Romeo and Juliet for all
The Globe theatre has launched a free online resource to help schools that may not be able to see its forthcoming production of Romeo and Juliet. Go behind the scenes, try a range of activities and create Facebook-style character profiles.
Science on screen
Look ahead to next half-term, and National Science and Engineering Week (15-24 March) and Waste Week (11-17 March), with Picturehouse Education. Screenings of Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs - which investigates wacky inventions, scientific processes, weather and food waste - will take place in London for primary pupils.
From 15,000 escaped crocodiles to the equal marriage vote, Richard III's body under a car park and David Beckham's move to Paris, the TES website has covered it all. Our daily news articles are designed to introduce pupils to the story behind the headlines. Keep an eye out for our next article, along with questions and resources to help you explore it in lessons.
World Book Day live
In the run-up to World Book Day (7 March), we'll be chatting to Noughts and Crosses author Malorie Blackman (28 February) and broadcaster and children's writer Simon Mayo (5 March). On the day itself author, actor and presenter Tony Robinson will be in the studio. Tweet your questions to @tesResources using the hashtag #teslive. bit.lyTESLive.