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Learning From the News

Find short, topical classroom resources designed for use with primary and secondary pupils, based on the latest news. With a new classroom resource added every weekday, the videos are accompanied by curriculum-based lesson plans, covering Key Stage 1 to 4

There are 116 videos in this series.

3 mins Hero Dogs
A Key Stage 2 PSHE, maths and ICT resource teaching pupils about the work of police dogs.
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3 mins William and Kate in Wales
Following Kate Middleton and Prince William's public outing in Anglesey, use this Key Stage 3 English resource to teach pupils about the style of news stories and how to find useful synonyms.
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3 mins Mass Child Poverty
There is a warning that children in every part of the UK face being pushed into poverty by government spending cuts. Use this classroom resource to get Key Stage 4 PSHE pupils to question what it means to live in poverty.
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3 mins 3, 2, 1 Go! Britain's Olympic Games
A Key Stage 2 English resource learning about poetry in connection with the Olympic velodrome.
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3 mins Save the Sumatran Tigers
The Sumatran tigers are in danger. This Key Stage 2 geography resource teaches pupils where they come from and why the species is under threat.
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3 mins First Train in 75 Years
The Welsh Highland Railway has relaunched after a 75-year closure. Use this classroom resource to help Key Stage 2 history pupils understand using historical sources.
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3 mins Boris Bike Shortlisted for a Design Award
London's cycle hire bicycles have been shortlisted for the Brit Insurance Design Awards for 2011. Use this classroom resource to get Key Stage 3 art and design pupils to design a bike helmet.
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3 mins Watercolour Painting
Despite their popular appeal, watercolours are often dismissed as old fashioned and tired. However, the Tate Britain gallery, London, wants to change this preconception. Use this classroom resource to teach Key Stage 3 art and design pupils about ...
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3 mins The Downing Street Cat
The arrival of a rescue cat at Number Ten Downing Street can be used as a prompt for Key Stage 2 English lessons in creative writing.
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3 mins Mission to Mars
As European Space Agency crewman simulate travelling to Mars, use this classroom resource to teach Key Stage 4 science pupils about space travel and gravity.
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3 mins For Richer, For Poorer – Civil Partnerships
As changes are made to civil partnerships, use this classroom resource to teach Key Stage 4 citizenship students about gay marriage.
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3 mins Universities to Cushion Impact of Tuition Fees
A Key Stage 3 citizenship classroom resource to teach pupils about the issues surrounding university tuition fees, with a lesson plan using the issue to develop critical thinking skills in secondary pupils.
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3 mins Guy the Gorilla
Use this classroom resource to teach Key Stage 3 English pupils how to write news stories, using the example of reporting about the Natural History Museum's Sexual Nature exhibition.
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3 mins Food Prices Rise
Looking at the global food crisis, this Key Stage 3 citizenship and food technology classroom resource teaches students about this important topic.
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3 mins Junk Food 'Lowers IQ'
Recent claims have been made that junk food is partly to blame in young children's development. Use this classroom resource for Key Stage 3 PSHE and food tecnhology students to teach them about healthy eating.
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3 mins Library Cuts
Library lovers across London have staged a series of "read-ins" in protest at planned closures. Use this classroom resource to teach Key Stage 3 citizenship and English pupils about the spending cuts.
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3 mins Google Art Project
Following the arrival of Google's Art Project, use this classroom resource to teach Key Stage 3 art students about modern art.
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3 mins New Solar System Found: Exploring our Solar System
A classroom resource and lesson plan for Key Stage 3 science pupils, looking at our solar system in light of the discovery of a new solar system called Kepler11.
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3 mins Gangbos
From today, a teenager causing trouble could be given an special injuction which has rapidly been named the coalition's 'Gangbo'. Use this classroom resource to teach Key Stage 4 citizenship students to debate a topical issue.
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3 mins Tweeting Shakespeare
On February 2, 2011, a Twitter panel will encourage people to ask Shakespeare a question using the hashtag #askshakespeare. Use this classroom resource to teach Key Stage 3 English pupils to analyse Shakespeare's soliloquies and shorten them to 140 ...
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3 mins A Dickensian Workhouse
The Strand Union workhouse in Cleveland Street, London, which may have inspired Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist, now faces demolition. Use this classroom resource to teach Key Stage 2 history pupils about workhouses.
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3 mins Dance for All - Ballet Boyz
As Ballet Boyz, an alternative all-male ballet reopens, use this classroom resource with Key Stage 3 PE pupils to teach them about dance.
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3 mins Remembering Auschwitz
Two hundred sixth form students from almost a hundred London schools visited Auschwitz for Holocaust Memorial Day on January 27. Use this classroom resource with Key Stage 3 citizenship pupils to teach them more about the Holocaust.
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3 mins Swimmers Take to Freezing Water
Based on the biennial Cold Water Championships, which took place on Saturday 22 January 2011, use this classroom resource with Key Stage 3 science pupils to teach them about the different states of water.
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3 mins Call to Protect our Woodland
A classroom resource and lesson plan teaching Key Stage 2 English pupils about debate and emotive language, based on the recent news that public woodlands may be sold to private owners.
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3 mins An Olympic Legacy - Barcelona
What can London learn from Barcelona's Olympic legacy? Use this Key Stage 2 geography resource with pupils to teach them about the Olympics and the area it plans to transform in London in 2012.
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3 mins Government Criticised over Alcohol Price Increase
As health campaigners say the government's proposed ban on the sale of alcohol at below cost-price won't be enough to stop binge drinking, use this classroom resource to discuss the issues in KS3 citizenship and PSHE lessons.
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3 mins The Fourth Plinth: The Battle of Trafalgar
A Key Stage 3 history and art resource on the Battle of Trafalgar and the pieces of art that compete to go on the fourth plinth in the famous square.
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3 mins Who was Robert Burns?
With Burns Night coming up on 25 January and a new museum dedicated to him, this Key Stage 3 English resource teaches pupils about the poet Robert Burns.
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3 mins Gareth Gates' Speech: What is a Stammer?
This Key Stage 3 PSHE classroom resource focuses on speech impediments, and can be used to increase pupils' awareness of the issue, building on the success of a recent film about a famous stammerer.
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3 mins Is Wikipedia a Valuable Source of Information?
As online encyclopedia Wikipedia celebrates its tenth anniversary, use this Key Stage 3 ICT resource to help pupils learn how to find accurate information online.
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3 mins The Australian Floods
With the Australian floods in the news, this Key Stage 3 geography and citizenship resource teaches pupils about natural disasters.
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3 mins Diamond Jubilee: A Portrait of the Queen
With the Queen's Diamond Jubilee coming up in 2012, this Key Stage 3 art and design classroom resource looks at images of her throughout the years.
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3 mins Jail for Student Protester
Following the tuition fees protests in November 2010, an 18-year-old has been sentenced to 32 months in jail. Use this classroom resource in Key Stage 3 citizenship lesson on how the media has portrayed the protests.
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3 mins Haiti: A Broken Nation
A review of the situation in Haiti following the devastating aftermath of the earthquake there last year. This classroom resource and accompanying lesson plan can be used for teaching Key Stage 3 geography and citizenship.
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3 mins Making Live Art
Show secondary pupils how a gallery is bringing art to life, with an artist painting a new masterpiece 'live' infront of the public, in this classroom resource for Key Stage 3 art and design lessons.
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3 mins Music Carved out of Ice
A Norwegian composer has taken a unique approach to making music by hand carving a series of instruments out of ice. Use this classroom resource and lesson plan with Key Stage 2 music pupils to inspire them to make their own instruments.
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3 mins Protect Yourself Against the Flu!
A Key Stage 3 PSHE video resource and lesson plan examining the flu virus and its impact on health.
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3 mins What is Junk Food?
A Key Stage 2 PSHE and science lesson plan and video resource looking at healthy eating and junk food.
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3 mins Science Debate Kit - Stem Cells
A four year old girl who has been blind since birth has been able to see her parents for the first time after having pioneering stem cell treatment in China. This classroom resource is for Key Stage 3 and 4 science and PSHE students.
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3 mins Climate Change: The Dead Sea
Use this Key Stage 3 geography resource to teach pupils about climate change, looking at research into changes happening in the Dead Sea.
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3 mins What are the odds of a White Christmas?
Learning about probability by looking at the odds of the UK having a white Christmas in 2010, in this Key Stage 3 maths resource.
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3 mins A Charitable Gift: A Puppy for Christmas
A Keystage 2 PSHE classroom resource and lesson plan for teaching pupils about charity.
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3 mins The Shard - A Look at Tall Buildings
A Key Stage 2 maths resource and lesson plan on averages following the building progress of The Shard in London Bridge.
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3 mins Is Photography at the Nativity Allowed?
Use this Key Stage 2 ICT resource to teach primary pupils about the types of personal information organisations keep about people and the Data Protection Act.
