There’s no better way to learn about a place than to go there, so a Bishop Barrington School science teacher took her Key Stage 3 pupils on a virtual tour inside a womb to get the full lowdown on pregnancy
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DigiDog receives some paw-some advice from pupils at Leighton Academy.
A new report on children and the internet by the House of Lords Communications Committee says that UK pupils need internet lessons to thrive in the new, digital world.
Where do appearance ideals come from? What pressure do they put on us? How have they changed? What qualities should we celebrate instead? Read our latest article on promoting self-esteem among pupils and download free teaching resources here.
Google now offers schools over 500 Expeditions and while it might not be possible for a teacher to be a master of all subjects, Expeditions works with subject matter experts such as National Parks UK, the Natural History Museum and NASA to create the corresponding teacher guide that includes descriptions and points of interest, which enable teachers to conduct informed commentaries and lively classroom discussions.
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A new report from the Oxford Internet Institute has found that setting filters on home broadband services don’t protect teenagers from coming across upsetting or unpleasant content online.
Parent Zone offers tips for parents on keeping their child safe on unmoderated and live streaming apps.
No matter where you’re based, using Google Expeditions allows pupils to access a world of knowledge.
Our CEO Vicki Shotbolt was invited on the Victoria Derbyshire show on BBC2 to talk about allegations that Facebook failed to remove sexualised images of children.