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Education and tutorial services
Oxford Open Learning (www.ool.co.uk) provide distance learning and home study courses.
Tutor Hunt (www.tutorhunt.com) provide a search for both tutors and students to locate each other.
AQA (www.aqa.org.uk): The Assessment and Qualifications Alliance. Specifications, support material, exhibitions, conferences.
CCEA (www.ccea.org.uk): Northern Ireland Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) - primary and secondary curriculum and examinations; including specificationss and publications.
Edexcel (www.edexcel.org.uk): Includes students' section with qualifications explained and a course search facility for Edexcel courses.
OCR (www.ocr.org.uk): Oxford, Cambridge and RSA examinations
WJEC (www.wjec.co.uk): The Welsh Joint Education Committee
Becta (www.becta.org.uk): Responsible for the development and delivery of the Government's ICT and e-learning strategy. Offers advice and information.
QCA (www.qca.org.uk): Qualifications and Curriculum Authority. A mine of information on the National Curriculum, including key stages, attainment levels, SATs.
The Standards Site (www.standards.dfes.gov.uk): Information on numerous aspects of teaching: educational issues, research, guidelines, forums.
Teachernet (www.teachernet.gov.uk): Information for educational professionals. Resources, DfES news, events, articles, interactive tools, KS1-3 lesson plans (all evaluated), issues.
NATE (www.nate.org.uk): National Association for the Teaching of English. Reviews and articles, publications, courses and conferences.
Andrew Moore's English site (www.universalteacher.org.uk): Very comprehensive site. Student tutorials on many aspects of English. Audio files of poems.
Myers-Insole Local Learning: a not for profit Community Interest Company that promotes an understanding of Bristol's heritage, providing resources and in-service training.
Masters in Special Education (www.mastersinspecialeducation.org): one of the largest
actively maintained lists of accredited schools offering a Masters in Special Education.
Your Homework (www.yourhomework.co.uk): a not for profit organisation that provides a wide range of interesting and helpful articles for pupils and parents on how to approach homework.