Teaching resources

Oxford University Press to grow its teacher education range

Leading schools publisher Oxford University Press (OUP) is to grow its teaching list with new titles from prominent thinkers in education, including assessment expert Daisy Christodoulou, Mathematics Mastery founder Helen Drury, and teaching method guru Geoff Petty. Responding to the call for more evidence-informed approaches to teaching, the titles will …

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Two first class learning resources from The British Postal Museum & Archive

The British Postal Museum & Archive (BPMA) is an educational charity, home to five centuries of British social, communications and design history. In order to bring the remarkable stories contained within its archive to life for school children across the country it has created two FREE first class interactive learning …

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National Children’s Bureau wins work to tackle homophobic bullying

The National Children’s Bureau (NCB) has been awarded project funding from the Government to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic (HBT) bullying in schools. The Sex Education Forum and the Anti-Bullying Alliance, both based at NCB, have been granted funding from a £2m package of support created by the Department of …

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