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Encyklopedia Britannica Online
Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, is a leading provider of learning and knowledge products. We're proud to be one of the world's most trusted sources of information on every topic imaginable - from the origins of the universe to current events and everything in between. Get a glimpse of our company, products, and business opportunities here on our corporate site to see how we're making it happen.

MSN Encarta

Reference features in MSN Encarta Premium include a comprehensive online encyclopedia, the Encarta Interactive World Atlas, the Encarta World English Dictionary and Thesaurus and translation dictionary, and a searchable magazine collection featuring the archives of leading magazines. MSN Encarta Premium also includes powerful tools to help children with homework. Customers have access to Literature Guides, which contain helpful summaries and insights on many of the great works of literature commonly studied in grades 6-12.

Wikipedia


Education for sustainable development
Education for sustainable development (ESD) is an approach to the whole curriculum and management of a school, not a new subject. It has its roots in environmental education and development education. As a result, many of the building blocks of education for sustainable development are already present in every school. This website has been designed to help teachers, curriculum coordinators, school managers and governors to develop approaches to education for sustainable development

National Curriculum Information

National Curriculum information, run by the Department for Education and Skills (DfES)- a wealth of information about the National Curriculum.

nc.ek.net

The National Curriculum site to find links from every programme of study for all ages.

Parent Centre

This site features leaflets designed to help primary schools get parents more involved in their children's learning across the curriculum

The Standards Site
QCA/Dfes schemes of work for science, ICT, modern foreign languages, design and technology, history, geography, art and design, music, physical education, citizenship and religious education.