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The Change4Life has a new resource pack which provides advice and activities to encourage healthy living. There are lots of super ideas on this website for use at both home and school.  

Real Cool Futures

A web site by the Eden Project for teachers, careers advisers and students about working in the many careers that benefit the environment.

First ever graduation ceremony for Children's University students

Over 200 Birmingham students between 7 and 14 years old have graduated at a ceremony at the University of Aston in Birmingham!

The students were presented with their certificates in the Great Hall of the University on Tuesday 2nd March, in...

KS3 Escapes online vote: KS3 pupils are reading, voting and commenting in their hundreds

Birmingham Key Stage 3 pupils have been voting and commenting like mad this week – but not enough to save Parliament of Blood by Justin Richards or Escape from Genopolis by T.E. Berry-Hart.

Over 1000 votes have been received so far –...

Giving Nation Challenge

Why not take up the Giving Nation Challenge? This initiative aims to boost learning about charities, social enterprises and individual giving. It does this by giving students £50 per class to start up a social enterprise,...

New Early Years RE Site Launched

A new Dottie and Buzz site presenting RE and Christianity for the early years has been lauched. 10 photo stories with accompanying songs, craft activities...

Chance to be Chancellor

Here's a great way to develop financial and political awareness in students. "Paying for it" is an economic citizenship programme where young people are challenged on how best to distribute government money.

Internet safety lessons for all primary pupils from 2011

As part of Click Clever, Click Safe, the government's new e-safety strategy, lessons in using the internet safely will be compulsory for all primary schoolchildren in England from 2011.

Currently only secondary school pupils receive internet...

It's a bugs life!

Here's a great new website from the Health Protection Agency. It teaches pupils about hygiene and infection and contains lesson plans, games and quizzes. Well worth a look!

E-bug (Health Protection Agency)
This new schools website from the Health Protection Agency offers a wide range of lesson plans, worksheets and multimedia activities. Topics include Swine Flu, microbes antibiotics and immunity.
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