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A professional storyteller offers advice to teachers on how to incorporate storytelling across the curriculum using images, objects and structure

LGfL's online weather station network gathers data every minute of every day, building a significant data archive

Bringing leading theatre critics into your classroom to mentor drama and English students on 'the art of review writing'

Creative Cloud provides apps, web services, and resources for all your creative projects — photography, graphic design, video editing, UX design, drawing and painting, social media, and more

Helping tomorrow’s professionals start thinking about their digital security today (aimed at KS2 and 3)

Cross-curricular architecture resource for London Secondary Schools featuring three unique buildings in London

LGfL's curriculum blog is a resource for teachers and other educators looking for inspiration and support on all aspects of the curriculum, from early years to secondary. It features regular posts on a wide range of topics.

Art, Liberty and Slavery from 1807; resources about George Bridgetower and his relationship with Beethoven

Free repository of images contributed by teachers across the UK – all copyright-cleared for use in teaching & learning

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