for over 30 years, Resources For Learning have said many things on behalf of many clients, in print, on video, dvd, cd-rom and on the web.
We were asked to design a logo for the Steel City Schools Partnership, a newly created academy formed between three Sheffield primary schools; Fox Hill, Mansel and Monteney.
We developed the new logo to help bring all three schools together under one identity and to help them celebrate and raise the profile of the new partnership.
For the last 3 years we have created and sent a fun, festive Yeti game, instead of a Christmas card, to wish everyone a very Happy Christmas.
In case we missed you off our Christmas list you can play our latest game 'Snowball Shenanigans' here.
Face Yeti in a snowball fight. Just use the arrow keys to dodge the snowballs and the spacebar to fire your magical, melting mitten rays!
You can find all three of our Yeti games available to play here.
Have a very Yeti Christmas!
Following on from last year's success, we have created a selection of new resources for bootslearningstore.com.
These resources support the existing BBC Children in Need material to form a comprehensive set of teaching and learning tools.
Pudsey party is an interactive storybook to help pupils to understand the idea of fundraising.
Let's Help Each Other is a complete assembly ideas pack including a presentation for use with an interactive whiteboard.
The Teaching Ideas pack contains a wide selection of teaching ideas, lesson plans and worksheets.
There has been a fantastic response to new learning material recently added to bootslearningstore.com
We are working with Severn Trent Water on their exciting new Water Champions employee volunteering scheme.
If you're in the Severn Trent region and are interested in getting your primary school involved with Water Champions, or would like to find out more about the project, visit their website here: www.stwater.co.uk/waterchampions.
Letzgogreen.org website has reached 1 million hits... and counting!
The popular educational website was created on behalf of Centro as a learning resource focusing on sustainable travel and has gone from strength to strength since its launch.
The website is aimed at 11-14 year olds and features videos, statistics and photographs intended to help students with research into sustainable travel.