Whether you want to learn English, find out about the latest ideas from the UK, or
discover what the British Council is doing in your own country, this is the place to
Search online for over 18.5 million bibliographic records and discover all about this
great national institution.
The departrment's main site gives access to all the latest Government information and bumph.
The National Archives (UK)
The National Archives Education pages are an on-line teaching resource, structured to tie in
with the History National Curriculum from Key Stages 2 to 5. Designed for teachers, contains a varied range of original sources including documents,
photographs, film and sound recordings.
Covering all aspects of education north of the border, this site has a useful ICT section
aimed specifically at Scottish teachers.
Someone's been listening. Much improved site. Contains information about Ofsted and its
work. Much easier access to individual school reports using a sophisticated search tool
using School name / Address / Post Code etc. All presented in easily read format.
This is a must-visit
site if you are involved in teaching modern foreign languages at KS1
or KS2. It is the national gateway to advice, information and
support for everyone interested in primary language.
Development Agency for Schools (TDA)
This site has recently undergone major changes and is faster and easier to use. If you
need to know what is going on in teacher training and professional
development, both now and in the future, this site
is worth a visit..
Local Government Sites
CLEO Virtual Resource Centre
Cumbria and Lancashire LEA's superb Virtual Resource Centre has
recently been completely updated and is better than
ever. Much of the content has a local slant but
generally applicable. The site is open access for
teachers, parents and pupils anywhere. There is so
Staffordshire Learning Net
Lots of vital information for anyone who works for or lives in Staffordshire and useful
for anyone interested in education and the net. For resources look
at the Subject Areas section and under each subject
look at more about..