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is a daily news-based curriculum resource that helps students link their school education to the wider world and motivate and engage them in the classroom, bringing learning to life and designed to explain, teach and inform.
Each school day three new stories are written that aim to explain current affairs and to highlight the main issues behind a story and every Friday there's a weekly news quiz.
The stories are:
Most schools use The Day as a topical and engaging discussion starter for form time and a time-saving resource in lessons accross the curriculum.
helps students think for themselves by...
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The BBC License Fee
Watching television without a TV licence could get you a criminal record. That won’t happen if you don’t pay your council tax or utility bills. Why is the BBC’s money so fiercely defended?
'Why I believe Tony Benn mattered'
He knew that politics was about ideas that can change the world and he could communicate them brilliantly. Too few modern politicians have his courage, conviction or vision.
Nearly 140,000 photographs from over 166 countries were submitted, and this week the winners of the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards were announced. They provide a stunning set of images, by individuals who are passionate about the art of photography. Read more...
Short Epics are news stories culled from the forgotten corners of newspapers published in cities and towns that in turn are often forgotten by humanity hurrying on its way. In the cartoons the stories are told in 140 characters or less — the length of a tweet.
The Big Issues
A deeper look at the major events and forces changing our world. These story collections are fantastic for studying important themes, current trends, and key dates in history.
World Water Day
Saturday 22nd March in the UN's World Water day, which celebrates the water take for granted and encourages people to get informed about global water issues.
News for the Week
Ever wanted to decide tomorrow’s headlines? Here is your chance to become an interactive editor for The Day. Simply drag and drop the stories below into your chosen order. We promise to publish the most popular each week.
Welcome to our collection of thought-provoking photographs from around the world selected by our editors. Each one is accompanied by questions, activities and a link to one of our articles, providing a great resource for Form Time and a topical starter for lessons across the curriculum.
Welcome to our collection of the very best short videos from around the web selected by our editors. Each one is accompanied by questions, activities and a link to one of our articles, making them ideal for use in Form Time and a dynamic starter for lessons across the curriculum.
Every students and teachers can now auto-access the daily stories and search extensive archive of articles by visiting theday.co.uk within our school.
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