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Fake News

Fake News is an item increasingly referred to in the everyday news situation. Particularly since Donald Trump became the President of the USA. Primary school children need to start to learn that all published news is not necessarily genuine. They need to understand...

News for Kids

News for Kids is a written form of news as opposed to the BBC video news stories. It may be more suitable for older children. Its by-line is “Real News, Told Simply.”  This web site covers world news rather than just local news. “The name says it all. NewsForKids.net...

BBC Newsround

Probably the best-known and loved news programme for children is BBC’s Newsround.  It is far more than a news station. it adds games, videos, quizzes, shows, polls and more to entertain and enlighten children. This week it has had to report on the death of the...

Brilliant Teacher Box Sets

Brilliant Teacher Box Sets are bite-sized CPD created and provided freely for teachers.  They are provided by Teachwire, The Teaching Company, and contributed to by the different age strands of Teachwire for the different age groups. There are a range of box sets...

123HUB News – February 2019

  It is February already and the new year is progressing at a pace!  Teachers, why not let the 123HUB save you some of your valuable time and help you to find the right quality resources that you need?   We now have over 2200 great online resources to choose...

Flowol 4

Flowol 4 is being introduced as a free trial. It is an easily downloadable version of the Flowol programming software that schools used to have to buy on floppy disks, or CDs, in order to fulfil the programming (control) part of the ICT curriculum. It looks very...

GlamSci Changing Perceptions of Science

“At GlamSci, we are dedicated to helping disadvantaged men and women into careers and education in STEM. GlamSci’s vision is to take STEM out of the classroom scenario, putting it back into the local community, giving people the reins to control their own educational...

Safer Internet Day Special

A Safer Internet Day special event is being run by 2Simple’s Purple Mash,  along with Childnet and the Safer Internet Centre. It is free for all schools to join and schools do not have to be members of Purple Mash to join the event. Currently there are 390,000 schools...