Big Bang Collection
Launched in 2009, The Big Bang: UK Young Scientists & Engineers Fair is the UK’s biggest single science and engineering experience for young people.
The Big Bang Lesson
In 2010 Professor Brian Cox, physicist and presenter of television series such as The ‘Wonders of the Solar System’, visited Springfield School in Drayton to host The Big Bang Lesson – a mind blowing workshop showing how fascinating science, technology, engineering and maths can be.
The background information PDF 'Biology Top Spots' below gives a guide to the Big Bang Show floor, including all of the different stalls offered by organisations supporting the show. The guide gives descriptions of all of the activities available at each stall, organising them by subject.
BP Educational Service (BPES) provides inspiring, curriculum-linked teaching resources for primary and secondary schools and colleges. The resources feature animated video clips, lesson plans, posters and worksheets.
This collection includes a selection of materials from BP's freely available resources to...
These materials are produced by EngineeringUK and are suitable for use with students following engineering, design technology or science courses. Investigations encourage students to look at topics in electronics, light, materials, sound and forces. There are also materials which illustrate the range of career...
This set of resources, published by the Centre for Science Education, offers career guidance for potential and current STEM students, their teachers and advisers. The resources include guidance tools for encouraging Key Stage Three students to take up STEM subjects, a guide to work placements and four profiles of...
The Institute of Physics's Medical Physics Group has produced a set of teaching materials which can be used to teach medical physics at GCSE/Standard level in schools. Much of the material is appropriate to use for A-level medical physics options. The Institute's Teaching Medical Physics resources, that include...
|Subject(s)||Cross curricular, Design and technology, Food Preparation and Nutrition, Textiles and Fashion, Engineering, Mathematics, Science, Earth science, Physics, Working scientifically|
|Age||7-11, 11-14, 14-16, 16-19|
|Published||2010 to 2019|
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