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Award-winning numeracy, literacy and creative activities spanning Early Years, Key Stage 1 and 2


Create, edit, style, save, share, publish, blog, vote, review! Integrated online tools for use across the curriculum


Regular interviews and live video conferences with some of the best contemporary children's authors


EYFS Spotlight is a way of highlighting the many varied resources that LGfL offers to help your Early Years Foundation Stage setting by providing topic maps and planning


Simply-drawn, colourful symbols for use in SEND, EAL and beyond to illustrate concepts in a clear and concise way


The goal is to support creative activities that promote critical reflection and honest conversation within school communities. enabling all members to engage with issues that matter


Immersive Learning - Create user-generated immersive environments and scenarios using an iPad the Sandbox platform and a creative mind


Switch-compatible literacy tool from SEN Assist for SEND pupils but ideal for EYFS too


Featuring expert video, Fossils and Dinosaurs features the development of life on our planet over billions of years.


An interactive benchmark document for teachers from CAS (Computing at School) for the Primary curriculum


Simple and effective advice for non-specialist Art teachers to inspire creative art activities at school


Our hub is a 'one-stop-shop' for all of LGfL’s computing resources, joining together various resources from the portfolio, including a SoW, training and much more


Online training units to support practitioners working with black and minority ethnic (BME) children and those learning English as an additional language (EAL)


Vocational support (getting a job, interviews, training and dealing with work problems) for SEND pupils


Unique access to curated collections of high-resolution images from a range of national cultural institutions, all licensed for educational use


Photo-based resources for pupils with social and communication needs, especially those with autism


Advice on supporting young people with bereavement; including a sudden death, having honest conversations about death and grief and more


This resource features experienced senior leaders from the LGfL community who have shared their insights into the role of iPad to deliver effective teaching and learning in their schools


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