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A comprehensive free resource offering textbook style learning guides, divided by subject, level and topic area. The maths coverage goes from Kindergarten to the equivalent of Year 13, while other subject areas are split by topic, rather than age group.
The Economist Foundation have a range of free resources designed to help young people think through the news. This includes a library of bite-sized activities and home learning resources, as well as content that responds to unfolding global events. They also provide a free weekly bulletin full of engaging, child-led activities to encourages critical thinking at home
This is a very useful compilation of resources covering both elementary and high-school level education. HippoCampus has designed programmes oriented around specific topics, with links to free resources on external sites where appropriate.
With around 2000 pages, 1.5 million words and tens of thousands of images, Q-files is a vast online information library available for anybody to use whenever they like. It has all the school subjects — history, science, geography etc.—but plenty more besides: dinosaurs, space, castles, sports and so on.