eResources

On this page you will find links to many useful third party websites, many of which are specific to your course. Click on your course link to see what resources are available.

Here is a list of commonly used resources. Click an image link to go to that website.

Issues Online logo

Issues Online is an amazing resource of articles on numerous social issues.

To log in:

  1. Go to Issues Online
  2. Type Northampton College IdP in to the box, select it and press continue.
  3. Enter your College login details then click Login
Anatomy TV logo

Anatomy TV is a wonderful interactive resource for how the human body works.

To log in:

  1. Go to Anatomy TV
  2. Find and select Northampton College on the dropdown list and click Log in
  3. Enter your College login details then click Login
Planet eStream logo

Planet eStream has huge selection of videos that you will find useful for your course.

To log in:

  1. Go to Planet eStream
  2. Enter your College login details and password then click Log in
Childlink logo

Childlink is a detailed database of news, papers, statistics, research, legislation, parliamentary proceedings and more.

To log in:

  1. Go to Childlink
  2. Type Northampton College IdP in to the box, select it and click continue.
  3. Enter your College login details then click Login
Adult Safeguarding Hub logo

Adult Safeguarding Hub allows you to access relevant and current information to assist you with understanding, practice, and decision making in relation to vulnerable adults.

To log in:

  1. Go to Adult Safeguarding Hub
  2. Type Northampton College IdP, select it and click continue
  3. Enter your college login details and click Login.
Rock's Backpages logo

Rock's Backpages is the ultimate archive of music journalism... Over 28,000 articles on artists from Aaliyah to ZZ Top!

To log in:

  1. Go to Rock's Backpages
  2. Type Northampton College IdP, select it and click continue.
  3. Enter your College login details then click Login
Vogue Archives logo

The Vogue Archive is an incredible resource for anyone with an interest in fashion. Explore back issue of Vogue!

To log in:

  1. Go to The Vogue Archive
  2. Under 'Find Your Library', type Northampton College into the box, click search and then select it.
  3. Enter your College login details then click Login
Jisc logo

Jisc Hairdressing Training is a detailed database of video tutorials, quizzes and worksheets for hairdressing students. Videos and quizzes are also available to download.

No login required

Media Plus logo

Media Plus brings more than 100,000 videos, images, and sound recordings to your screen.

No log in required

General eResources and websites for English, Maths, Exams & Revision

English

Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.

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Free Rice: Broaden your vocabulary and donate rice at the same time! For every answer you get right, sponsors donate the money for 10 grains of rice.
Grammar Monster: Online lessons, quizzes, tests and glossaries. Contains sections on commonly mixed up words, word types and pronunciation.
BBC Pronunciation: Tim's pronunciation workshop from the BBC features short videos focusing on the lesser known details of pronunciation.
PhonicsPlay provide more phonics games to help you practice pronunciation and reading skills.
ICT Games contains links to many basic skills games. It has a large collection of literacy games.
Put in your own spelling words and Spelling City will give you some fun games to help remember and spell them.
The British Library: This website allows you to discover literature from a range of different historical periods.
BBC Bitesize: Tips and tricks for reading, writing, speaking and listening. English learning resources for students of Functional Skills in England.
We Write Every Day: Inspiration for keeping a diary, writing stories, flash fiction and more.
Maths

Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.

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Khan Academy: Learn Maths from basic to advanced from video tutorials and tests.
MathsWatch: Maths revision for GCSE and AS Level. Password information can be found here on our Moodle page
MyMaths: Great place to learn Maths. Password information can be found here on our Moodle page
100 Hunt: How quickly can you find the numbers? (by ICT Games)
Corbett Maths: An excellent maths resource where you can watch instructional videos and try sample questions.
Maths Genie: A great site for your maths revision. There are lots of how-to videos and lots of sample questions.
On Maths: Past exam papers, videos and revision papers by topic.
Maths Made Easy: Past exam papers, videos and revision papers by topic.
BBC Bitesize: Using numbers, carrying out calculations and interpreting results. Learning resources for students of Functional Skills in England.

