do with your children at home? This competition is for you! Alone or in a group, create a unique and exciting way to celebrate Great Black Britons.

One World Centre, Isle of Man: Documenting daily life around the world during Covid-19 

UNICEF: For children aged 4-10, Paddington’s Postcards is a wonderful way to teach how other children and families live around the world.

The Eden Project in Cornwall: Select All Categories and Learn at home the click Show selection to find Eden at Home

Practical Action:

BBC Bitesize:

Primary School Self-Study materials from Uganda:

The Stephen Lawrence Trust: