Fish and chips are one of the national dishes of the UK. During WWII they were not rationed and helped keep up morale on the home front. Learn more about this classic food.
Ginny Morris and Nicky Simmons, from Morris and Simmons Education help you to generate children's interest in the awe and wonder of watching things grow.
There’s nothing like visiting a country to learn its language. But the next best thing is to bring that country to you. Teacher Maggie McNulty, shows you the way.
Teacher and educational writer, Ian Addison, picks out the best tools for using ICT to re-tell stories.
Can your class plan a party fit for a king? Put children’s number skills to the test with these food preparation and party-planning ideas from Antonia Peters.
Give your class all the tools they need to become master influencers with this excellent lesson on persuasive writing.
Embark on a gourmet tour of the globe with your class…
The story of Monkey King’s Party centres on the peach, which is the most...
Hidden away in most of the UK’s cities – and some towns too – are city farms: small oases of countryside among houses ...
Children are bound to warm to Monkey King’s roguish charm – and his multi-faceted character offers lots of scope for creative discussion and drama.