Britannica® School is an award winning online resource mapped to the UK, IB and Common Core curricular. Britannica’s three differentiated reading levels supports the least-to-most able and enables each student to learn at the level that best suits their individual needs.
Britannica enables EAL learners and students with reading difficulties to gain additional support with features that have been designed to aid their learning including read aloud functionality and double-click dictionary. Gifted and talented students can access thousands of editorially checked articles, images, videos, journals and primary sources all from one site.
Winner of best ‘Digital Collections and Resource Banks’ award at Bett 2015, all of Britannica School's content is editorially checked, fully cited and regularly updated. Britannica School is a whole school resource that is unmatched by any other educational publisher and supports the Ofsted requirements for SMSC, parental engagement, EAL learners, SEN students and gifted and talented students.
Britannica is mapped to the Science curriculum and offers the largest database of trusted and accurate information for engaging students in the exploration of STEM subject areas. Thousands of magazine and journal articles, videos, images, audio clips, encyclopedias and primary are updated regularly to provide the most current, real-world content for discovery and exploratory learning.
Britannica’s lesson plan area enables teachers to create collaborative activities for small and large groups and share with colleagues and students through a unique URL.
Britannica® ImageQuest™ is an online library of over 3 million rights-cleared images. Fast, easy and safe to use, ImageQuest is uniquely designed to specially meet the needs of the education community. Images from over 50 of the world's best and most respected image libraries, including the British Library, National Geographic Society and Getty Images. All images are selected for their educational relevance and brings to life any project or lesson.
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