Educational Videos & Resources
Dynamic educational resources for all years and grades
ClickView’s online platform is home to the best educational videos and teaching resources for international schools world-wide catering to a variety of different globally recognised curricula.Try ClickView for free
Safe and secure educational video content
ClickView’s platform means International Schools across the globe can access thousands of curriculum-relevant videos from the world’s best content producers, without infringing copyright laws or worrying about geo-blocking. This includes world-class BBC content including BBC Bitesize and BBC Teach via our BBC Global Education Partnership.
The ClickView platform allows International Schools to build a central video library, confident that your content and ClickView favorites are hosted safely and securely which can be readily accessible by students and teachers.
Safe, ad-free content
Our content is ad free and age-appropriate so you can engage students with inspiring video-led lessons without unwanted disruptions or advertisements.
Formatively assess your students with ease
ClickView allows students and teachers to access visually stunning, curriculum-aligned video content as well as providing a system for interactive questioning for formative assessment
Actionable student insights
ClickView captures information on video viewing habits and interactive quizzes which helps assess your students’ engagement and understanding which can help you plan meaningful lessons moving forward.
Trusted by teachers
Globally, we’re trusted by over 5000 schools and honoured to deliver high-quality educational videos and teaching resources that saves teacher’s valuable lesson planning time.
Timesaving resources for all ages and subjects
Our easy to use search function makes finding the right video for your lesson simple. Accompanying lesson plans, worksheets and activities also means we’ve done most of the heavy lifting for you.
Seamless setup and integration
Installing and integrating ClickView into your school is seamless as the platform has been designed to work with leading learning management systems. You can learn more here.
ClickView supports the multiple globally recognised Curriculums
ClickView’s video content and education resources support teaching across the various curriculums taught in international schools around the world.
The platform enriches learning for students studying a majority of internationally recognised curriculums including:
Educational videos for kids of all ages
Students learn best when you deliver content in a format that they love. ClickView produces videos that engage young learners with using animation, music, memorable characters and relatable stories.
Together with content provided as part of our BBC Education global partnership, both primary and secondary school are well catered for. The breadth and depth of the videos available on ClickView allow you to find content suitable for introducing new topics and undertaking deeper topic exploration.
Educational Resources that are curriculum relevant
ClickView provides you with hundreds of downloadable resources including lesson plans, activity packs and worksheets that turn any video into an active and engaging class. Our team of teachers and education consultants carefully create and regularly review these resources to reflect current subject-area understanding and best educational practice.
To make teaching even easier, you can use folders to curate your own topic or lesson-specific content from ClickView and your school’s library. This keeps your favorite content in one place to save you hours of planning and research each year.
More than an online video education platform
ClickView is more than a video library – ClickView provides you with the insights you need to refine lesson plans and deliver learning outcomes.
As students watch videos and complete quizzes, the platform captures valuable data about how long students spend on a video, which parts they skip over and which they repeat. When combined with quiz performance, you can assess how their engagement and topic understanding is influenced by the type and length of content.
A sample of our award-winning content
curious desire to grow and reach the outside world—while the other has a fixed mindset—filled with fear and choosing to remain stagnant in its soil. This Miniclip explores the characteristics of a fixed mindset and a growth mindset. It busts the myth of perfection and teaches students to appreciate their mistakes and failures. It explains that fear is a natural universal emotion, how challenges help students grow, and provides students with tips on how to switch on their growth mindset.Download lesson resources
metabolic efficiency within variable external environments. Our bodies are constantly being subjected to changes in such things as temperature, air quality, varied foods, sleep and physical exertion to name a few. This program introduces biology students to the phenomenon of homeostasis, why it is important and how it works. The mechanisms for detecting and counteracting changes are explored, along with the roles of the nervous and endocrine systems in maintaining a balance.Download lesson resources
addresses important curriculum content, exploring the structure of eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells. Students will learn about the structure and function of the: cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, ribosomes, rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi complex, mitochondria, lysosomes, chloroplasts, cell walls, and vacuoles.Download lesson resources
the day signify? This Miniclip explores the origins of women’s suffrage throughout the United Kingdom’s modern history including the impact of World War I on women’s rights and the granting of voting rights for women. It also discusses damaging stereotypes for both girls and boys, the presence of gender inequality that still exists today, and how to celebrate the women in your own life.Download lesson resources
“In the past, we were drawing on resources you could only access via reading, which is fantastic; however, as practitioners, we know that not every child enjoys reading or they don’t necessarily enjoy reading any text or genre. So, it’s difficult to get students to work independently when it’s just drawing on their reading skills. I really appreciate the fact that ClickView provided that extra support to ESL learners.”
Oxford International School, Panama