Exams & Revision

Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.

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Revision World: Designed for GCSE, you'll find a wide range of information arranged by subject and topic.
BBC Bitesize: A free online study support resource designed to help with learning and revision.

Resources and websites by course

Access to Health
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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Royal Society of Biology includes free access to a number of bioscience journals including The Biologist, Journal of Biological Education and Emerging Topics in Life Sciences.
New Scientist: Science news and collections of in-depth articles.
The Biomedical Scientist: Biomedical news, views and analysis.
The Institute of Biomedical Sciences: Their list of free online journals.
Journal of Experimental Biology
Journal of Cell Science
Development Journal
Disease Models and Mechanisms Journal
Biology Open Journal
Nature is the world's leading multidisciplinary science journal and publishes peer-reviewed research.
Annual Reviews: A nonprofit publisher dedicated to synthesizing & integrating knowledge for the progress of science & the benefit of society
JISC Health and social care training: High quality videos, guides, infographics and interactive learning materials.
Adult Safeguarding Hub: A single point of focus for individuals to access relevant and current information to assist them with understanding, practice, and decision making in relation to vulnerable adults.
Issues Online: An amazing resource of articles on numerous issues which could be useful for your course.
A huge selection of videos that you will find useful for your course. Includes news reports and documentaries on various topics.
Verywell Mind is a trusted and compassionate online resource that has a library with over 4,000 pieces of content, written by more than 100 healthcare professionals.
Wiley Online Library: One of the largest and most authoritative collections of online journals, books, and research resources, covering life, health, social, and physical sciences.
E-book Central: A large collection of e-books, useful for your course.
Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources.

Accounting

Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.

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Accounting Coach: Accounting Coach has 36 topics, each include an Explanation, Quiz, Questions and Answers and a Crossword.
Free Accounting School: A resource of 8 video lessons on the basics of accounting.
Discover Accounting: Resources for accounting students and accountants.

Art & Design
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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The National Gallery: You can search the entire collection of The National Gallery. You can view the paintings in detail and go behind the scenes, go on virtual tours, view articles and videos to give you an insight in to the world of art.
Art UK: Art UK are a charity dedicated to making art available to everyone. Access artist profiles, blog posts, articles, venue news, podcasts and more.
Art Project: You can access high resolution images of a large number of artworks from some of the world's leading galleries.
Getty Publications: The J. Paul Getty trust is an organisation dedicated to visual arts. Their blog explores all things art related and you can access the Getty Magazine for free as well as explore their Virtual Library.
Tate Life Drawing Masterclass: Tate invited five well-known artists to teach a Life Drawing Masterclass, from their own unique perspective.
Design Curial: Encompassing architecture, design, art and interiors, Design Curial has opinion pieces, news, awards and events for all art and design interests.
De Zeen: A world famous architecture, interior design magazine. Browse articles, opinion pieces and jobs.
Digital Arts: An online magazine covering illustration, branding, graphic design, UX, 3D, VFX and VR.
A-N: A-N is a UK member organisation for artists. Find news, information, support and advice here.
Association of Illustrators: A UK Organisation who supports illustrators, hosts awards and helps protect artist rights.
Art News: An American magazine that is read worldwide. Features reviews, collection information and back issues.
The Vogue Archive: An incredible resource for anyone with an interest in fashion. Explore back issues of Vogue dating back to 1892!

