stats4schools is managed by the independent Office for National Statistics, and includes data from across government.
stats4schools is about helping teachers and students to get more from statistics. There are datasets which can be download and included in own their projects. This collection contains lessons plans, associated worksheets and datasets for complete data handling activities.
The large datasets have a few ideas to follow but are intended to be flexible so that students can determine their own hypotheses and interogate as required.
In this resource from stats4schools, students are asked to consider whether the popularity of getting married has changed over time. Students interpret a time series graph and answer questions on it and discuss qualities for a good marriage. They investigate further using the internet.
In this resource from stats4schools, students investigate the locations and names of the National Parks and use the internet to research appropriate information within guidelines about them. They then use ICT to present their findings back to the class.
In this resource from stats4schools, students are asked to investigate if they are at risk from the sun by looking at a news article and using a dataset. Students process data and produce graphs using ICT, comprehend current information on a subject and synthesise this for others. They also use the internet to...
This resource from stats4schools focuses on which attractions in London are the most popular using data from the National Tourist Board covering the years 1994 to 2001. Students can interpret information from tables, manipulate data, investigate tourism and plan a visit to London.
The resource includes a...