our key story
In September 2017 we had an idea to create a unique KS1 and KS2 geography product which contains all the resources (worksheets, PowerPoints and teacher guidance) you’ll ever need to teach the Geography National Curriculum through real places. We felt that if geographical skills were taught in a real context of a small area (KS1) or region (KS2), then the learning would be better embedded.
We focused on 8 ‘key’ areas and after months of hard work have developed a whole series of ‘Keys’ that are easy and quick for teachers to use, relevant to the National Curriculum and engaging for those learning Geography at KS1 or KS2.
The keys have already become award winning. They received a highly commended publishers award from the Geographical Association and won the Teach Primary Resource Awards 2018 in the geography section.
6 'key' benefits
Reduces teacher planning time
KS1 & KS2 National Curriculum Geography compliant
Key USB includes worksheets, hand-outs, PPTs, maps and photos
Multi award winning resources (2018)
Engaging geography activities children will love
Excellent value for money
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About B&C Educational
B&C Educational produces and supplies stimulating, authentic and creative teaching and learning resources to schools, mainly at primary level. The resources are focused on bringing to life the culture and daily practices of distant places and can be used to introduce an exciting global dimension to the school curriculum.
Our vision is to raise the profile of Geography in Primary Schools
“I really enjoy this geography."
"Thanks to B&C Educational our geography teaching has never been so strong! Excited students and confident teachers!"
"With B&C Educational’s support and guidance, we have been able to create a geography curriculum which is exciting, relevant, and personal to our school."
A student from St Bernard’s Catholic Primary School, talking about working on the California activities
Jodie Richardson, Senior Leader Milking Bank Primary School Milking Bank Primary School
Marcia Harris, Head of Cradley C of E Primary School