• Helping Cumbrian Primary school children to Dream BIG.


Resources: PSHE

As Cumbria’s largest independent animal welfare charity, Oak Tree Animals’ Charity are the leading provider of education and community support regarding pets in the local area. They offer workshops to primary schools on responsible pet ownership and safety around dogs, available at a time to suit you.

Scott Findlay is the creative founder of The Ambitious Plonker Book Club, which is the foundations to what will be a series of books for both children and adults to read and take inspiration from. Not only is he a children’s author, but he is also on a journey to reach out, and inspire as many people as possible to live their best life, hence the statement, becoming an ambitious plonker. So, what is an ambitious plonker?

Run by Kaefer, students learn how to recognise individual strengths and personalities. Students, employers and the teachers will take a personality test to find which of 6 animals they are, each animal has 5 personality traits and suggested careers. This shows how we can use our strengths and personalities effectively in school or in the workplace and how we interact with those around us. This event can be combined with the Kaefer Careers Aspirations session.

Moodboosters have teamed up with BBC Children in Need and children’s mental health charity stormbreak, to develop a series of fun, simple and interactive classroom activities to get your class moving for mental health and wellbeing.

These energetic, movement-based classroom activities focus on promoting self-confidence in pupils by encouraging them to use movement and positive thinking to build self-esteem.

Range of resources and videos for EYFS, KS1 and KS2.

Free resources for Science from Whizzpopbang

This collection of resources from BAE Systems contains a series of worksheets for use in the classroom.

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Sustainable Learning connects teachers with free learning resources and expert knowledge to inspire children about sustainability through National Curriculum learning.

The home of our ‘STEM by Stealth’ educational approach to bringing engineering and engineers into primary classrooms and curricula.

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) has an outreach programme.

The Jaguar Primary School Challenge is a STEM competition, open to students aged 6-11 years in teams of between 3 and 6 students.

Explorify provides free, high-quality science teaching resources aimed at Primary Schools.

Our award-winning FREE-OF-CHARGE programme was established to reduce and prevent the needless accidents and deaths of young people on the roads.

Public Health Nurse Practitioners are specialist nurses based within each locality and are available to work with your school to identify and address health and wellbeing needs through a school review and bespoke delivery plan at no cost to your school.

Provides first aid training to Primary School (Year 3) children across Copeland and some areas of Allerdale to enable more children to gain vital life-saving skills.

The Premier League Primary Stars programme uses the appeal of the football Premier League to inspire children to learn, be active and develop important life skills.

Lifesavers is a financial education programme for primary schools, helping children manage money wisely now and in the future.

Volunteers from Business Toolbox Cumbria, Mott MacDonald, Red Pike Education and Sellafield Ltd have developed workshops that take children on a journey which started 200 years ago with the birth of Florence to the current day with the building of the new Nightingale Hospitals used to help with the Coronavirus outbreak.

Fun, local story walks for children and the young at heart

John is a local chef who can offer cooking, food demonstrations and workshops for your pupils.

Rolls-Royce have created a range of free resources ranging from colouring in sheets to online games, worksheets, and engaging videos.

Lakes College want to involve their level 2 and 3 students in industry projects involving designing activities/workshops for topic support in their local primary schools.

Oak Tree Animals’ Charity offer workshops to primary schools on responsible pet ownership and safety around dogs, available at a time to suit you.

They are keen to support Primary schools with, for example, raising awareness of autism, relationships, respecting differences between people, mental health.

A range of different workshops available to minimise the risk to children due to fire, water, ice and fireworks.

a whole-school approach to healthy lifestyles and engaging with pupils and their families to promote tangible health behaviour changes.

Age UK West Cumbria has developed FREE lesson plans to promote health and well-being.

An opportunity for your pupils to question volunteers from different sectors and find out about what’s involved to do that job.