Computer games

Career clips: forces and motion in computer games

This video showcases how an understanding of forces and motion is required to develop certain video games.

Maximising learner progress in post-16

Explore a range of strategies to support teaching of engineering at post-16 and maximise progression.


Maths Careers: the mathematics of football

This collection contains a range of teaching materials to support the Maths Careers article 'The mathematics of football'.

Greenfoot Camp

Learn about Object Oriented Programming using Greenfoot and Java as part of the core GCSE and A level computing specifications.

Enthuse, engage and empower: STEM Clubs impact report published

This new report shares four key lessons and demonstrates the impact that clubs have on teachers, other club leaders, schools and young people.


Careers in motorsport are encouraging women in STEM

In recent years, many countries have provided a conducive environment for women to grow and develop a career in this competitive field.


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Featured Resources

Sewage tunnels

This activity, from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), challenges students to use their mathematical skills to calculate the critical dimensions of the tunnel that will be built. It could also be taught in design and technology or engineering, with the emphasis on how the development will affect the...
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Centrifuge (Home made) Using a Salad Spinner

Here are a few picturs of the make a home made centrifuge using a Salad Spinner which cost around £5-10. Also sticking some meccano in the bottom with some small ties to hold small test tubes in.And then you are free to use it with whatever you want. E.g separation   
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06 July 2016

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Thinking like an engineer: implications for the education system

This report, from the Royal Academy of Engineering, offers fresh insights into the ways engineers think. It suggests ways in which the education system might be redesigned to develop engineers more effectively and makes suggestions as to how the wider public might become engaged with these issues. The report...
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A level science

Curated resources to support A level science teaching.


Computing conference with CAS Regional Centre for Yorkshire and HumberCY007

This year's CAS regional conference has something for every teacher of computing, with dedicated streams for primary and secondary teachers. For the first time we will focus, too, on inclusion in association with CAS #Include. We hope to bring you these and much more besides, presented by knowledgeable Master...

Teaching GCSE mathematics post-16 in a yearMY504

Do you want to offer something different for students required to take GCSE mathematics post-16? This two day residential course, run in conjunction with MEI, is designed for mathematics teachers, in schools or colleges, faced with the challenge of inspiring young people who are yet to achieve the required grade....

Preparing to teach the new design and technology AS and A levelsTY500

Changes to A level specifications will be introduced from 2017 and this course supports design and technology departments to make a smooth transition into the new qualifications. This course is relevant to all teachers of Product Design and Fashion and Textiles across all exam boards, as well as the current design...

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