Resources for the classroom
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Download our classroom resources
As teachers and advisers, we recognise the pivotal role you have in supporting your students. So we've created a range of online activities, workshops and resources to help KS2-KS5 students shape their future.
Access and download what you need on demand, when you need it. And get more resources as they're added throughout the academic year.
Many of our primary and secondary workshops can also be booked and delivered in person or virtually at your school, in-line with government guidelines and procedures. Find out more about this on our pre-16 events and activities page.
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New resources to support home learning
We've also created suite of resources, live workshops and activities for students to access from home.
These can be set as part of your remote learning package, shared with parents and guardians or accessed by students directly.
Our popular Getting Started workshop for year 5–6 pupils, focusing on careers, further and higher education.
There are big decisions facing KS3 students. Explore how these impact choices at KS5 and beyond in this workshop.
Build effective study skills, explore wellbeing and mindfulness techniques, and learn how to manage stress and anxiety.
How do your students learn best? Our interactive activity helps students discover their learning preferences through a short quiz.
Having a space to study at home is important for productivity, homework and revision. This activity gives students tips on creating a productive study space.
Mindfulness techniques can help in times of stress and anxiety. Our video and tips guide students with mindfulness techniques that they can use at home.
Using our resources for the classroom – webinar
Watch our Resources for the Classroom webinar as we showcase the range of resources available, how to book our workshops and demonstrate how some of these might be used in the classroom.
Find out about what you can access and download on demand to use in your classroom this academic year in this video.