Britannica School

Three Levels of Learning - Primary, Middle and High- for the Classroom, Library or Home

Britannica School offers alternate pathways to learning, providing classrooms with interactive, visually engaging resources that support collaborative learning styles. Britannica School covers the core subject areas of English, Maths, Science and History. Interactive lessons, activities, games, stories, worksheets, manipulatives, study guides and research tools provide students and teachers with resources necessary for 21st century learning.
Improve student performance, strengthen teacher effectiveness, and maximize the use of your technology with Britannica School, the teaching and learning resource with the DIGITAL difference!

Support for Differentiated Learning
Three user-friendly interfaces—Primary, Middle, and High—make it easy to select the portal appropriate to each student’s reading, grade, and age level.

Aligned to the National Curriculum Standards

Informational text selections are written, edited, reviewed, and updated regularly by the world’s leading content experts. Thousands of new articles, images, and multimedia elements are added every quarter.

Interactivity with an Instructional Purpose

Students and teachers can easily search, tag, save, and share content. The Lesson-Plan Builder helps create interactive activities for small and large groups. Enjoy viewing content on a tablet, smartphone, laptop, desktop computer, or any Internet-connected device with a Web browser.


  • Curriculum Aligned
  • Classroom Resources
  • Universal Access
  • Double-Click Dictionary
  • Subject Browse
  • Australia In Focus
  • Country Profiles
  • Age Appropriate News Feeds
  • Text-To-Speech
  • Games Collaboration Tools
  • Research Reports
  • PD Support & Training

  • Awards & Accolades

    “A must-consider choice…” – Booklist Starred Review, November 2012



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