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Art and Humanities Construction Industry Training Board Materials: 2D or not 2D; Bridges and Harbours; Tudor Buildings Contact: Irene Andrews, Bircham Newton, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 6RH. Tel: 01485 577 577. Fax: 01485 577 497. irene.andrews@citb.co.uk www.citb.org.uk Subjects: science, history

Encams (Environmental Campaigns) See under Environment Eurotunnel Education Service. Materials: The Channel Tunnel Contact: Ms Sarah Craig, Cheriton Park, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 4QS. Tel: 01303 273300 Fax: 01303 282026sarah.craig@eurotunnel.com www.eurotunnel.com Subjects: geography, technology

Forest Education Initiative Materials: Only made of wood; The Wonder of Wood Contact: Margaret Hardy, Great Eastern House, Tension Road, Cambridge, CB1 2DU Tel: 01223 346 014 Fax: 01223 460 699 margaret.hardy@forestry.gsi.go.uk

Subjects: geography, science, environment National Portrait Gallery Materials: Tudor Portraits (KS2)Victorian Portraits (KS2)CD-Rom Contact: Publications, St Martin's Place, London, WC2 0HE. Tel: 0207 306 0055 Fax: 0207 306 0092publications@npg.org.uk www.npg.org.uk Subjects: art, history

Environment Centre for Alternative Technology Materials: Activities for Children; Solar Boat Kit; Solar Kit (1 and 2); Teaching about Energy: Practical Activities for 7-11 year olds Contact: Allan Shepherd, CAT, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 9AZ. Tel: 01654 705980 Fax: 01654 702082 catpub@globalnet.co.uk www.cat.org.uk Subjects: science, environment

Compassion in World Farming Trust Materials: Let's ask the animals (video); Farm Animal Focus (teachers' pack with posters and activities). Both free Contact: Phil Brooke, 5a Charles Street, Petersfield, Hants, GU32 3EH Tel: 01730 268070 Fax: 01730 260791countryciwftrust@ciwf.co.ukwww.ciwf.co.uk Subjects: science, environment

Corus (formerly British Steel) Materials: Sammy Steel Activity Pack; Sammy Steel and the Birthday Picnic; Sammy Steel and the Lost Bicycle; Sammy Steel and the Magic Presents; Sammy Steel and the Seaside Adventure; Sammy Steel Card Game; Steel and the Motor Car Primary Pack; Marine Conservation Ocean Vigil; Protecting the Environment; Recycling Matters; Materials Samples Refills Set; Metal Samples Refill Set; Metals Experiment Kit.

Contact: Corus Education Service, PO BOX 10, Wetherby, Yorkshire, LS23 7EL Tel: 01937 840 243Fax: 01937 845 381Corus@twoten.press.netwww.corusgroup.com Subjects: science, environment, technology

Crop Protection Association Materials: Good Enough to Eat (book and CD-Rom) Contact: Richard Trow-Smith, 4 Lincoln Court, Lincoln Road, Peterborough, PE1 2RP Tel: 01733 349225Fax: 01733 562523 info@cropprotection.org.ukwww.cropprotection.org Subjects: food, nutrition, environment

Encams (EnvironmentalCampaigns) Materials: Active Citizenship Programme (all key stages); Ecoschools information; Green Fingers Challenge (not specifically for schools, but aimed at young people) Contact: Encams, Elizabeth House, The Pier, Wigan, W3 4EX Tel: 01942 824620 Fax: 01942 824778enquiries@encams.orgwww.encams.org Subjects: environment, science, geography

Forest Education Initiative See under Arts and Humanities Royal Society for Protectionof Birds Materials: Primary Design and Technology; Birds for Beginners; Bird Identification Poster Contact: Rosalind Hatchings, RSPB Education, The Lodge, Sandy, Bedfordshire, SG19 2DL Tel: 01767 680551Fax: 01767 681284education@educationrspb.org.uk www.rspb.org.uk Subjects: environment, science, design technology

