Pumpkin Interactive produce high quality educational resources for secondary schools. Our DVD resources are tailor-made to meet the requirements of all the UK’s main awarding bodies. In fact many of our teaching resources are now either endorsed or recommended by all the major exam boards, including OCREdexcelAQA and WJEC

Pumpkin titles are also available to licence by colleges and universities. We produce all our own educational resources, using our teams of subject specialist producers, researchers, consultants and advisers.

To use our DVDs on your network, you can buy a site licence here

Science and Psychology





Design & Technology and Textiles 


Drama and Performance


SPECIAL OFFERS | 10% off - Apply your subject area code; Geography, Drama, D&T, Textiles or Science at checkout.

Why man-eating tigers get a thumbs up from geography teachers.

by Kate Conway on February 26, 2013

Is your budget too tight to invest in geography DVDs for your department?

Well that's what one teacher thought, until she had a chance to actually review one of our resources for the Geographical Association's Spring 2013 edition of Teaching Geography.

Victoria Ellis, who teaches geography at Swanick Hall School and is a member of the GA Secondary Phase Committee had nothing but praise for Pumpkin's DVD: Biodiversity Under Threat: The Sundarbans and the Bengal Tiger:

"Not having a huge departmental budget, I have tended to steer clear of DVDs produced specifically for education.  however, Biodiversity Under Threat is likely to become a well-used resource in my geography department."

"The information presented on the DVD provides excellent case study material that fits well with the AQA, Edexcel and OCR A-level and GCSE geography specifications."

"What I particularly liked, was the superb range of extra resources, written by Bob Digby - student worksheets, teachers notes, links to GCSE and A-level specifications, maps, diagrams and useful weblinks."

"Overall an excellent addition to most geography department resource libraries."

The DVD is organised into chapters which look at the region's ecosystem, potential threats to the ecosystem and attempts to manage and conserve the Sundarbans.  It explores how the people try to find a balance between exploitation of the wealth of resources on their doorstep and conservation of the fragile ecosystem on which they depend.

For more information on this title, to see how it matches your specification and to view a short preview clip, go to: