The Prehistoric Society launches educational blog

A range of teaching resources is now available on a dedicated blog by the Prehistoric Society.  The international learned society devoted to the study of the human past, has recently launched an education blog which has been designed primarily for teachers delivering prehistoric topics. It is hoped it will benefit schools which remain open for key workers and vulnerable children and for teachers running online provisions.    The

Banishing lockdown boredom (part 3)

With a boundless ability to store photos on mobile phones or back them up to the cloud, we rarely bother to create printed photo albums anymore. Life during lockdown has created more time at home for everyone, and if you are looking for ideas on how to keep teens, or

British astronaut answers questions from school children

Tim Peake has launched a range of free home-teaching and learning support materials ahead of the new term.   Suitable for ages from 4-19, more than 300 activities and materials have been made available in order to support parents and carers with home learning, with a particular focus on STEM subjects: science, technology, engineering and maths.  Tim Peake also features in a video where

Banishing lockdown boredom (part 2)

Looking to fight the lockdown boredom? Why not look at recreate the popular Channel 4 TV show, Come Dine With Me!? This is ideal to play as a family and contestants must prove they are the best dinner party host by cooking a three-course meal and providing entertainment before the guests rate

Banishing lockdown boredom (part 1)

Parents around the country are doing their best to keep some type of a school routine at home at a time when the coronavirus has dramatically altered the structure of our everyday lives. However, even factoring in a school learning day and a working day for parents, many of us