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Sketchbooks in Schools: supporting creativity for teachers and pupils   

The Sketchbooks in Schools Digital Conversation Space is primed to become one of the most innovative teaching and learning resources designed to promote, inspire and enable creative thought and action in schools.

Directed by award-winning AccessArt (...

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Replacement History GCSE spec for GCSE History B (F/SC)(3042)(3047)   

These History GCSE exam specifications A and B are being replaced by two news ones for first teaching from September 2009:

  • GCSE History A Schools History Project (a choice of options: in-depth, by period, locally or across cultures): full...
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History on BGfL    
Foundations in RE: Latest document   

Are you a Foundation provider, trying to provide religious education in the six main faiths to young children?

SACRE has recommended the use of the 'Foundations in RE' to support those involved in or considering providing Religious...

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Foundation (EYFS) on BGfL    
OCR GCSE pilot - a first in 'Making Sense of Religion'?   

The new Religious Studies GCSE, 'Religion and Belief in Today’s World', is described by OCR as offering the first approach that requires students to study two or more religions in an interfaith framework.

The syllabus requires candidates to look at issues such as community cohesion and valuing diversity using this approach. The specification is based on the recommendations from the 2007 Ofsted report '...

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BGfL hosts linux distros and more   

As a new service, BGfL network services are now hosting a number of Linux Distributions and other popular files on a new FTP site at

Currently hosted there at the moment are:

ESXi 3.5
Fedora 10
RHEL Server 5.3
Ubuntu 8.10

and MS Service...

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NEW! Early Years Foundation Stage site on BGfL   

Birmingham Grid for Learning has now replaced the Foundation Stage site with the latest Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) area at!

The EYFS site offers all Early Years and Foundation providers with an enticingly...

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Winner of KS3 Chills: Coraline or Scared to Death? Results today!   

Schools Library Service is proud to announce the winner of the 2009 KS3 Chills Book Award!! It is "Scared to Death" by Alan Gibbons which narrowly beat "Coraline: the graphic novel" by Neil Gaiman. Well done to Turves Green...

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Population Growth   

World population is fast approaching 7 billion. While the global population grows rapidly, it is a threat to the efforts to battle global warming and to maintain sustainable development. In this article, John Feeney argues that population...

Population Growth     28/02/2009
Send my friend 09   

"Send my friend" a campaign for the education of children in underdeveloped countries.  They have launched a new website with lesson plans, case studies and other resources, all on a theme of global education.

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Global Gateway   

Linking your school to a global partner is a wonderful way to not only motivate students but also teachers too. Contact the 'Global' site to receive more information and the types of support on offer.

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