Useful resources websites for schools
(This website list is indented to show suggestions of resources available for schools to use in education – ICE does not control any of these third party websites and is not in association or collaboration with any content, as such any views expressed are not our own)
Now you can view inspirational movie clips from many of your favourite films. These WingClips™ can also be downloaded to use in your school, church or other organization
We’re a team of movie lovers, technology and innovation enthusiasts who work day and night to make it possible to search for any moment in any film.
Since 1999 we have provided high quality, instant access primary and secondary school assemblies written and tested by teachers and other assembly leaders.
If you’re a youth worker short on time or inspiration, or want some games, ideas, easy to use sessions, talks and information this is a good place to start!
These assemblies have been used successfully with children of all ages in many schools. They include speaking and acting parts for children and adults.
Thousands of free lesson ideas and activity resources.Covering all topics from litaracy to sciences, plus help with classroom management.
The wesite of the dedication youthwork magazine, full of up to date articles, interviews, videos and resources.
In its broadest, schoolswork.co.uk is about every Christian who works in and visits schools across the UK, passionate about making a difference in the lives of children and young people.
Damaris is an educational charity that is growing very fast through our partnership with the film industry. We create official community resources to accompany the latest feature films.
Festive was established in 2007 with a vision to provide Christian support to students and staff in Further Education Colleges and Sixth Forms.
Dare2engage is a network of teachers and practitioners in 16-19 education who share a common aim to develop new and innovative resources for RE and spiritual development.
The project is sponsored by the Jerusalem Trust, which is part of the Sainsbury Family Trusts.
Breathe is a resource for the spiritual development of 16-19 year olds, encouraging them to explore and consider themes of belief, journey and values through a series of interactive, experiential meditations and activities.
As an outside organisation operating in schools, ICE and our associate workers adhere to the PCfRE guidance for guests visiting schools.