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Human Cloning Activity Pack

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This Activity Pack aims to support teachers to communicate and engage students with human cloning. It seeks to provide everything needed to prepare and deliver a student role-play activity centred on a mock court case.

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Linking the Properties and Forms of Quadratic Equations C1

In this DfE Standards Unit resource, students identify different forms and properties
of quadratic functions, connect quadratic functions with their graphs and properties, including
intersections with axes, maxima and minima. Students will need to be familiar with the...

Tim Launch forces

As Tim launched on the Soyuz rocket he experienced g-forces over and above the Earth's gravity due to the acceleration.  In this task students measure and graph these g-force from the graphs obtained by tracking the swing of the pendant above his head.  The shape of the graph can then be discussed in terms of the...

Gold, storms and dinosaurs

In this podcast from the Planet Earth Online collection and the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), Richard Hollingham looks at where and how to find gold while Sue Nelson finds out why weather forecasters still struggle to predict sudden, violent summer storms. Other reports discover why scientists may be...

The Salt Marsh App - discover, learn, survey

Have you ever explored a salt marsh?  The Salt Marsh App will introduce you to the unique variety of plants and animals found on salt marshes and you can carry out an interactive plant and soil survey.  

You can download the free app and find...

Controlling Plant Cell Division to Enhance Biofuel Production

Produced in 2015, these post-16 resources look at how the control of cell division can lead to the production of lignified (woody) tissue. This has direct applications for producing greater quantities of energy rich biofuels. The resources are based on the work being carried out by Dr Ricardo Randall and...

Sustainable Science

This resource looks at types of home insulation, heat loss and calculating pay back time in order to justify choices of insulation. The videos look at materials used in house construction, properties of materials, heat transfer and solar energy. These resources were Supported and funded by National STEM...

Activity Templates

Standards Unit: Improving Learning in Mathematics activity templates.

Templates

  • Table: 2 columns x 4 rows
  • Table: 2 columns x 8 rows
  • Dominoes
  • Table: 4 columns x 4 rows
  • Table: 2 columns x 3 rows Landscape
  • Table: 3 column portrait
  • Hexagonal...

Moon Landing: Apollo 11

On July 20, 1969, the astronaut Neil Armstrong was the first human to set foot on the moon. From NASA, these images illustrate the story behind "One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind." Truly a milestone moment in space exploration.

Stars, Nebulae, Galaxies

NASA has been responsible for some fantastic images of space, especially from the Hubble Space Telescope. These are a few of the images of stars, nebulae and galaxies. More images are available from the  NASA website

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