British Board of Film Classification
The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) is the regulator for films and DVDs in the UK. It has an active education department who provide insight into how films are rated and why, through dedicated websites CBBFC (Children's BBFC) and SBBFC (Students' BBFC), school visits and in-house seminars.
Email contact JPerezStrand@britishmuseum.org
Tel: 020 7323 8181
Their first session will be on Thursday 30 January 2014.
It is entitled Treasure challenge video conference.
There are two sessions, from 10.30-12.00 pm and from 12.30 to 2.00 pm.
Advanced bookings are now being taken for this exciting event, which is designed for Key Stage 2 students. The students work through the real challenges faced by archeologists, scientists and museum staff.
DART EDUCATION is a newly established consultancy and publisher providing a range of education services for teachers, pupils and other education specialists in Devon, throughout the UK and internationally.
We specialise in:
- Schools videoconferencing
- Education consultancy
- Multimedia production and publishing
- Marketing, promotion and conference management
The company was established by Tim Arnold in March 2013.
Moving English Forward–CPD for teachers
Are you interested in finding out how video technology allows your school to connect up with another school that is miles away, enabling you to hear and see them?
Join Shafiq Latif, a member of the Janet Videoconferencing operational support team, as he gives a short presentation about how the technology behind your videoconference works.
This will be followed by a question and answer session and is suitable for Key Stage 2.
The JORVIK Viking Centre stands on the site of one of the most famous and astounding discoveries of modern archaeology. Between the years 1976-81 archaeologists from York Archaeological Trust revealed the houses, workshops and backyards of the Viking-Age city of Jorvik as it stood 1,000 years ago.
Wherever you are in the world, you can invite a Viking character into your classroom via videoconferencing. Spend 45 minutes with him or her; they will tell you about their lives, their homes, their journeys and their pastimes, and your pupils can ask them questions!
The London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading orchestras.
An energetic and ground-breaking education and community programme, The LSO Discovery Programme at LSO St Lukes, is using videoconferencing and online technologies to bring musical experiences to schools and communities across the UK and abroad.
Whether you want a cost effective way to extend your curriculum, offer something more for your Gifted and Talented Programme or need specialist staff, We Teach could be for you. We are the leading provider of interactive distance learning videoconference courses in the UK. Our AS, A2 and GCSE courses are delivered via videoconferencing directly into the classroom and with our flexible approach we can work around your timetable.
Our courses are entire GCSEs, AS or A2 Level courses delivered over one or two years. A selection of our courses is displayed on this site.
Meteorology Learning (MetLearn) was formed in response to a growing demand from UK Primary schools for reliable, classroom-ready resources about weather, climate and climate change.
The aim is to
- feed every young child's thirst for knowledge
- inspire them to explore the world
- encourage learning with fun.
The World of Weather
All my weather-related conferences are tailored to provide fully interactive presentations, aimed at children across...
Key Stage: Key stage 1, Key stage 2
Experience a Museum of London session without even leaving the classroom! We offer videoconference sessions for Key Stage 1 and 2. Each session allows pupils to interact with characters or educators from the Museum and investigate objects from our collection via a television screen or interactive whiteboard.
If you have not participated in a videoconference before:
The National Coal Mining Museum for England offers pupils a unique opportunity to see and feel at first hand what life was like at the coalface and to find out about the communities that grew up around the industry.
For pupils who are too far away to visit the National Coal Mining Museum for England, or for teachers wishing to consolidate learning following a visit, a videoconference workshop is an exciting and interactive way for pupils to access the Museum’s resources and learn about coal mining. All videoconference sessions are free.