Some useful links
We’ve put together a list together of what we think are some of the most useful sites around. We haven’t had a chance to look at every single page of every site so the views expressed are not necessarily our own. If you have any other suggestions we’d love to hear them. Just leave us a comment or send us an e-mail to email@example.com, thank you!
BBC Learning: Schools
BBC Learning: Teachers
BBC Learning: Parents
British Educational Suppliers Association. They provide information about their member companies and offer information and advice about their respective industries.
BAA: blog about anything
A niche editorial company specialising in blog writing and social media management. Run by a lovely guy called Paul. A great place to go if you’re looking for some help with your online business presence.
Department for Education
Formed in May 2010 and are responsible for education and children’s services. Lots of things from news, the school curriculum and pupil support.
They search high a low for a range of workshops, speakers, after school clubs, theatre companies and more which can be found quickly so you don’t have to spend lots of time searching. Great idea!
All about badges! They sell professional badge making machines for schools as well as lots of other handy badge related products and components. Through their service you can have simple button badges made, right though to high quality stamped hard enamel brooches. They also have lots of free images to download for their badge making machines. Their love for all things badges is contagious!
The lovely people who built our website. They do web design, PR, social media and so much more… Lovely, professional group of people.
Homework and learning fun for 3-7 year olds. A wonderful blog written by Miss Mernagh, under 6′s teacher, packed full of great ideas and useful content. The Blog Awards Ireland 2013 winner, and featured in The Times and Irish Examiner.
My Events Cloud
Compiling resources from people around the world to help teachers and parents motivate learners.
An interesting blog aimed at parents who want to get back to work, start a new business or just learn new things. Very genuine, nice blog.
Full of free plans, activity ideas and resources for primary school teachers.
A group of teachers from Aldenham School who believe in the power of collaborative learning, sharing good practise and have lots of great content on their blog.
Lots of free teaching and classroom resources, a fantastic online resource for teachers!
Bringing together the best educational resources in one place through one handy search engine. Full of videos with ideas and also ones to use in the classroom.
A wonderful site for teachers looking to work in Europe, including the UK. Not only do they have a jolly nice website (it all looks very well laid out and user friendly), they have a brilliant blog too, with, to quote them, “everything you to need to know about working as a teacher in Europe and the UK”. A great hub for teachers. Want to find out more? Visit them at:
Another useful site with lots of free lesson ideas, plans, activities and resources for use in primary school classrooms.
Lots going on here! Resources, news, book reviews, events, hot products and more!
A popular blog with educational news, links and resources.
The largest network of teachers in the world! Jobs, resources, forums and more!
The Sticker Factory
We are very proud of all of our motivation products and have been supplying the education sector, homes, health sector and businesses for over 10 years.
A lovely site with resources for KS1 and KS2. They also have a great calendar with lots of different events and noteworthy dates that are going on throughout the year.
For our Australian friends:
We love to write, our favourite topic is stickers (not surprisingly!). So when Aileen got in touch to let us know about a few writing and communication sites she’s found helpful and would we include them here, we were more than happy too. Thanks Aileen, and happy writing everyone!
Australian College of Journalism http://acj.edu.au/courses/writing-and-communication