Links

English

Andrew Moores Resource Site

– Andrew Moore’s resource site for English teachers; free access to extensive teaching resources for English at KS3/4, GCSE and Advanced Level.

Novel Guide

– NovelGuide todays premier novel resource guide and literary analysis search tool assisting students and teachers with Free information and facts on classic and contemporary literature.

GCSE English

– GCSE English section of the award-winning tutorials, tips and revision advice website, covering exams for students, parents and teachers.

English Biz

– Englishbiz Revision Guide for English & Media Studies GCSE and A-level.

Sam Learning

– Sam Learning (Click links for English).

Physical Education

P.E. Centre

– P.E. CENTRE is a Resource for Teachers, Students and Educators interested in Physical Education and Exam Courses.

PE 4 U

– A site for all students and teachers studying PE and Sport.

Health and Social Care

Best Treatments Guide

– Clinical Evidence for Patience.

Department of Health

– Welcome to the Department of Health.

NHS Direct

– Health Information.

Media Studies

St Austell Voice

– Homepage of the St Austell Voice Newspaper.

Site Construction

Galliford Try

– Construction team building the new school site.

Governor Related

School Governors One Stop Shop

– The School Governors’ One-Stop Shop is a small, incorporated charity. It exists to recruit school governors for schools that need them most.

TeacherNet – Governors

– Information and links for Governors.

National Association of Governors and Managers

– Membership organisation for school governors.

GovernorNet

– Provides information on all aspects of school governance.

Music

Soundjunction

– Learn about remixing music.

MTV

– Home of Music TV.

allmusic.com

– Comprehensive guide to recordings in every genre.

www.youthmusic.org.uk

– Young persons music charity set up in 1999 to promote music making opportunities and to provide advice to those with the least access.

www.makingmusic.org.uk

– What better way to raise funds locally and help promote Making Music.

The Royal College of Music

– The College offers its own undergraduate degree and postgraduate qualifications to doctoral level in music.

Royal Academy of Music

– Royal Academy of Music – Britain’s senior music conservatoire.

NME.COM

– The online presence of the UK-based New Musical Express.

History

BBC History – WW2

– Covers various topics of the war such as campaigns and battles, politics, home front, and the holocaust. Multimedia zone offers interactive maps, photographs and audio and video clips. WW2 People’s War is a new website from BBCi History, aspiring to.

History World

– HistoryWorld describes world history in interconnecting narratives and illustrated timelines. You can search for events by theme, place and year.

Learning Curve

– Learning Curve is a free online teaching and learning resource, following the History National Curriculum from Key Stages 2 to 5.

Institute of Historical Research

– An important resource and meeting place for History scholars from all over the world.

English Heritage

– The department responsible for providing advice and expertise in archaeology and archaeological science.

Maths

MathsNet

– Interactive Mathematics, Information Technology and the Internet: a collection of resources for education, aimed at students, teachers and anyone else.

MathsNet

– Interactive Mathematics, Information Technology and the Internet: a collection of resources for education, aimed at students, teachers and anyone else.

Count On

– Maths games and activites for schoolchildren, resources for teachers and general maths investigations.

Business Studies

The Marketing Council

– A site discussing Marketing.

Biz / ed

– A Web site for students and educators in business studies, economics, accounting, leisure, sport & recreation and travel & tourism.

National Statistics Online

– Data on economy, population and society at national and local level. Summaries and detailed data releases are published free of charge.

Open University Business School

– Details of business courses available through the Open University including free course samplers.

Manchester Business School

– Manchester Business School is one of the leading business schools in the world.

London Business School

– London Business School is consistently ranked as one of the top business schools in the world.

Dow Jones Index

– Dow Jones & Company publishes The Wall Street Journal and its international and online editions.

FTSE Index Company

– Provides access to the FTSE index and a variety of other indices and resources. Requires registration (free) for full navigation.

NASDAQ Stock Market

– Detailed market and security information for the Nasdaq “Over The Counter” stock exchange.

Bloomberg

– Breaking financial, business and economic news worldwide from major provider of information services.

CNN Money

– CNN & MONEY magazine combine business news, stock quotes & financial market coverage with personal finance advice, tools & investing tips.

Business Link

– A comprehensive information resource for small and medium sized businesses, linked to local advice centres across England and relevant government websites.

BBC Business News

– World business news from the BBC.

Art

National Gallery (UK)

– The National Gallery, London, houses one of the greatest collections of European painting in the world. These pictures belong to the public and entrance to see them is free.

V&A National Art Library

– The V&A in South Kensington is part of a family of museums consisting of The Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green and The Theatre Museum in Covent Garden. All V&A Museums are free entry.

Tate Modern

– Tate Online: British and international modern art.

Museum of Modern Art

– The Museum of Modern Art’s Web site provides information on current and upcoming art, film and media, and online exhibitions; highlights from MoMA’s unparalleled collection of modern and contemporary art; and listings of education and family programs.

National Gallery of Art (Washington)

– The National Gallery of Art, Washington houses one of the finest collections in the world illustrating major achievements in painting, sculpture, and graphic arts from the Middle Ages to the present.

ICT

ICT GCSE

– The number 1 resource for ICT education on the net. Games, guides, activities, animations, the list goes on and on…

Bitesize ICT Page

– A secondary ICT revision resource for GCSE exams, covering ICT systems, hardware, software, data communications, databases, measurement and control, modelling, the legal framework, implications of ICT and a mock exam.

Moodle

– A web based VLE. A good site to learn how to use Moodle.

Neowin.net/

– Sci/Tech News.

British Computer Society

– The British Computer Society (BCS) is the industry body for IT professionals, and a Chartered Engineering Institution for Information Technology (IT). With members in over 100 countries around the world, the BCS is the leading professional and learned Society in the field of computers and information systems.

Computer Terms Dictionary

– The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing is a searchable dictionary of terms from computing and related fields.

Apple Computers

– Homepage of Apple computers.

Microsoft

– Homepage of Microsoft.

Geography

Geography Site

– A comprehensive site exploring Geography, with online lessons, revision sheets, and easy to read information about the geography topics you cover at school.

Revision Links (GCSE)

– Geography Revision Links.

Revision Centre (GCSE)

– Revision notes for Geography.

Revision Notes (GCSE)

– GCSE Geography Revision.

Bitesize Geography Page

– A secondary revision resource for GCSE exams.

National Geographic

– Resource for scientific discovery, photography, travel, exploration, maps, news, educational tools, and an online store from the National Geographic Society.

Google Earth – Explore, Search and Discover

– A 3D world browsing tool.

CIA World Factbook

– Information on countries.

Lonely Planet

– Travel guidebooks, advice, information and inspiration.

Science

Exam Tutor

– A level and gcse resources for students providing revision material on all aspects of a level biology and gcse biology, a level business studies and gcse business studies, a level chemistry and gcse chemistry, a level mathematics or maths and gcse maths, and a level physics and gcse physics.

School Science

– See how the science we learn at school relates to our world.

HowStuffWorks

– HowStuffWorks explains hundreds of subjects, from car engines to lock-picking to ESP, using clear language and tons of illustrations.

Skoool

– A new concept in e-learning solutions.

S-Cool!

– S-cool is the UK’s leading revision website. We are dedicated to providing high quality A-level and GCSE revision material.

New Scientist

– Weekly science and technology news magazine, considered by some to be the world’s best, with diverse subject matter.

Science Museum

– The Science Museum’s web site offers information on the history of science, industry and medicine and how their impact on our lives. Online exhibitions, view the collections, special events and information for visitors.

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