These clips are categorised according to some of the main areas of the Northern Ireland curriculum.
They can be used in many ways; from the stimulation and engagement of students to the delivery of very specific learning points. All the material featured here is drawn from BBC Newsline.
You can browse through the clips by category, or select all clips. Each clip is tagged and you can use these to find similar clips.
(BBC Newsline 6.30 - 25/03/2009 / Reporter: Mike McKimm) A phone call to Belfast scientists said there was an eighty ton asteroid heading for earth at thirty thousand miles an hour and would they be able to track it with a telescope?
(BBC Newsline 6.30 - 13/02/2009 / Reporter: Mike McKimm) An asteroid striking Earth is a nightmare scenario we hope to avoid - but how well are we prepared to spot "near Earth events"?
(BBC Newsline 6.30 - 10/02/2009 / Reporter: Pete Melly) An exhibition in Belfast exploring the legacy of two World Wars is aimed at helping new generations understand and learn from what happened.
During School Report Week young reporters appeared on radio and TV programmes right across BBC NI.
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