"BrainPOP’s a superb online resource bank covering an extensive range of curriculum areas. It’s a great way to introduce new learning experiences and topics or to extend children’s curiosity in other areas not covered in your curriculum"
750+ colourful, animated videos to enhance your curriculum.
Leadership Team & Computing at School Master Teacher
Designed to support great teaching
Lesson materials, quizzes, educational games, and activities will engage your students at all stages of learning.
No complicated set up, no distractions. Your students start learning straight away.
A powerful motivation
Enjoyed by thousands of schools worldwide
Help your children understand concepts in Literacy, Maths, Science, Humanities, Technology, PSHE, and much more.
BrainPOP games increase student involvement, and develop critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Every topic includes adaptable lesson ideas based on successful classroom practice
Learners are actively encouraged to explore the related videos found on each page
Accompanying each video is a range of strong support materials and tools, allowing for differention
Each topic page contains a relevant suite of materials that brings together the vital components to help you deliver compelling lessons
This is our 'Maya Civilisation' video, from the 'Ancient History' subject area.
Animation lends itself to conveying the main messages that can otherwise be difficult to teach and for students to understand. It taps into this generation’s fluency with short bursts of video media.
Access multiple learning styles in the same lesson, increasing student involvement
Increase your own
"BrainPOP comes with a whole host of resources, all of which we use. Obviously the movies are the main aspect, but we also use the resource packs of graphic organisers, the games are great quality and the quiz function is brilliant. I personally don’t think there is anything better to encourage fun, substantial, and real learning."
Year 4 Teacher, Longton Lane primary
BrainPOP’s animations are carefully constructed narratives, with the learning outcome set out at the start of the video.
The stories use characters and context to give meaning to explanation whilst relating to real life situations and environments.
BrainPOP is often employed as a discussion tool, reflecting on items in the news or national events such as natural disasters, politics, or the World Cup.
This gives students spoken language practice in a variety of subjects, but also encourages children to investigate an issue themselves and form their own opinion and confidently discuss it in class.
Quizzes and activities offer teachers the opportunity to identify strengths and areas for improvement to better provide feedback to learners.
Use BrainPOP to address what your students see, hear and read about in the news. It’s a great way to encourage children to investigate an issue, form their own opinion and confidently discuss it in class.
Tackle a tricky topic together
The heart of BrainPOP is discovery
How might you use BrainPOP?
Watch a BrainPOP video with the whole class on your interactive display to introduce or reinforce a curriculum topic. Our videos are fully subtitled so all your students can follow the action.
Project based learning
Find a movie covering a topic where you struggle to engage pupils. Split the class into pairs to collaborate on feedback, prepare a presentation, or provoke discussion.
From improving note taking skills to making cross curricular connections, the breadth and depth of BrainPOP makes for a wonderful project research tool.