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I have created a series of posters that may help with explaining key concepts:
- Fetch-Decode-Execute Poster
- Hardware Poster
- Input - process - output poster
- Minion Poster - basic flowchart & Pseudocode
- Minion Poster - flowchart & Pseudocode...
In 1804 Scottish born Richard Trevithick invented the first working Steam Locomotive, initially used to transport resources. Trevithick's invention sparked a number of steam related transportation inventions, including George Stephenson infamous Rocket, the first passenger Steam Locomotive.
Ever thought about where you water comes from & how it gets to your taps? With the population of Victorian London growing water companies needed to construct a sophisticated network of pumps, pipes and filtration systems in order to deliver clean fresh drinking water.
Between 1832 and 1866 over 35,000 people mysteriously died across London. The best medical minds of the time couldn't fathom why & people where beginning to drop like flies. Was it that awful stench in the air or something far more deadly?
Use this informative and visual sheet as...
Five things everyone should know about James Watt! James Watt is a hugely important person in British and indeed industrial history, but how much do you really know about him?
Use this informative and visual sheet as an aid to understanding this remarkable man. Suitable for KS2+....
Architecture Workshops are hands-on fun educational activities for all Key Stages and abilities. Designed to enhance the national curriculum and to communicate the art and experience of architecture, art, and design.
Architecture Workshops help resource the school curriculum by providing students with...
A Web-based resource that supports you as you take a STEM approach.
Develops practical skills and helps learners become more employable
Project based teaching and learning resources
Creates opportunities from qualification to career.
Our qualifications are supported by a STEM Project...
3 simple classroom rules
This classic Apollo 15 clip, from Footagevault, demonstrates that the mass of an object does not affect the time it takes to fall when dropped in a vacuum. The clip could be used in Key Stage Three and Four lessons on forces.
This footage, from Footagevault, documents the locomotion of humans on the moon under reduced gravity conditions. It can be used with Key Stage Three and Four students to start discussions about forces. This clip shows Apollo 17 astronaut Gene Cernan leaping towards the camera with great big kangaroo hops.