Royal Society of Chemistry

The Royal Society for Chemistry (RSC) is the largest non-government supporter of chemistry education in the UK. It supports the teaching of chemistry within the primary, secondary and post-16 phases through the provision of free teaching resources and works closely with the UK government, subject associations, professional bodies and learned societies to ensure a coherent approach to science education

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Practical Chemistry

The Practical Chemistry collection, from the Royal Society of Chemistry, focuses on the investigations, experiments and demonstrations that can be offered as part of chemistry lessons. A wide range of practicals are offered in this collection with hundreds of tried and tested experiments included to stimulate and...
Publication date:
2010 to date

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Chemistry and the Environment

This collection produced by the Royal Society of Chemistry stems from the increased concern for, and interest in, the environment. It includes a range of provoking activities to stimulate thinking about our climate in the future. The resources highlight the importance of chemistry, the role of chemists and explore the...
Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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Teaching and Learning Chemistry

This collection features a range of books published by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) which can be used to enhance teaching through the use of a variety of contexts.Chemical Misconceptions Part One and Two - both these books provide an insight into the most common barriers to students learning difficulties, why...
Publication date:
2010 to date

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Chemistry in Primary Science

This collection of resources, produced by the Royal Society of Chemistry, aims to support primary teachers by extending their subject knowledge and providing ideas for practical demonstrations of concepts and activities linked to the curriculum. The resources are:What’s your reaction? - A book providing background...
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2000 - 2009

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