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IET Faraday STEM Posters

A range of downloadable classroom posters to support learning in science, computing and engineering. They link to curriculum topics including: forces, light, circuits, space, weather, transport, materials and robotics. All of these posters are updated and the collection is added to on a...

Eatwell Guide *Suitable for Home Learning*

From the British Nutrition Foundation, these resources help children across the primary phase to name foods in different food groups and to explain that we need to eat from a range of food groups in order to be healthy.

Hungry Mice

From the Science Museum, this interactive game encourages students to think about renewable and non-renewable energy sources. Students need to guide their 'Hungry mice' as they find and eat energy sources. Renewable ones are replaced but non-renewable resources disappear. The game is a way to engage younger...

Recycling

This Concept Cartoon on recycling was produced by Millgate House Education and Practical Action. This cartoon help students explore issues around how recyling and reusing products can benefit the environment. Concept Cartoons are quick, simple and effective. They are designed to intrigue, provoke discussion and...

Web of Wildlife (Age 7-11)

This resource, produced by ARKive, is designed to teach Key Stage Two children about food chains, food webs and interdependence in different habitats around the world. A presentation using high quality images introduces the structure of simple food chains, food webs and how different organisms within ecosystems...

Heart Beaters (Ages 9-11)

Aimed at Key Stage Two, this resource looks at the function of the heart, how exercise affects heart rate, and the rate of recovery after exercise. Linked to PE and the topic animals including humans, it also aims to develop enquiry skills.

Lessons are introduced by the character Fizzy, who sets children a...

Magnet Maze * suitable for home learning*

This is one of a set of resources developed to support the teaching of the primary national curriculum. They are designed to support the delivery of key topics within science and design and technology. This resource focusses on developing understanding of magnetic materials by producing a maze game.

Magnets...

STEM Learning primary magazine - spring 2017

In this issue of the STEM Learning magazine Alison Hogben describes how the mastery approach to teaching mathematics can significantly impact the teaching and learning in a primary school in the article Mastering mathematics. the magazine also features the following articles:

  • STEM Ambassadors help...

10 years of impact on teachers, pupils and schools - lessons in excellent science education

This Impact Summary, published in 2015, showed how for the previous ten years the National Science Learning Network had provided teachers, technicians and other educators with high impact, subject-specific professional development in science and other STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics...

STEM Learning primary magazine - autumn 2016

This issue of the magazine focuses on assessment in primary education, how to drive science education in the primary classroom,  demonstrates the effects of using a pulley and even how to open a museum in a school! Karen Brunyee,Primary Professional National Lead, describes how to incorporate STEM...

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