Food and Nutrition British EggInformation Service Materials: Exploring Eggs; Lion Quality Egg Poster; Egg Facts; Egg File Contact: British Egg Information Service, 126-128 Cromwell Road, London SW7 4ET Tel: 0207 370 7411Fax: 0207 373 3926info@britegg.co.ukwww.britegg.co.uk Subjects: food, nutrition

Cadbury Limited Materials: The Cadbury Family Contact: Consumer Relations Department, PO BOX 12, Bournville, Birmingham B30 2LU. Tel: 0121 451 4444mail@cadbury.co.ukwww.cadbury.co.ukwww.cadburylearningzone.co.uk Subjects: food, nutrition

Crop Protection Association See under Environment

Maths British Nuclear Fuels Limited Materials: Digit Dome; How long is a piece of string?; Big Brother book of Electricity; the Young Detectives; Energy Investigations game; The Energy Pack; Power On; Now you see it, now you don't; Ecogame; Learning about Seasons; All Together Now; Learning through Technology; Mechanisms; Sensing and Control; Journey of Discovery Contact: Pauline Deans, BNFL, Risley, Warrington, Cheshire, WA3 6AS. Tel: 01925 832826Fax: 01925 845619pauline.j.deans@bnfl.comwww.bnfl.co.uk Subject: science, maths, technology.

Foundation for Smalland MediumEnterprise Development Materials: Mathematics - An Enterprising Approach; Science - An Enterprising Approach; Technology - An Enterprising Approach Contact: University of Durham, Mill Hill Lane, Durham, DH1 3LB. Tel: 0191 374 2251Fax: 0191 374 2206lynda.anderson@durham.ac.uk www.fsmed.org Subject: maths, science, technology

PSHE Grampian Police Materials: Ask the Right Questions (video); Learning for Life (Vols 1 and 2) CD Roms; The Police Box (worksheets and video) Contact: Community Development Department, Police Office, 55 Ellon Road, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, Scotland, AB23 8ET. Tel: 01224 709972 Or order from PO BOX 46, Newbury, Berkshire, RG14 2YX Tel: 01635 31721 Subject: PSHE

Macmillan Cancer Relief Materails: Voice for life education programme Contact: Schools and Youth Department, 11th Floor, Macmillan Cancer Relief, 89 Albert Embankment, LondonSE1 7UQ Tel: 020 7840 7840Fax: 020 7840 7841postmasters@macmillan.org.uk www.macmillan.org.uk Subjects: biology, PSHE

Science and Technology Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry Materials: That's Chemistry!; The Human Genome and Beyond poster at pound;10 for KS 1 and 2 Contact: Mrs Margaret Fleming, Publications Department, 12 Whitehall, London, SW1A 2DYTel: 020 7930 3477 x1446Fax: 020 7747 1411mfleming@abpi.org.ukww.abpi.org.uk Subject: science

BAe SystemsMaterials: Adventures of Brunel Bear; Ocean Cup Challenge Hotline: 0845 3036020 www.engineeringourfuture.co.uk Subjects: science, technology

British Aerosol Manufacturers' Association Materials: Operation Earth; Aerosol Know-How; How does an Aerosol work?Contact: Debby Linnegar, Kings Buildings, Smith Square, London, SW1P 3JJTel: 020 78285111Fax: 020 78348436debbylinnegar@bama.co.ukwww.bama.co.uk Subject: science

British Heart Foundation Materials: Artie Beat likes toI ; Healthy Hearts with Artie Beat; Artie Beat ELS Activity Sheet (infant and junior); Active School Resources Pack (primary); Active Steps for Active Learning; ELS Pack; Fit or Twit; Healthy Heart lives in a healthy body; Look after your heart and help fight heart disease with Artie Beat; Artie Beat's Healthy Cook BookContact: 14 Fitzhardinge Street, London, W1H 4DTel: 0207 935 0185Fax: 0207 846 5820www.bhf.org.uk Subject: biology

British Nuclear Fuels Limited See under Maths

Centre for Alternative Technology See under Environment

Centre for Education and IndustryMaterials: Industry and theCurriculum 5-14: Guidance for teachers (Primary and Secondary); Workplace: Industry as a Resource in the PrimaryCurriculum.

