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What's In My Tray? From Gratnells Learning Rooms

What's In My Tray? is a collection of free practical resources from Gratnells Learning Rooms covering science, outdoor learning, STEM and more.

The What's In My Tray? actviities support and enable curriculum-based practical work both inside and outside of the classroom.

To access more then 100 free...

Video on the Physics of Food - No ordinary yogurt

Why is set yogurt a solid, while milk is a liquid? That's because it's a gel!

Discover the magic of yogurt-making in this video

The video here is just a cut of the...

Video on the Physics of Food - The magic in milk

What do milk, salad dressing and mayonnaise have in common? They all are emulsions, and that allows them to taste great!

The full video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6GsSYu4REc) is a fun way of...

Gravity - STEM Resources

Here is a suite of downloadable resources to inspire pupils or support teachers using the concepts and technology behind the innovative Gravity Jet Suit.

Studying Engineering at university

 This Tomorrow’s Engineers booklet, for students aged 16 to 19, explains the benefits of choosing a degree in engineering and helps with the decision-making process around courses and disciplines. Engineering skills are in high demand, so for students looking for a creative and practical job that makes a difference...

10 great reasons to become a scientist or engineer

A colourful display poster to inspire young learners to consider the exciting and meaningful careers available in science, technology, engineering and maths.

Make a difference, travel the world, invent something important, earn great money, solve the world’s biggest challenges, gain respect and do something...

A guide to vocational and apprenticeship routes into engineering

There are different routes into engineering, including apprenticeships, university and vocational qualifications. Apprenticeships combine on-the-job training with studying for vocational qualifications, or even a degree at university. 

 This Tomorrow’s Engineers booklet, aimed at 14 to 19-year-olds, answers...

Make a difference - be an engineer

This interactive presentation from Tomorrow’s Engineers introduces 11-14-year olds to engineering, inspiring them to think about a career in this sector. Developed in collaboration with the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Institute of Physics, Institution of Civil Engineers and the Institution of Engineering...

Save lives as an engineer

Find out how engineers who work in disaster response save lives on a massive scale. This Tomorrow’s Engineers poster and accompanying teacher booklet, activities and a lesson plan will help students to understand the scale and impact of disaster response engineering.

Many types of engineering are employed in...

Tramway Planning

Tramway route planning. Geographical location can be changed to suit. Using only A-roads (or more minor) create a route for a new tram way. The tram must stop a X number of named locations. Unit price is given per cm of route and per road (e.g. 1 cm of tram way on a B road is £50 but 1cm of tram way on an A road...

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