Website Listings

10ticks - Offers National Curriculum compliant maths worksheets for teachers, parents and students together with helpful advice, games and activities.

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BBC Revision Guide - Provides comprehensive listings of revision resources for students revising for GCSEs, Standard Grades, AS levels, SATs and KS3 exams.

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Education Unlimited - A good site which pulls on the education credentials of the paper and lots more.

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EduWeb - This informative site is aimed at teachers and pupils alike and is absolutely packed.

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Info Youth - Click here and get advice from students, lecturers, counsellors and other school leavers.

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National Learning Grid - Site offers schools and pupils being able to access and share educational resources.

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National Organisation for Adult Learning - The aim of this site is to provide adults in England with the opportunity to return to education.

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Project GCSE - Provides a list of resources for students revising for their GCSEs including revision notes, practice questions, a GCSE bookshop and coursework advice.

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Resource Development - Offers management training with flexible learning and aims to make programs identical to those on campus or in the classroom.

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S-cool! - Site dedicated to providing revision information on a selection of subjects, teenager life style issues, learning and career opportunities for students between the ages of 14 to 19 studying for the UK examinations system.

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The Learning Kingdom - This site is aimed squarely at schoolchildren and visitors will find daily features, today in history and much much more.

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The Learning Network - This site is the online arm of the Open College and sister organisation to the Open University. Has the facility to register for courses, tutor support and ordering materials.

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Topmarks - An excellent site which aims to bring UK schools together in a collaborative push for higher standards.

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