Beauty Therapy
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The Vogue Archive: An incredible resource for anyone with an interest in fashion. Explore back issues of Vogue dating back to 1892!
Anatomy TV: A great resource for Anatomy and Physiology containing short courses based around different areas of the human body. Contains video content, quizzes and downloadable material.
Nails Magazine: An online publication featuring industry news, videos and resources for students.
Massage Therapy Foundation: The foundation releases the most recent research in the form of infographics. They also run a blog and host contests.
The International Spa Association: ISPA provides education and networking opportunities. The ISPA website provides access to Pulse magazine, advice and resources
Startups: Advice and guidance on how to set up your own startup company. Case studies, legal details and more.
Entrepreneur: Advice and guides on how to set up your own business. Includes case studies and entrepreneur profiles.
Professional Beauty: A magazine that hosts events and awards as well as publishing their own blogs and news articles. The print copy of Professional Beauty is available at Lower Mounts Library.
The Makeup Armoury: Blogs, information and tips about special effects makeup as well as advice on tools, brands and techniques.
Make Up Made Over: A publication containing blogs and advice/opinion pieces on skincare, makeup and hair.
Vogue Beauty Secrets: Vogue videos hosts over 100 episodes of Beauty Secrets. Each video takes a personal look at celebrity beauty regimes.

Anatomy TV Log In - In the drop-down menu choose 'UK Access Management Federation'. Then find 'Northampton College IdP' and click 'Login'. Type in your Northampton College username and password and click 'Continue'. Once you've logged in click 'Primal Pictures.

Issues Online Log In - On the log in page click 'Log in using your home institution'. Type 'Northampton College IdP' into the search box and click 'Continue'. Type your Northampton College username and password and click 'Continue'.

Business
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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Business Times: Northamptonshire specific business website. Contains news, company databases and events.
The Economist: Worldwide business news and blogs. The online counterpart to the popular magazine.
Econ Papers: Journal articles, working papers and book chapters relating to all aspects of business
Startups: Advice and guidance on how to set up your own startup company. Case studies, legal details and more.
Entrepreneur: Advice and guides on how to set up your own business. Includes case studies and entrepreneur profiles.
The Guardian: A well-respected newspaper. Contains finance and business articles, opinion pieces, international news and blogs.
The European Business Review: Contains information on strategy, finance, operation, innovation and technology. Keep up to date with the latest developments and advice.
Bank of England: The UK's central bank. The website contains information on how the banking system works, the latest news and financial advice.
Financial Times: Unlimited access to FT.com articles and tools. The world's leading global business publication. Contains news, analysis and general comments on worldwide business. (Requires registration with your college email)
Forbes: A global media company, focusing on business, investing, technology, entrepreneurship, leadership and lifestyle.
Marketing Week: A UK-based website covering the latest marketing news, opinion, trends, jobs and challenges facing the marketing industry.

Catering
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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British Nutrition Foundation: The latest about food and nutrition research. Plus access to meetings, courses and jobs.
Cook Sister: Recipes, travel tales and restaurant reviews written by a South African living in London.
Deliciously Ella: Entrepreneur Ella took an interest in healthy eating after her diagnosis with a life-changing nervous system disorder. Check out her recipes, reviews and advice.
Eater: Food, restaurant and tech reviews plus podcasts, videos and more. It is an American-based website however there is plenty of interesting content.
Food Standards Agency; For the definitive guide to health and safety in the catering industry and advice on starting a catering business, look no further!
Nicole Navigates: Nicole is a 20-something food, travel and lifestyle blogger who is based in Northamptonshire.
The World's 50 Best: A website dedicated to finding and reviewing the 50 best restaurants in the world. View reviews and menus here.
BBC Good Food: A vast collection of tried and tested recipes, complete with comments from those who have tried them.
Foodable Network: All the latest news, trends, tech, chef advice and much more. All in the form of videos.
Restaurant Den: Initially a website aimed at helping restaurants set up websites, Restaurant Den has expanded to include a comprehensive blog.
Trip Advisor: Full of honest reviews for nearly every restaurant and hotel imaginable.

Childcare
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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Childlink: A detailed database of news, papers, statistics, research, legislation, parliamentary proceedings and more relating to children. Topics include welfare, education, health, justice, youth and employment.

How can I log in?
Within and outside of College - Click 'Login via your home institution' then find 'Northampton College IdP' in the menu and click 'Continue'. On the next page enter your Northampton College username and password and click 'Continue'.

