Including: Resources designed to promote the development of mathematical knowledge and skills.
Including: Resources designed to promote the development of pupils’ spoken language, reading, writing and vocabulary.
Including: Resources spanning history, geography, religious education, art, PE, MFL, music and computing that offer new and creative approaches to teaching and learning.
Including: Digital devices for pupils to use, including tablets, robots, printers, audio-visual equipment, cameras, etc.
Including: Resources designed to support the care and development of children with special educational needs.
Including: Resources schools can use to develop staff and standards of education.
Including: Resources that promote happiness and health for pupils and teachers alike.
Including: Resources that engage children in the excitement and possibilities offered by science, technology, engineering and maths.
Including: Resources provided to schools free of charge, including charity and fundraising resources.
Is the resource appropriate for use by children in primary settings?
How significantly does the benefit of the resource outweigh its cost?
How innovative is the resource? What does it offer that hasn’t been offered before?
How well does the resource withstand the rigours of use in a busy primary setting?
How successfully does the resource promote children’s learning and development?
How usable is the resource for educators without extensive subject expertise? eg for teachers who can’t read music or don’t speak a modern foreign language.