T-level science


Welcome to our T-Level1 Science homepage. Here you will find a range of support to help inspire your teaching.  We have worked in collaboration with NCFE to provide an offer that complements the qualification and assessment materials.

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NCFE CACHE Qualhub

You can find all qualification and support assessment materials for the technical qualification on the NCFE CACHE Qualhub.

Resource collections 

We have collated packages of free-to-access, hand-picked resources to cover each aspect of the T Level Technical Qualification in Health and Science: Science, with advice and guidance from subject specialists.

Our resource collection covers each part of the specification, with listings arranged by key topic titles.
 

  • Core component section A: the health and science sector
  • Core component section B: science and further science concepts
  • Competencies

     



CPD courses 

Professional development is important to help you prepare for teaching this qualification. We provide a suite of remotely delivered and intensive CPD courses that cover key aspects of the qualification and complements the support provided by NCFE.

Browse the full schedule of CPD courses for 2021/22

Remote courses

Learn remotely through our wide range of CPD courses delivered by expert facilitators using the adobe connect platform. Our courses include the topic areas listed below, with more being added soon:
 


Intensive courses

Learn through our intensive residential face-to-face courses held at the National STEM Learning Centre in York. 

Bursaries are available for state-funded schools and colleges to participate in residential courses. A bursary could cover your course fee, travel, accommodation, food, supply cover and equipment for your school. 

Current courses:
Practical work for T level science

 

Enrichment

STEM Ambassadors

STEM Ambassadors are volunteers from a wide range of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related jobs and occupational specialisms across the UK. We work with over 30,000 STEM Ambassadors from more than 2,500 different employers. 

STEM Ambassadors are an important and exciting free of charge resource for teachers, both inside and away from the classroom. By bringing a STEM Ambassador into your classroom, you can bring the curriculum to life and help young people see the relevance of what they are studying and how it relates to the real world. We have made it really simple to get involved and find an Ambassador to support you.

 
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Bring a STEM Ambassador into your college

 

Careers resources

Contextualising science within real-world contexts and embedding careers into your students' learning is valuable for a number of reasons. It helps them understand the importance, value and transferability of STEM subjects, develop the employability skills needed to be successful and raises awareness of the wide range of roles available within STEM roles utilising science.


Catalyst magazine

Aimed at young people and educators, Catalyst is our free international science magazine providing cutting edge STEM research that sparks learning, teaching and debate.

Each issue comes with learning notes to assist students and educators to further investigate some of the topics covered in the issue. 


STEM Community

STEM Community is a place to share ideas and find support within the teaching of STEM subjects. Prompting thought about aspects of teaching practice, discussion and an opportunity to engage with both peers across the country and our own subject experts, it provides a helpful and supportive area for teachers.

It’s free to join. It uses the same login details as your STEM Learning website account if you already have one. If not, it’s quick and easy to register.  

 
 


 
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