Construction
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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Health & Safety Executive: The H&SE is a great resource for information about onsite safety and regulations.

Dance
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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Feedspot: Not sure what to read? this website has a list of 75 dance blogs. Pick who's to read or start your own!
The Vogue Archive: An incredible resource for anyone with an interest in fashion. Explore back issues of Vogue dating back to 1892!
Anatomy TV: Videos ans online courses covering the basics of anatomy to advanced physiology.
London Dance: News, reviews, photographs and the latest jobs from the London dance scene.
People Dancing: An organisation that aims to get everyone involved in dancing. Read the latest blogs, news and initiatives to get people dancing.
Numeri Danse: Hundreds of videos of dancers! The videos cover a range of techniques (including hand dances). Also contains access to online courses and blogs.
One Dance UK: Contains job boards, events, news and many ways to get involved with dance organisations across the country.
Centre for Performance Research: Contains an extensive dance projects archive as well as book, DVD and journal recommendations. there are plenty of ways to get involved with this organisation.
Dance Teacher: An online version of Dance Teacher magazine. Although it is aimed at teachers, it provides an insight in to the world of work and plenty of articles to broaden your understanding.
IMZ DanceScreen: An international dance film competition. Enter or browse through past winners.
Royal Academy of Dance: Projects, classes and news from the Royal Academy of Dance. Keep an eye out for jobs, courses and bursaries.

Anatomy TV Log In - In the drop-down menu choose 'UK Access Management Federation'. Then find 'Northampton College IdP' and click 'Login'. Type in your Northampton College username and password and click 'Continue'. Once you've logged in click 'Primal Pictures.

Engineering, Electrical & Motor
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Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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EEweb: This useful online scientific calculator has a very handy conversion side-bar that feeds directly into the calculator.
Getcalc: A useful resource for engineering formula including a formula calculator to check your own workings out.
Limits, Fits And Tolerances Calculator (ISO System) by AmesWeb: A really useful online tool to help you find the correct engineering tolerances for a range of applications including bearings.
Health & Safety Executive: The H&SE is a great resource for information about onsite safety and regulations.

ESOL
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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English Listening Lesson Library Online: Thousands of videos to help you learn English. Listen and then do the short quizzes.
engVid: Hundreds of video lessons taught by mostly British speakers.
Tiny Cards: Create your own flashcards, or use other people's to help you learn new vocabulary.
UsingEnglish.com: A website which provides tonnes of resources for ESOL students and teachers. Do quizzes and reading comprehension, or read an article.
BBC Pronunciation: Tim's pronunciation workshop from the BBC features short videos focusing on the lesser known details of pronunciation.
Grammar Monster: Online lessons, quizzes, tests and glossaries. Contains sections on commonly mixed up words, word types and pronunciation.
Free Rice: Broaden your vocabulary and donate rice at the same time! For every answer you get right, sponsors donate the money for 10 grains of rice.
Phonics is the best way to improve your reading and pronunciation. Phonics Bloom has plenty of games to help your practice.
PhonicsPlay provide more phonics games to help you practice pronunciation and reading skills.
ICT Games contains links to many basic skills games. It has a large collection of literacy and phonics games.
Put in your own spelling words and Spelling City will give you some fun games to help remember and spell them.
BBC Radio 2 – 500 Words: A selection of the best shortlisted stories submitted to the national 500 Words competition from each year, going back to 2014. Some very inventive and imaginative stories!

Fashion
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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The Vogue Archive: An incredible resource for anyone with an interest in fashion. Explore back issues of Vogue dating back to 1892!
Vogue Fashion Shows: Details and photos from all the major fashion shows all the way back to Autumn/Winter 2001.
Fashion Trendsetter: Information about fashion trends and fashion forecasting.
Fashion Net: A search engine just for fashion. Fashion Net was the first fashion website on the internet.

Forensics and Criminology
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.

Hairdressing
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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Jisc Hairdressing Training: Hairdressing and barbering videos specifically aimed at students in further education.
UK Hairdressing: The latest styles and advice, including celebrity hair trends.
The Vogue Archive: An incredible resource where you can explore back issues of Vogue dating back to 1892!
Startups: Advice and guidance on how to set up your own startup company. Case studies, legal details and more.
Entrepreneur: Advice and guides on how to set up your own business. Includes case studies and entrepreneur profiles.
The National Hairdressers' Federation: A member organisation for UK hairdressers. Find advice, events, networking and blogs here.
My Hairdressers: Formed in 2007, My Hairdressers aims to bring instant education to everyone. The website is filled with video tutorials and blog posts aimed to improve your skills.
Hair Heads: A hairdressers handbook in the form of a website which contains a wealth of information aimed at FE students including visual dictionaries, articles, advice and revision quizzes.
Confessions of a Hair Stylist: Jenny Strebe has over 15 years of hairdressing experience. She runs a blog and a Youtube channel filled with how-tos, opinions and advice.
Modern Barber: This website features a comprehensive portfolio, online magazine, blog, events, tips and jobs, all focused around barbering.
Google Scholar: A platform that specifically searches for academic articles. Also look at Google Books, a search function for books, many of which can be read in full or in part online.

Health & Social Care
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.

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Adult Safeguarding Hub: A single point of focus for individuals to access relevant and current information to assist them with understanding, practice, and decision making in relation to vulnerable adults.
JISC Health and social care training: High quality videos, guides, infographics and interactive learning materials that cover all mandatory NVQ level 2 and 3 health and social care units.
Skills For Care: A really useful site that contains lots of information about aspects of Health & Social Care. There is a lot of information that can be download as pdfs.
Care Quality Commission: The independent regulator for adult social care.
City & Guilds: Detailed information about Level 1, 2 and 3 qualifications. Scroll down the page to find your qualification.

For JISC, click on login and choose ‘Via your organisation’ and then choose ‘Northampton College’ from the drop-down menu. Use your college username and password to access the site.

Humanities inc. Geography
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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The National Archives: 1,000 years of history. You can search records in the catalogue and you have access to educational resources.
The British Library: This website has a wealth of online resources from the Middle Ages to Victorian Britain and World War One.
National Geographic: News, maps, science, education, games, events and blogs - All about nature.
Old Bailey Online: A fully searchable edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published, containing 197,745 criminal trials held at London's central criminal court.
The Workhouse: This website is dedicated to the workhouse, from its social history, politics, economics and architecture and details its buildings, inmates, staff and administrators, even its poets.
IT
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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The Computer School: A website filled with resources relating to computer science, programming and app development.
WhatIs.com: Search or browse definitions of computer science related words. Sign up for the word of the day to improve your IT vocabulary.
A website hosted by Stanford University containing a number of online courses. The courses include material from Stanford Uni lectures and seminars.
Code Academy: Free courses and resources for coding, computer science, data science and web development.
Access to over 1 million publications. Includes a huge range of computer articles to download as PDF documents.
A review website run by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, one of the most renowned universities in the world.
For the latest in tech security, browse the PSafe DFNDR blog. It is filled with advice and the latest developments in cyber security.
A website filled with tutorials. Learn how to code, how to build a website and access a reference database of code commands.
UK tech news, new developments and specific sections for Apple and Android news updates.
News and analysis of emerging science and technology trends. Featuring sections dedicated to cars, space and phones as well as a shop and deals section. Please be aware this is an American website.
The world's largest computing society. Contains publications, resources, training opportunities and career advice.
Thinking about your future? The British Computer Society is a professional body that can help you achieve chartership or further qualifications.
Media & Photography
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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British Journal of Photography: For all the latest news regarding photography. You'll find creative photographs, reviews of technology, interview and opinion.
Media College: A series of tutorials on audio work.
MediaPlus: A vast repository of 1000,000 images, video and sound that can be used in your assignments.
A huge selection of videos that you will find useful for your course. Includes news reports and documentaries on various topics.

