Resource Hubs

Locations both on and offline that hold multidisciplinary resources or mixed content.

abouteducationabout education – educational resource hub from Sections on Art and Literature, History, Sciences, and General Education.


bbciwonderBBC iWonder – Educational resources from the BBC including video clips, study guides, and more. Provides content for primary school, all the way up to adult learners.


coreknowledgeCore Knowledge – For those families who plan to follow the UK Primary National Curriculum to some degree. Subjects covered include Language and Communication, Science, Maths, Geography, History, Art, and Music. Also publishers of the What Your Year … Child Needs to Know series.


homeschoolshareHomeschool Share – An online homeschool resources co-op based in the USA. It offers free printable units covering a variety of subjects (some with lap-books and notebooks). Approximate ages Pre-School to 12yrs.


khanacademyKhan Academy – “Free, world-class education, for anyone, anywhere”. Online classes with example videos, progress tracking, and a ‘game feel’ to appeal to children, Khan also allows parents or tutors to view progress remotely. With extensive mathematics lessons and input from some of the leading Universities and Educational Establishments in The World, it is well worth a look.


tededTED Ed – An educational YouTube channel affiliated with the world famous TED Conferences. Bringing together experts and animators, the channel shows child-friendly videos on anything and everything related to technology, entertainment and design.


tedxyouthTEDx Youth – Another YouTube Channel featuring videos on all kinds of subjects from TED’s Youth conferences. All the talks are given by teenagers and young adults from different cultures and backgrounds, and for the aspiring performer, politician, academic, or campaigner, it’s inspiring stuff.


teslogoTimes Educational Supplement Online Teaching Resources – A huge resource platform with worksheets, slideshows, workbooks, lesson plans and more, submitted by teachers. Some of the resources come with a fee but many are free and cover every subject imaginable.

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