Here at School Legacy Counsulting we strive to provide you with the most comprehensive resources available. The tools we offer are not only for student and parent use but for teachers as well. Below we have listed a couple of handy websites that may make your life as a teacher a little bit easier.
The British Red Cross has a wonderful, easy to use website. Their education resources are broken down in a few different ways so that you can fine tune your search as much as you like. You can search based on age range, topics, school subject, and resource type. The majority of their topics pertain to issues of the Red Cross such as: disaster relief, conflict, humanitarianism, and first aid. To find out more about what the British Red Cross has to offer, please click the following link: http://www.redcross.org.uk/What-we-do/Teaching-resources
The tes website has a massive amount of teaching resources and information for teachers. In addition to classroom resources, they also offer news, community conversation boards, and job postings. Once you’re on the website you can sign up to make your very own free profile. This profile can help you keep track of any jobs applications, searches, or alerts. Their website works like Google —but for classroom materials. Simply type a topic, word, or even a phrase to find the perfect resources for your curriculum. To get started on finding the best materials for your class please click the following link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources