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Everyone Matters resources challenge homophobic bullying and empower teachers and students to challenge negative attitudes

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

A flexible, interactive whiteboard resource for explaining difficult teaching points with high visual impact

More than 400 activities mapped to the Numeracy framework, created for whole-class teaching with an interactive whiteboard

A film drama exploring the issues young people face as they transition to adulthood and independent living

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

Guildhall Young Artists is Guildhall School’s network of centres across the country, providing inspiring performing arts training for children and young people

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

Empowering and connecting educators with the tools and knowledge they need to succeed

Exploring effective Teaching and Learning with technology; putting pedagogical intentions first, and the technology serving those intentions second

Inspiring contemporary dance resources for Key Stages 2 to 5 with the Ballet Boyz

Learn, practise, excavate! Decode history from the ground up with augmented reality

The benchmark document from CAS (Computing at School) for the Secondary curriculum has been webified to create an interactive guide for teachers

HTML, CSS and JavaScript – intuitive, user-friendly tool ideal for absolute beginners and great for experienced and inexperienced teachers

The Young Interpreter Scheme® (YIS) provides additional support to pupils who are learning English as an Additional Language (EAL), to their families and to schools

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