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The Digestive System

This resource provides a lesson about digestion in humans, linked to curriculum objectives. It is structured around a series of captivating, educational films. The films highlight the structure and function of the key organs of the digestive system, focusing on what happens at each stage on food's incredible...

Classification

True or false

 

Aimed at primary learners, this resource provides a lesson which links to the classification of plants and animals. Based around a series of captivating educational films, it looks at the reasons why we classify living things and how we classify them. Teacher’s notes provide a...

Weather in Space

This animation describes how Earth Observation satellites, such as METOP, allows us to forecast the weather and to measure changes in the climate and monitor natural disasters.  It also describes how the satellites are monitored by engineers on the ground to ensure they are functioning correctly.

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Tim Peake

This video is a message to ESERO-UK from European Space Agency astronaut Tim Peake. He talks about studying STEM subjects and how he became an astronaut. The video includes images of a launch, Tim engaging in various astronaut training exercises and the International Space Station, where Tim will be for six months...

The Benefits of Bringing Space to the Classroom

Filmed at the ESERO-UK Secondary Conference, in 2014, this video shows teachers talking about the benefits of attending the conference, networking with other teachers and learning about the different contexts that can be used to teach STEM subjects. The video also features UK European Space Agency astronaut Tim...

Space Case

Spacecraft materials kit: the challenge

Spacecraft materials kit: classroom demonstration

Investigate properties of materials and decide which would be suitable for use on a spacecraft, in this resource aimed at upper primary children. A PowerPoint presentation, which includes an introduction from a...

Forces - Rocket Launch

This starter clip from Teachers TV demonstrates how much air pressure is needed to move objects of varying size. Scientist Dr Mark Biddiss constructs a makeshift launch pad, watched by children from Orion Primary School in north London. The air volumes are changed to project small, medium-sized and large bottles...

Earth in Space 2

This video, from Teachers TV, shows a combined Years Five and Six class at Ponsbourne St Mary's Primary School, in Hertfordshire, continue their learning about the Earth in Space. Teacher Adrienne Bullen takes the children to the Science Learning Centre, at the University of Hertfordshire, where the children are...

Earth in Space 1

From Teachers TV, this video illustrates how combined Years Five and Six class teacher Adrienne Bullen tackles the challenging and exciting topic of the Earth in Space. Adrienne is keen to make science fun and inspiring and uses a carousel of activities for the children. By recording how shadows change on the...

Earth and Space

This short film follows Brendan Owens, as he hosts a workshop at the Royal Observatory with a group of schoolchildren to teach them about Earth and Space. He puts right common misconceptions about the moon, and gives his top tips on teaching Earth and Space. Using his rotating model, he brings the orbit of the...

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