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Loads of resources including environmental history, air and water quality.
This website hopes to raise the awareness in young people, who are the consumers of tomorrow.
Ramsar a game produced giving players pedagogical and scientific advice on the importance of wetlands.
Different theme every year to include sustainability, cultural diversity, world heritage.
On CILT's Secondary webpages there are resources, video clips and case studies.
BBC Languages website
Comenius School Partnerships enable pupils, students and staff from across Europe to work together on joint projects.
European Shared Treasure (EST) is a Europe-wide database which aims to capture good practice and the wealth of experience within European funded projects.
Create free emailing environments between us and international schools.
Gold Star- A protected online learning community.
The DCSF Ethnic Minority Achievement site has the latest information on the topics of ethnic minority achievement.
Rafi.ki is a secure online learning community that lets your pupils talk to schools all over the world.
Commonwealth Country statistics, regional graphs, policies and legislation.
UNICEF access to resources and projects.
The Commonwealth Games Federation offers information on countries.
Book Aid Website contains activities to use in class as well as lots of information about our work and literacy in sub-Saharan Africa.
A wealth of information for the Roma community.
This website is a guide to books, films, posters and web resources which support global, intercultural and environmental understanding for all age groups and subjects.
Global School Net access to support, resources and projects.
Provide training (costed) to assist with developing curriculum projects.
The World Bank's site for young people has easy to access information about development, what it is, and why young people should care.
eLanguages is an online platform enabling teachers to work and effectively with an international partner.
epals is a secure emailing service for use with partner schools.
Plan-ed have teamed up with the Global Gatewayand Bright Lemon to offer the opportunity for UK schools to communicate with 4 schools in sub-saharan Africa completely free!
etwinning users can access a free online workspace dedicated to registered schools in Europe.
UNESCO official site
UNESCO education site with resources for many curriculum areas.
Climateprediction.net, has put together science, maths and geography teaching materials.
Supporting the new secondary curriculum for languages
The British Olympic Association education zone
The global gateway to international partnerships and resources.
Science Across the World foster the essential scientific concepts of comparables, variation and data analysis. Students submit their own observations and measurements and use the online toolkit to compare these with schools' data from around the world.
The official London 2012 education programmeFind resources, ideas and opportunities to help you make the most of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Join us on the journey to 2012.
The official site to the London 2012 Olympics. With a wealth of resources for all age groups.
The official site of the Olympic Games.
CIESE sponsors and designs interdisciplinary projects that teachers throughout the world can use to enhance their curriculum through compelling use of the Internet. They focus on projects that utilize real time data available from the Internet, and collaborative projects
The BBC Newsround website is a brilliant source of global citizenship lesson plans for ages 11-14 that relate to topical events and examine hot issues such as violent lyrics in rap music and the depiction of Africa in the media.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office site provides more detailed country profiles. Includes statistics and overviews of the economy, history and politics of each country.
Information and photos on specific countries. Particularly good on their environment, climate, wildlife, history, geography and culture such as food, religion, sport and the arts.
Global eye is a fantastic site that can help you to get the low-down on a variety of global issues.
A good introduction to Climate Change including key facts, case studies, Oxfam projects and latest news stories.
A range of London 2012 based Key stage 3 resources for teachers.
British Paralympics Pack for Schools with teaching resources that can be used in any subject area.