Contact: CEI, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7ALTel: 0247 652 3909Fax: 0247 652 3617cei@warwick.ac.ukwww.warwick.ac.ukcei Subject: technology

Chemical Industry Education Centre Materials: Tidy and Sort; Oil for beginners; Pencils, Poems and Princesses; A Pinch of Salt; Farming Tales; Reserving Energy; Fantastic Plastics; Kitchen Concoctions; Reclaim it; Water for Industry; Hats off to Dora; Cool it!; Tea's made; Kitchen Concoctions. Contact: CIEC, Department of Chemistry, University of York, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD Tel 01904 432523Fax 01904 434460 ciec@york.ac.uk www.york.ac.ukorgciec Subject: science, technology

Compassion in World Farming Trust See under Environment

Construction Industry Training Board See under Arts and Humanities

Corus See under Environment

Crop Protection Association See under Environment

Encams See under Enviornment

Eurotunnel Education SerSee under Art and Humanities

Forest Education Initiative See under Arts and Humanities

Foundation for Small and Medium Enterprise Development See under Food and Nutrition

ICI Technoscience 2000Materials: Helping Primary Children Understand Science and Technology (leaflet); One Small Step - Understanding the Science of Environmental Issues (leaflet). Some resources are available as downloads.

Contact: Jane Gamble, Group Technology Office, Wilton Centre, Wilton, Redcar, TS10 4RF Tel: 01642 437 365Fax: 01642 437 344jane_gamble@ici.comwww.ici.comici_schools Subjects: science, technology

Institute of Electrical EngineersMaterials: safety posters; Basic Electricity for Primary School Teachers, Video and Teachers' Guide FREE (limited to one per school); Circuits and Symbols Poster; Safety Posters; Exploring Everyday Products; (IEE) Fast Track (free, one per school) Contact: Institution of Electrical Engineers, Michael Faraday House, Six Hills Way, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, SG1 2AYTel: 01438 767373Fax: 01438 742856schools@iee.org.ukwww.iee.org.ukEduCareers Subjects: science

Macmillan Cancer Relief See under PSHE

RSPB See under Environment

Teaching Learning and Teaching (LT) Scotland Resource Catalogues (Early Years, Primary and Secondary) available online at www.ltscotland.comsoftpub Learning and Teaching Scotland, 74 Victoria Crescent Road, Glasgow, G12 9JN Tel: 0141 337 5000 Fax: 0141 337 5050 Website: www.ltscotland.com Subjects: teacher training, resources for teachers

CHOCOLATE IS NO BAR TO LEARNING

Check out the learning zone on Cadbury's website for an excellent case study on Fuse, a new confectionery bar. There is a complete marketing plan for the new product, including competition analysis of the UK's top-selling brands and a breakdown of the snack market - almost pound;10 billion of biscuits, crisps and ice cream. The study looks at consumer testing, pack design, brand name and launch strategy. There are also role-play exercises on being a brand manager and teamwork to develop marketing campaigns. www.cadbury.co.uk

MONEY MATTERS GET PERSONAL

Personal finance is now part of the curriculum in PSHE, citizenship and business studies, but it is a complex area that needs up-to-date materials and an imaginative approach to bring it to life. Supported by the Financial Services Authority, the QCA and the DFES as well as leading banks and insurance companies, Personal Finance Education Group is running its Excellence and Access project in 400 schools in 40 local education authorities. Materials are quality assured, as is its support and training for teachers. The website lists teaching resources by age and key stage as well as case studies and tried and tested lesson plans. Resources can be ordered via the website. Tel: 020 7220 1735; www.pfeg.org

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