Links to resources, events and reviews featured in TES this week - 7 December 2012

Links to resources, events and reviews featured in TES this week - 7 December 2012

7 December 2012

Links to resources, events and reviews featured in TES this week

The Coldest Journey

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Key stage 1 - Iceberg ahead

  • Try this interactive book from lisabedgehod to introduce pupils to features of the Antarctica.

Key stage 2 - Teachers in the Freezer

  • Find out what happened when a group of teachers went to Antarctica in a Teachers TV video.

Key stage 3 - Top of the pole

  • Test students’ knowledge of the Antarctica with lrabbetts’s quiz.

Key stage 4 - Chilly holidays

  • Explore the impact of tourism on the Antarctica with this GreenTV video.


Get writing right

If you’re looking for resources to support primary pupils’ writing development, check out TES’s new writing progression resources.

Keeping current

Encourage students to show an interest in current affairs with new TES partner the Day’s resources.

UCAS workshops

Check out the TES UCAS collection for resources to help you with the last minute rush of students wanting to apply

Great grammar

Get back to basics with the TES grammar flashcard.



Assembly of the week: Steps to success



Top 10 Heroes

Check out more heroes resources in the TES collection




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Spotlight on… Human Rights

Encourage students to focus on humanitarian issues with these Human Rights Day resources, in the TES collection.



Heroes and Heroines


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Stimulating simulations

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HEROES HAT TRICK

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Hero or villain?

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PHILOSOPHY

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Superman

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  • Check out Jonny Griffiths’ collection of resources to help you conquer the S2 Statistics module
  • Try Astronyxis’ lesson on Spearman’s Rank Correlation Coefficient.

Why children should be encouraged to walk in the wilderness

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