Coming soon: September Production release

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Ingrid Candido

Coming soon: is our new monthly series that highlights our next additions to the ClickView library to be released in each month. This includes Primary and Secondary content sneak peeks brought to you by our Content and Production teams!

It’s time that we say “Hello new academic year” in the UK. Very pleased to share the new releases from the Production teams for September:


Multiplication as Repeated Addition

Audience: KS1 Year 2
Subject: Mathematics

  • The video follows Pirate Barry’s treasure chest discovery! Together, Pirate Barry and students will count his precious jewels and gold coins using multiplication as repeated addition.
  • The video explores:
    • The definition of multiplication
    • How to show repeated addition
    • How to connect repeated addition to other multiplication processes such as equal groups.
  • The teacher pack includes activities to help students understand multiplication using number lines, various multiplication strategies (array, commutative, groups, repeated addition), and a dice rolling game to create their own multiplication problems.
  • The additional resources contain unique opportunities for teachers to measure learners’ capabilities in the area of critical and creative thinking.


Audience: KS3 students
Subject: Geography

  • A new Miniclips series comprised of Part 1: What Is a Volcano? and Part 2: The Dangers and Benefits.
  • This two-part series explores:
    • What a volcano is
    • The two types of volcanoes (composite and shield)
    • How volcanoes are formed and the role of plate tectonics
    • The dangers and benefits (social, economic) of living near a volcano.
  • The resources involve comprehension questions and a research task, allowing students to engage with the content covered in the videos and develop their understanding.

Secondary / Tertiary

Understanding Anxiety

Category: Personal, Social, Health & Economic Education

  • ClickView has teamed up with the team at Innovating Minds to create a series of videos that help teachers and students manage student anxiety.
  • This series release comes just in time for young new starters to secondary school who are experiencing some transition anxiety in the process.
  • The series is made up of a set of 3 student-facing videos and a set of 6 videos intended for use in teacher PD (primary and secondary) or for education students in tertiary institutions.
  • For students:
    • 3 clips that use a mixture of animation and live action circus performers to provide a clear metaphor for students to understand the concept of anxiety, what it feels and looks like, and how to cope with the feelings and thoughts it brings.
      • Introduction to Anxiety
      • Transition Anxiety
      • Exam Stress
  • For teachers:
    • 6 clips that give clear explanations from experienced psychologists to help teachers identify the specific types of anxiety in their students, understand possible causes, and be equipped with practical strategies to help their students manage the thoughts and feelings that anxiety can bring.
      • Generalised Anxiety Disorder
      • Separation Anxiety
      • Phobias
      • Social Anxiety
      • Selective Mutism
      • Panic Disorder
  • All videos are accompanied by print resources that provide further detail to the strategies mentioned, and how to use the videos with students. They will be suitable for use by upper primary and secondary students and teachers.