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Chemical analysis is used to find out whether, and if so how much, particular chemicals are present in a wide range of contexts: forensic science, consumer advice, environmental protection, health care, quality control, customs and excise and in scientific research. There are laws regulated by Government agencies...
This list provides resources which were referred to in the 2015 ASE workshop Creating Learning Activities for Primary Science. They link to various aspects of the curriculum, covering a variety of enquiry skills and ways of working scientifically. As well as using them in class, they could be used as...
A list of resources mentioned in my talk at the Riding Maths Hub

STEM Ambassadors

Whilst this list may provide a source of information and ideas for experimental work, it is important to note that recommendations can date very quickly. Do NOT follow suggestions which conflict with current advice from CLEAPSS, SSERC or recent safety guides. eLibrary users are responsible for ensuring that any...
These resources introduce students to inheritance and DNA. The list provides a range of activities, lesson ideas, film clips, background information, practical tips and suggested teaching strategies which link to the following statements in the 2014 National Curriculum: • heredity as the process by...

pH and indicators

The resources in this list allow students to investigate the pH scale, acidity, alkalinity and indicators. This is often students' first chance to get hands on with chemistry in Year 7 and always creates a bit of a buzz in the classroom. The list provides a range of activities,...
There is good scope within this topic for collaborating with other departments, bringing in concepts of citizenship, the circular economy and product design.  The resources in this list include quick starter activities and ideas for extended projects and cross-curricular planning.  From 2014,...
The Gaia mission aims to map the positions of 1 billion stars in the Milky Way.  This list links out to teaching resources associated with the Gaia's science goals .
Linking learning in science to the vocational course a student is following can be very motivational.Microbes are widely used in food production to preserve food, enhance flavour or improve texture, and so this is the ideal topic in biology to grab the attention of students who are following vocational catering...
There is a wide range of mathematical topics used in construction and engineering.Constructions takes the mathematical  description of the word construction, exploring mathematical constructions and scale diagrams in different contexts; skills which are vital when working with plans. The resource also stresses...

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