Music
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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Music Technology: The latest news about music technology.
Rocks Back Pages: The ultimate archive of music journalism... Over 28,000 articles on artists from Aaliyah to ZZ Top, on all genres from rockabilly to hip hop, by the finest music writers of the last 50 years.
An extensive collection of unique sound recordings from all over the world.
The International Music Score Library contains thousands of free scores to download and print.
Digital Resources for Musicology offers a catalogue of open-access projects. Contains music theory, recordings, magazines, newspapers and digital scores.
Alternative Press is an American magazine filled with reviews, articles, interviews and music charts.
UK Music is a campaigning and lobbying group that aims to represent all musicians. Offers research, education and news.
Musicians Union; A network of over 30, 000 musicians. Offers careers advice, networking and blogs.
Pitchfork: An American online magazine that focuses on new and independent artists, although it often includes indie and rock articles.
Mojo: A monthly music publication focusing mainly on rock music. Contains a number of top 100 lists.
Rolling Stone: An American monthly magazine that focuses on popular culture. As well as music, it covers film, television and politics.
The Wire is a British music magazine which contains a huge amount of musician biographies, interviews and opinion columns.

To log into Rocks Back Pages from outside the college, locate the 'login via your home institution (uk only)' dropdown on the left hand side of the page. Select 'Northampton College' and then log in with your normal college ID and password.

Performing Arts & Technical Theatre
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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Study.com: Although aimed at tutors there are a wide range of Performing Arts related resources including quizzes. Note, whilst some of the content is free other parts do require a subscription.
The Vogue Archive: All of Vogue magazine's back catalogue, dating back all the way to 1892!
Drama Online: A hug collection of plays (including some video and audio recordings), playwright biographies, theory and criticism.
National Youth Theatre; A charity that helps young people get involved with theatre. Includes information on casting calls, courses and tickets
Raindance: The website behind the famous film festival. As well as all the news on Indie films, the blog contains all sorts of theatrical and film-related information.
London Theatre website: The Ultimate guide to London Theatre which includes ticket information, reviews, news, theatre maps and interviews.
West End Wilma: A mother and son operation that has been reviewing shows since 2002. They have grown to be an authoritative voice in the world of theatre and their website features interviews, competitions and videos.
Royal and Derngate: Northampton's theatre complex. See what's on and buy tickets or find out how to get involved with the theatre.
Stages of Half Moon is the UK's leading small-scale young person's venue and touring company. Includes photos, programmes, news, videos and interviews.
The Stage: All the theatre news from London's West End and across the UK. Interviews, jobs, reviews, casting calls and much more!
Variety is an American overview of the entertainment industry which offers news, film reviews, awards, film festivals and box office information.

The National Theatre is streaming productions on YouTube free every Thursday and on catch-up with productions available to UK Teachers and pupils at home.
https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/at-home

Psychology
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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Issues Online: An amazing resource of articles on numerous issues which could be useful for your course.

How can I log in?
On the log in page click 'Log in using your home institution'. Type 'Northampton College IdP' into the search box and click 'Continue'. Type your Northampton College username and password and click 'Continue'.

Public Services
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Anatomy TV: A great resource for Anatomy and Physiology containing short courses based around different areas of the human body. Contains video content, quizzes and downloadable material.

How can I log in?
In the drop-down menu choose 'UK Access Management Federation'. Then find 'Northampton College IdP' and click 'Login'. Type in your Northampton College username and password and click 'Continue'. Once you've logged in click 'Primal Pictures'.

Science
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Anatomy TV: A great resource for Anatomy and Physiology containing short courses based around different areas of the human body. Contains video content, quizzes and downloadable material.

How can I log in?
In the drop-down menu choose 'UK Access Management Federation'. Then find 'Northampton College IdP' and click 'Login'. Type in your Northampton College username and password and click 'Continue'. Once you've logged in click 'Primal Pictures'.

Sociology
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Anatomy TV: A great resource for Anatomy and Physiology containing short courses based around different areas of the human body. Contains video content, quizzes and downloadable material.
Issues Online is a huge database of articles on social issues. It covers a wide range of topics including crime, drugs, economics, environment, family, health, science and more.

Anatomy TV Log In - In the drop-down menu choose 'UK Access Management Federation'. Then find 'Northampton College IdP' and click 'Login'. Type in your Northampton College username and password and click 'Continue'. Once you've logged in click 'Primal Pictures.

Issues Online Log In - On the log in page click 'Log in using your home institution'. Type 'Northampton College IdP' into the search box and click 'Continue'. Type your Northampton College username and password and click 'Continue'.

Sport
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Anatomy TV: A great resource for Anatomy and Physiology containing short courses based around different areas of the human body. Contains video content, quizzes and downloadable material.

How can I log in?
In the drop-down menu choose 'UK Access Management Federation'. Then find 'Northampton College IdP' and click 'Login'. Type in your Northampton College username and password and click 'Continue'. Once you've logged in click 'Primal Pictures'.

Supported Learning
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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Sensory World: Explore the house with many different activities and experiences designed for people with learning disabilities.
Sky Writer: An aeroplane-themed handwriting demonstration tool designed for whole-class handwriting sessions (by ICT Games).
Twinkl produces a variety of different types of SEN resources. Some of the needs that they produce resources for include autism, dysgraphia, dyscalculia and ADHD.
BBC Radio 2 – 500 Words: A selection of the best shortlisted stories submitted to the national 500 Words competition from each year, going back to 2014. Some very inventive and imaginative stories!

Teaching
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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Planet eStream offers a huge collection of recordings from television and radio and is updated regularly.
Childlink: A detailed database of news, papers, statistics, research, legislation and parliamentary proceedings.
Tiny Cards: Create flashcards to help your students learn concepts and vocabulary.
TES contains a multitude of free and paid resources. The forum is a great place for advice, support and friendly discussion.
Pearson's website contains online training, blogs, resources, SEN guidance and subject specific advice.
Research ED is a magazine launched in 2018 with articles based on current research that has been conducted by educational professionals.
Research Schools Network is an expanding group of schools who conduct research into the best teaching methods.
Ross Morrison McGill provides a platform for teachers to be heard. Read short articles from teachers across the country and five minute CPD bites.
As a teacher in Further Education or secondary level, you may be required to use Moodle. Check out Moodle Docs for all the guidance you need.
David Didau of the Learning Spy is an education expert who has worked to improve standards of education. His website has course dates and an informative blog.
Alex Quigley, known for his book 'Closing the Vocabulary Gap' is a vocabulary specialist. He writes a research-based blog on how to improve you student's vocabularies.
Twinkl: A fantastic website full of resources for teachers of primary and secondary level as well as SEN students and particularly useful to parents in the current climate with useful resources for home learning.

Travel and Tourism
Please note that these are external sites and Northampton College holds no responsibility over its content or availability.
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Jisc Geospatial Data: Ordnance survey maps, geology maps, marine maps and much more!
Google Maps has road maps, satellite maps and the Street View feature, which is particularly useful for getting to know an unfamiliar area.
Check out National Geographic for photos and articles about countries around the world.
The Global Travel and Tourism Partnership: Although this is a website designed for teachers, there is a huge list of websites related to travel and tourism.
Wiki Voyage is like Wikipedia, but for travel! Find information and statistics for a wide range of different place.
Euan's Guide: A blog dedicated to finding and reviewing accessible ravel destinations.
The Best Designs: A collection of beautiful travel and tourism websites. All the best blogs in one place!
Dan is a travel photographer and writer. he blogs about destinations in Asia, Europe and Australia.
Drew is a travel videographer who is on a mission to visit every country!
Smarter Travel contains reviews, advice and money-saving tips for travellers.
Holiday Truths is the UK's largest travel forum. For honest discussions and reviews, look no futher!