Learning Resources

The Birdbox Project

SEGfL's own long-running Birdbox Project is taking a well earned rest for the 2017 season.

Published by: SEGFL
Image Bank

An expanding collection of high-resolution images, checked for appropriateness for use in an educational context. Users must adhere to the licensing terms of use by teachers and learners.

Published by: LGfL
The Tudors in London

This aims to develop an understanding of a historical context in which to appreciate how events of 500 years ago still impact London life today.

Published by: LGfL
Open City

A cross curricular resource about architecture featuring three unique buildings in London.

Published by: LGfL
Polar Exploration

This resource has been created with the assistance of the Scott Polar Research Institute at Cambridge University. It provides a unique insight into the 'heroic age of scientific discovery'.

Published by: LGfL
The Romans in London

Exploring London's Roman legacy - a comprehensive resource about Roman London.

Published by: LGfL
The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace

A unique resource about the daily work of The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace, featuring video explanations of centuries old techniques and historic documents.

Published by: LGfL
Ben Uri Gallery

Ben Uri Gallery has been working in partnership with LGfL to develop learning resources to support the KS1/2 Art and Citizenship curriculum. Resources also work well at Key Stage 3 and beyond.

Published by: LGfL
Art Skills for Teachers

This NEN resource provides simple and effective advice for non-specialist Art teachers to inspire creative art activities at school.

Published by: LGfL

Imagine a search engine designed for KS2 children. It would be easy to use, allow safe internet searches and filter inappropriate results to give KS2 relevant, child-friendly online resources.

Published by: SWGFL
Morecambe and Back

This contains all the Mitchell and Kenyon footage shot in Morecambe in 1902 and also records how a primary school used the footage as the base for a cross-curricular theme.

Published by: CLEO
John Ruskin: Seeing Clearly

A cross-curricular resource featuring the Ruskin Foundation's superb comic book treatments of this influential 19th century writer, with a fascinating insight into his artistic techniques.

Published by: CLEO
Audio Network

Audio Network music files can be edited and re-purposed through the Audio Network Schools Licence and are avaiilable to all NEN-connected schools FREE of charge. Over 80,000 tracks available.

Published by: NEN
A Chinese Artist In Lakeland

The landscape of Wordsworth seen through the eyes of Chiang Yee, born in China in 1903, three years before the birth of the Last Emperor. Students can compare his view of Grasmere with a photograph.

Published by: CLEO
Culture Street

Originally called ArtisanCam, this site introduces children and teachers to the world of contemporary visual arts. There are classroom activities, games and interviews with a variety of artists.

Published by: CLEO
Andy Weber: ‘Draw the Buddha’s Face’

Andy Weber, a leading western exponent of Tibetan Buddhist art, demonstrates the traditional grid method of drawing the Buddha's face.

Published by: CLEO

FlashMeeting is an application based on the Adobe Flash 'plug in' and Flash Media Server and allows a dispersed group of people to meet from anywhere in the world with an internet connection.

Published by: E2BN
Celebrating Languages

Celebrating Language aims to raise awareness of and celebrate a diversity of language and cultures.

Published by: E2BN
The Gallery

A collection of high quality images, sound and video files that can be repurposed by teachers and students for educational, not for profit activities.

Published by: E2BN
Myths and Legends

Myths & Legends is for all those who enjoy stories and storytelling. Almost every village, town and city in Britain has its own story - a Celtic or Dark Age legend, a strange happening or fable.

Published by: E2BN

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