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3 mins Micro-Pigs Aren't Just for Christmas!
A lesson plan and video resource looking at the increasing popularity of micro-pigs as pets. Ideal for Key Stage 1 primary citizenship lessons, to teach pupils how to look after animals.
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3 mins The Turner Prize
As the winner of the 2010 Turner Prize is announced, use this Key Stage 4 art and design lesson with students to teach them about artists' perspective and what inspires art.
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3 mins Children’s Fashion: Too Much too Young?
A Key stage 4 citizenship classroom resource and lesson plan looking at the media in reference to the Governments planned crack down on advertising, images and clothing which it claims prematurely sexualise young children.
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3 mins George the Robot
This KS2 English classroom resource uses the story of George the robot as a starting point for creative writing activities. Built in the 1950s, George was a vision of the future, now in December 2010 he has been brough back to life by his owner.
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3 mins World AIDS Day
A classroom resource for teaching Key Stage 4 citizenship students about HIV and AIDS.
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3 mins How Much Snow?
After the recent snowfall in Britain in November 2010, this classroom resource for Key Stage 3 maths students looks at the cost to the economy.
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3 mins David Beckham and the World Cup
Following David Beckham's visit to the Olympic Park, London, this Key Stage 2 citizenship resource teaches pupils about football.
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3 mins Will the End of Cheap Booze Stop Drink-Related Crime?
Use news of government plans to ban shops from selling alcohol at less than the price of the tax in Key Stage 3 PSHE lessons on alcohol, drinking responsibly, and the effects of drink on health.
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3 mins Banksy and Controversial Art
A Key Stage 3 art and design resource on the contentious piece of street art for sale in Banksy's pop-up gallery in London, which can be used to ask pupils to think about what is art and what is graffiti.
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3 mins It’s Snowing!
For the last two winters, countries around the world have been surprised by Britain's inability to cope with snow. With more of it on the way, this Key Stage 2 science classroom resource helps pupils investigate what snow is.
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3 mins Shakespeare - All the World's a Stage
Use the reopening of Stratford-upon-Avon's revamped Shakespearean theatre to teach Key Stage 3 English students about Shakesperean theatre and play analysis.
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3 mins Smoking - The Plain Truth
As colourful cigarette packets could soon be replaced with bland packaging, this Key Stage 4 citizenship classroom resource looks at cigarette advertising and its effects.
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3 mins Cloudy Forecast for Gliding
Learn about different cloud types and how to understand satellite images with this Key Stage 3 geography resource.
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3 mins Understanding Water: Cornish Floods
Looking at Cornwall's dramatic floods, this classroom resource can be used to teach Key Stage 2 geography pupils about the water cycle.
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3 mins Hidden Treasure
Following the story of a family who discovered hidden gold, use this resource with Key Stage 2 maths pupils to learn about coordinates and maps.
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3 mins 150 Years of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home
This Key Stage 2 maths classroom resource uses the 150th anniversary of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home as starting point for learning about interpreting data.
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3 mins A Royal Wedding - Kate and William
Following news of Prince William and Kate Middleton's engagement, this resource can be used in Key Stage 2 English and literacy lessons on recounts and connectives.
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3 mins Somali Pirates Free British Couple
Use a news story about a couple who have been released by Somali pirates after being held prisoner for more than a year to help teach Key Stage 3 English pupils how to write in a journalistic style.
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3 mins What a Waste - Let's Recycle
This primary geography and citizenship classroom resource teaches pupils at Key Stage 2 about recyling and the environment.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Harry Potter - Tour the Studio
With news that a Harry Potter museum is set to open in the UK, this maths classroom resource for Key Stage 2 pupils uses this as a starting point to teach them about scale and area.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Waterboarding and the Iraq War
Use this classroom resource on waterboarding and the Iraq War to help Key Stage 4 students discuss human rights as part of secondary citizenship lessons.
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3 mins Learning From the News – The Fall of the Berlin Wall
With 9 November 2010, marking 21 years since the Berlin Wall was torn down, this Key Stage 3 history classroom resource introduces the topic of the Berlin Wall and the cold war for secondary students.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Poke the Queen: The Monarchy on Facebook
Following news that the Queen has joined Facebook, use this secondary classroom resource to investigate social networking and websites with Key Stage 3 ICT students.
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3 mins A Titanic Class Divide
The story of the Titanic is investigated in this Key Stage 3 English and history classroom resource for secondary students.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Fire Safety
Use this primary resource to teach Key Stage 2 pupils about fireworks safety during bonfire night on 5 November.
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3 mins Learning From the News – Curing the Common Cold
As researchers in Cambridge hunt for a cure for the common cold, this science classroom resource will help KS3 students learn about medicines, such as antibiotics.
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3 mins Learning From the News – Teaching Knife Crime in Schools
Brooke Kinsella, whose brother was killed in 2008, is calling for schools to teach lessons about knife crime. This Key Stage 3 citizenship resource enables students to discuss whether there is a place for this on the curriculum.
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3 mins Learning From the News – Diwali
As Hindus prepare to celebrate Diwali on 5 November 2010, use this classroom resource to teach Key Stage 2 pupils about the festival in religious education lessons.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Poppy Appeal
This Year 7 English classroom resource uses this year's Royal British Legion poppy appeal as a starting point to look at war poetry and poetic structure.
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3 mins Learning From the News – Daylight Saving
This classroom resource for Key Stage 2 literacy lessons uses the subject of daylight saving to help pupils to debate and write persuasively.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Pumpkins
As Halloween approaches, use this classroom resource about pumpkins in Key Stage 1 science and art lessons to teach pupils about changing materials.
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3 mins Learning From the News - The Firefighters' Strike
As London firefighters prepare to strike on 5 November, use this classroom resource and lesson plan in Key Stage 3 citizenship lessons to help pupils learn about striking and resolving conflicts.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Avoid Type 2 Diabetes - Keep Healthy
Discuss the importance of healthy eating, in relation to the dangers of Type 2 diabetes, with this classroom resource for Key Stage 3 PSHE lessons.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Weston-super-Mare’s Pier
Following the re-opening of the grand pier at Weston-super-Mare, this classroom resource is ideal for use in Key Stage 2 geography and literacy lessons, based around writing activities.
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3 mins Learning From the News – An Ancient Galaxy
As an ancient galaxy enters the record books as the most distant object scientists have found in the universe, this classroom resource can be used with Key Stage 3 science students to teach them about space.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Cat Bin Lady
Use this Key Stage 3 citizenship classroom resource about Mary Bale, who put a cat in a bin, to demonstrate how the media presents news stories in different ways.
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3 mins Learning From the News – Otters Escape Extinction
Use news of the growing number of otters in English rivers to teach Key Stage 2 pupils about food chains, using this primary science classroom resource.
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3 mins Learning From the News - The Government's Spending Review
As part of the government's impending comprehensive spending review, this classroom resource deals with teaching Key Stage 3 citizenship students about debt, the national deficit and budgeting.
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3 mins Learning From the News - The Chilean Miners Go Home
A citizenship resource based on the Chilean miners' rescue and looking at how the media presents news stories, for Key Stage 2 students.
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3 mins Learning From the News - The HMS Royal Oak
Remembering the second world war in this Key Stage 2 history classroom resource about the sinking of the HMS Royal Oak.
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3 mins Learning From the News - The Chilean Miners
Following the emotional coverage of the Chilean miners rescue operation, this classroom resource can be used with Key Stage 3 English students as part of a creative writing activity based on news reports.
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3 mins Learning From the News – Gender Equality: The Pay Gap
This citizenship classroom resource, about the gender pay gap, is designed to help teach Key Stage 3 students about gender issues and stereotyping.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Tuition Fees
A great classroom resource for Key Stage 3 citizenship students designed to ignite debate about tuition fees, and how much students should pay for their university education.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Jack Sparrow Visits a School
This classroom resource, showing a visit from Johnny Depp to a Greenwich primary school, illustrates the power of persuasive writing for Key Stage 2 English pupils, and can be used to encourage writing of their own.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Desmond Tutu
As Archbishop Desmond Tutu officially retires from public life, this classroom resource for Key Stage 3 English pupils can help them extract the main points from relevant information, and distinguish between fact and opinion.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Biogas: Making Gas from Human Waste
As householders in Didcot will be cooking and heating their homes with renewable gas made from sewage, this classroom resource can be used with Key Stage 3 science pupils to teach them about biogas.
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3 mins Learning From the News - The Nobel Prize for Medicine
Robert Edwards won the Nobel Prize for Medicine on October 4 2010. This classroom resource for Key Stage 3 English students uses this as a starting point to learn how to write a news story.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Learn to Sign Week
Encourage Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils to learn to sign, as part of the British Deaf Association's Learn to Sign Week, in this classroom resource for primary citizenship lessons.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Which Football Club Should Get the Olympic Stadium?
Use the question of what to do with the Olympic stadium after the London 2012 Games to help Key Stage 2 pupils learn about debating and use writing skills to help their thinking and learning.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Plants Under Threat
As researchers at Kew Gardens have discovered that one fifth of the world's plants are at risk of extinction, use this classroom resource with in Key Stage 3 science lessons to help pupils learn more about the importance of plants.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Eating Disorders
A commemoration service recently held by eating disorder charity, Beat, reveals the dangers of the illness, in this secondary classroom resource for Key Stage 3 PSHE lessons.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Young Carers
The role and dedication of young carers is examined in this classroom resource for Key Stage 2 English and PSHE pupils.
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3 mins Learning From the News - The Labour Leader
Looking at the election of Ed Miliband as leader of the Labour Party, this classroom resource will help Key Stage 3 pupils understand the election process as part of citizenship lessons.
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3 mins Learning From the News - The Commonwealth Games
As the English athletes touch down in Delhi for the 2010 Commonwealth Games, this classroom resource for Key Stage 3 citizenship students will help them learn more about the Commonwealth and what it is.
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3 mins Learning From the News – Antisocial Behaviour
This classroom resource on antisocial behaviour for Key Stage 2 citizenship lessons will help pupils understand more about why young people behave badly on the streets.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Injured Seal Pups
This video, about measuring the weight of injured seal pups, can be used as a classroom resource for Key Stage 2 maths lessons on measurements and number sentences.
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3 mins Learning From the News – Features of the Sun: Solar Flares
As NASA scientists predict a peak in the sun's energy cycle could soon cause massive solar flares and tamper with our technology, this resource for Key Stage 3 science pupils will help them understand more about this type of solar activity.
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3 mins Learning From the News - The Fashion Industry
This video starter for Key Stage 3 Art and Design students takes a look at London Fashion Week and the fashion industry, and aims to explore how much they understand about the fashion industry as a whole.
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3 mins Learning From the News - To Cull or Not to Cull?
A short classroom resource suitable for KS3/4 English and science students, looking at how the spread of tuberculosis from badgers to cattle can be prevented.
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3 mins Learning From the News - The Pope
As the Pope arrives in the UK for the first papal visit since 1982, this lesson starter for Key Stage 2 will get RE pupils thinking about who the Pope is and what his visit means to Catholics.
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3 mins Learning From the News - The Cotton Shortage and Fair Trade
With news of rising cotton prices and the impact this will have on the cost of clothes, this lesson starter for Key Stage 3 geography classes will get pupils thinking about fair trade, and who the real fashion victims are.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Underage Drinking
Children as young as 11 have been faced with emergencies due to friends drinking too much, according to a survey by the Red Cross. This lesson starter for Key Stage 3 PSHE classes can be used to encourage debate on underage drinking.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Bullying
A report into a boy who was attacked for being white showed that schools need to do more to prevent bullying and racism. This lesson starter can be used in citizenship and English lessons in Key Stage 3 to discuss the issues around bullying.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Endangered Species: Ajang the Rhino Calf
See how Whipsnade Zoo is celebrating the birth of a one-horned rhino, in a Key Stage 2 lesson starter for Year 5 science and geography lessons on endangered species.
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3 mins Learning From the News - What Makes a Good Dancer?
Exploring new research showing that men who dance well are more attractive to women, healthier and have good reproductive potential; this video can be shown in Key Stage 3 PE and science lessons for Year 7 and Year 8 pupils.
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3 mins A Wheelchair Climb Up Ben Nevis
Use the story of a man who climbed Ben Nevis in a wheelchair to inspire creative writing ideas during Key Stage 3 English lessons.
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3 mins Learning From the News - The Blitz
Marking the 70th anniversary of the start of the Blitz in September 1940, this short video and lesson plan can be used in Key Stage 2 history and English lessons to help primary pupils understand what happened.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Should We Ban the Burqa?
As parliaments across Europe debate whether or not to ban women from wearing burqas, this short video and lesson plan can be used in Key Stage 3 citizenship and RE lessons to stimulate debate on the issue.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Using the Media
A classroom resource and lesson plan for Key Stage 2 English and ICT lessons on how our use of technology, the internet and social media is changing and growing.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Victory in Japan Day
To mark the 65th anniversary of the Japanese surrender in 1945, this resource and lesson plan for Key Stage 3 history and ICT lessons on V-J Day can be used to help pupils understand the impact of the second world war.
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3 mins Learning From the News - Sex Education
As new figures show the number of sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise, this video and lesson plan for Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 pupils can be used in PSHE and sex education lessons.
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