Gojimo | This app claims that “a third of all GCSE and A Level students use it”, covering twenty-eight GCSE subjects. Content is catered to the specifications of each exam board.
KS4, Twinkl limited access unless you register for free; worksheets and games for most subjects from KS3-GCSE
Oak National Academy 10,000+ free video lessons and resources.
Lessons Worth Sharing | TED-Ed – video lessons
GCSE and A Level Audio Study and Revision Guides | Audiopi – free podcasts available until 01-10-2021, monthly subscription required from that date. English, Humanities and Science
Complete Issues – revised daily; the best in global journalism with articles on all subjects; particularly useful for Business, Geography, Philosophy and Ethics and Sociology
PressReader | Suffolk Libraries – access to hundreds of free magazines on every topic and worldwide newspapers. Titles include BBC History/BBC History Revealed/All About History/History Scotland/Geographical/National Geographic Traveller/many Business Traveller guides/Bloomberg Business/China Today/The Church of England Newspaper and so much more!
Geographical – Geographical Magazine – not full access to the magazine but lots of great articles are available for free, plus you can register for a weekly newsletter and free e-Books or listen to a topical monthly podcast
Worldmapper | rediscover the world as you’ve never seen it before – a collection of world maps called cartograms, where territories are resized on each map according to the subject of interest. Continuously extended and updated. Just amazing!!
Free videos from around the world — ProjectExplorer – this site has a US bias but covers humanities and arts topics all over the globe
Fire Map – NASA | LANCE | FIRMS – not a GCSE resource as such, but a rather scary ‘real time’ map of fires across the globe
Revise GCSE History – YouTube – mostly free content; some videos will require subscription to view
BBC Sounds – You’re Dead To Me – All Available Episodes – great podcasts from Genghis Khan to the history of Stonehenge
The History Learning Site Covering All Historical Topics – an excellent and comprehensive site
Home – Office for National Statistics (ons.gov.uk) – gives you government statistics on crime, education, stratification and families
Suffolk Observatory – Welcome to the Suffolk Observatory – statistics on society, employment and the economy in Suffolk
The Guardianunlimited – type in subjects to find essays and articles
Philosophy Now | a magazine of ideas – limited free access to 4 articles per month
Psychology Hub – Aimed mostly towards ‘A’ Level and not the GCSE exam board King Edward VI School uses, so still useful,but use with caution
Business Studies | Revision World – revision notes and past papers
Economics Help – some free content; extension reading for GCSE
Global Economy | Financial Times (ft.com) – blog from the FT
Home – BBC Bitesize – use BBC Bitesize to help with your homework, revision and learning, with free videos and step by step guides
BBC Future – a multitude of topics but essays and films of particular interest to humanities and science students