Worldaware provides a range of high quality learning resources for primary and secondary teachers. All are firmly rooted in the school curriculum and, where appropriate, to National Curriculum Orders. They are written and tested by teachers and include flexible approaches to classroom activity.

Worldaware initiated the influential primary school resources on Castries, St Lucia and Tocuaro: a Mexican village co-published with the Geographical Association. For secondary schools, a series of packs on India, Kenya and Bangladesh made a significant contribution to the geography curriculum. More recently, booklets on tea production and the rainforest were the fore-runners of those on global water and global health issues.

Of course, the web has transformed access to information and learning resources and Worldaware has transformed the hugely successful Global Eye magazine into one of the most used sites in geography classrooms.