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STEM Club Activity: Smart Muscle

This resource looks at whether it is possible to mimic human movement by using prosthetic technology to make a ‘muscle’ for a new generation of robots, so they can lift their arms and grab objects.

eZero Island (14-16)

This resource challenges students to design an energy plan for an island so that it can become self-sufficient and to consider not only how but also why they might want to do that. Students must design an energy supply system for the island that does not rely on fossil fuels. As well as making decisions about how...

Module 1: Life Cycles

From the Charles Darwin Trust, these materials help children to understand about life cycles, food chains, interdependence and adaptation. Children look at the growth of cabbages and the life cycles of two insects, the cabbage white butterfly and the Ichneumon wasp. Children see how these life cycles are...

RSPB Big Schools' Birdwatch - RSPB resources 2022 (Welsh)

This collection supports learning about the identification of birds, aspects of literacy, mathematics and design and technology. Created to support the Big Schools’ Birdwatch, the activities may also be used independent of the larger survey at other...

RSPB Big Schools' Birdwatch - RSPB resources 2022

This collection supports learning about the identification of birds, aspects of literacy, mathematics and design and technology. Created to support the Big Schools’ Birdwatch, the activities may also be used independent of the larger survey at other times of the year....

Big Schools' Birdwatch legacy counting sheets

This resource provides recording sheets for spotting different kinds of birds, supporting children to identify and count the number of different birds that they see. Containing pictures of commonly seen garden birds, they are differentiated for different year groups and/or abilities within a class. Welsh language...

A Healthy Lifestyle

This short film aimed at improving the subject knowledge of primary teachers on the topic of keeping healthy. It follows Sonia Cullington of WOW Fitness as she speaks about healthy eating and living. She looks at an everyday shopping list and discusses how they may or may not form part of a healthy balanced diet...

Body Systems

Winning a gold medal sometimes requires thinking scientifically. In this film we meet Alison McGregor and Graham Davis, Imperial scientists who work with Olympian Catherine Grainger to maximise her body limits as an athlete.

Seeing science interact with sport in this way helps illustrate the importance of...

Changing State

This short film provides an introduction to changing state. It features Professor Robert Winston with his grandson in the family garden. He explains the three states of matter and explains how a small steam engine is powered in terms of changing state.

This resource has been provided by Reach Out CPD, a...

Digestive System Experiment

This short film clip follows primary school teacher, Danny, as he demonstrates a practical experiment which recreates the digestion process in the classroom. Using household items such as paper cups, orange juice and a pair of tights, this demonstration enables children to visualise the process of digestion in an...

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