Fifth Column Films' Tempest tells the tale of 17 young actors from South London, who struggle to stage a production of Shakespeare's classic. For school screenings, visit bit.lyTempest2012, or go to the TES website for a resource pack. bit.lyTempestEd
Not just for Christmas
Blue Cross Education's resources are perfect for those pupils hoping for a pet for Christmas. They contain creative activities and guidance on how to care for dogs, rabbits, horses and other domestic animals. bit.lyBlueCrossEd
LGBT History Month
In honour of Enigma codebreaker Alan Turing, the theme for the next LGBT History Month - to take place next February - will be science, engineering and maths. Try The Classroom resources from SchoolsOUT and get planning for 2013. bit.lylgbtLaunch
Film Education's Be (c)reative competition asks pupils to devise a marketing campaign that encourages young people to avoid pirate films and support legal film and television productions. Winners will receive an iPad and #163;5,000 for their school. For inspiration and more details, check out the TES Film Studies collection. bit.lytesBeCreative
GL Assessment's Inspiring the Next Stem Generation debate will be held at the TES-backed London Festival of Education on 17 November. A panel of speakers will debate key Stem (science, technology, engineering and maths) learning issues. bit.lyNextGenSTEM.