Escape Rooms – a great tool to help assess students’ knowledge and understanding

Posted by on 02.04.21 in Resources


Escape rooms are an innovative and exciting educational tool that allows students to use their knowledge and learning in a challenging and fun way. They allow students to use their critical thinking and teamwork skills to solve a variety of puzzles - the attraction of this being in the “gamification” of learning!


Why Teachers Should Use Tarsia Puzzles In The Classroom And Online

Posted by Brett Kingsnorth on 23.02.21 in Resources

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Over the years educators have studied the many benefits of puzzles on learning. From how it enhances brainpower to improving learners' concentration. Puzzles are a helpful resource.


Social & Emotional Learning – Respect

Posted by Think For The Future on 07.07.20 in Guest Blogs, Resources

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Respect is an important part of any Social & Emotional Learning curriculum, especially when attempting to positively impact pupil behaviour.


Still Teaching during the Covid-19 Pandemic?

Posted by on 19.03.20 in News, Resources

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If you are in need of some help with teaching and homeschooling whilst schools are shut you have come to the right place!


What Does Great Relationships and Sex Education Look Like?

Posted by Alice Hoyle and Ester McGeeney on 15.02.20 in Guest Blogs, Resources

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Great Relationships and Sex Education By Alice Hoyle & Ester McGeeney 200+ Activities for educators working with young people Currently available on Amazon or Routledge (use code BSE19 to get 20% discount)


GCSE Citizenship – Cre8tive Resources in Action!

Posted by Joy Helliwell on 25.06.19 in Guest Blogs, Resources

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Further proof that Cre8tive Resources products are helping teachers to better educate and support their pupils.


Holocaust Education and its Place in Citizenship Education

Posted by Zoe Bowden on 24.01.19 in Guest Blogs, Resources

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What links does the Holocaust have with the Citizenship curriculum? Why is Holocaust Memorial Day important and as Citizenship teachers what could we be doing to mark this event?



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