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Experiments on Coralline Algae as a Model to Examine the Effects of Climate Change and Environmental Variation

There are teacher notes and student materials which describe the research into the potential effects of climate change on a Coralline algae species. Curriculum links include biodiversity, sampling techniques, student t test, Simpson’s Index, photosynthesis, climate change, ecology, ecosystems, adaptation,...

The Great British Space Dinner - Primary Resource

The Great British Space Dinner Challenge contains six lessons:

Lesson 1 – All Aboard the International Space Station (ISS). This lesson sets the scene for the sequence of lessons with a brief Introduction to the ISS and the Great British Space Dinner Challenge.

Lesson 2: Fit...

ESERO-UK resource audit

This audit of space related educational material was commissioned by the UK Space Agency and the ESERO-UK, in support of their future education campaigns. This report summarises the findings of the Space Education Resources Review that took place between November 2017 and April 2018. The report is divided into...

Marsquake: seismology on another planet

The MarsQuake project provides a set of teaching resources and classroom activities that can use real data and images sent back from the 2018 NASA InSight mission to Mars.

Aimed at 11–18 year-olds (KS 3, 4 and 5), these activities include modelling and locating meteorite impacts, or marsquakes, which will...

Minibeast trackers

In this session children use their senses to look, listen and touch their way around their outdoor space - encouraging a sense of curiosity that could lead to adventures and imaginative play.

This lesson enables students to:

  • Treat animals in the environment with care and sensitivity
  • ...

Darkness dwellers

This resource requires children to imagine the world without any light. Drawing from nature for ideas and inspiration, they design ‘stick people’ with special features and powers to live in a world of darkness. The lesson is best done in a woodland or other natural environment, with an optional extension back...

Immunology - infographics

A set of posters with useful key facts which could be used in a marketplace activity on immunity.

Topics included:

  • autoimmunity
  • cancer immunotherapy
  • meningitis
  • primary immunodeficiency
  • secondary immunodeficiency
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • vaccines...

Meteorite hunters

In this lesson, pupils learn about where meteorites come from, how they form and what the different classifications of meteorites are. Pupils then use this knowledge and ideas of classification to identify samples from the meteorite hunters box, and to find the real meteorites in their samples.

Curriculum...

Edible model rocks

In this activity, students will learn about the three main types of Earth rocks and make edible analogues to help explain how they form. They will then use the ideas from this activity to investigate and suggest what some of the samples in the meteorite hunters boxes might be.

Curriculum links:

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Tuberculosis: Can the Spread of This Killer Disease be Halted?

With an increase in tuberculosis (TB) throughout the world during the 21st century, this resource looks at what scientists are doing to combat a disease that many believed was a problem of the past. The TB fact file describes the disease, its symptoms and incidence and reviews current research into its cause, [i]...

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