FREE TEACHING RESOURCES
Prospero’s Free Teaching Resources
- Free Teaching Resources – if you are one of our long term or guarantee pay teachers you will receive classroom based teaching packs by key stage and year, to support you as much as possible.
- Blogs¬†– read about our latest blogs and regular updates from our team of teachers and educational experts – lesson plans that we have created or ideas and hot tips for teachers, NQTs and anyone working in education
- Prospero staff downloadable¬†eg courses (including free accredited Safeguarding), our internal teachers library of books and resources.
- Free, accredited CPD
- Online timesheets
Online resource sites
- Online resources
- Educational websites
The following list of websites will provide you with information and support for Teaching and Learning.
BBC Schools – www.bbc.co.uk/schools
A gateway for pupils, teachers and parents alike. Get help with homework, log onto school forums, download teaching activities…etc.
Best Sites for Teachers – www.sitesforteachers.com
A web portal for educators, including lesson plans, worksheets, activities and clip art.
Primary Resources – www.primaryresources.co.uk
Lesson plans, activity ideas and resources for Primary teachers.
School Resources – www.schoolresources.co.uk
For education information, resources and ICT for teachers and students. Please note that some of the content on this site is out of
date, so you should use it selectively.
Schoolzone – www.schoolzone.co.uk
An online community that evaluates the most useful education resources and compiles the information into a monthly newsletter.
Teaching Ideas – www.teachingideas.co.uk
An online resource for primary teachers where you can download or share activities, lesson plans and teaching strategies.
The following websites include government agencies providing information relating to the UK curriculum, teaching and learning, training and development, information technologies, local and federal government. Access links to directories, online services, news and information of relevance to education at the click of a button.
Department for Education – www.education.gov.uk
Search official information on education and skills.
OFSTED – www.ofsted.gov.uk
Ofsted is the inspectorate for children and learners in England. The agency contributes to the provision of better education and care through effective inspection and regulation.
Is a website run by a charity that educates young people to be responsible in how, where and when they use their mobile phones as well as how to avoid becoming a victim of fraud. To that end they have created resource packs for teachers to use with students between the ages of 7 to 16 linking with the national curriculum areas of Business Studies, Citizenship and ICT.
Improving Teaching and learning – www.ssatuk.co.uk/
Inspiring innovation and improvement in schools. SSAT exists for schools and is led by them. They believe leaders and practitioners in schools are best placed to shape, promote and deliver improvements and developments in our education system.