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Webinar: Why civil engineering? Saving lives. 8 October 2020 and recorded

The ICE Inspiration Series provides a complete online careers programme for students and educational establishments who want to explore the rewarding and diverse world of civil engineering careers.

Each event will feature real life civil engineers telling...

Webinar: Why civil engineering? Engineering a better environment. 24 September 2020 and recorded

The ICE Inspiration Series provides a complete online careers programme for students and educational establishments who want to explore the rewarding and diverse world of civil engineering careers.

Each event will feature real life civil engineers telling...

State of the Nation report of UK primary science education

This set of reports commissioned by the Wellcome Trust explore the nature of science delivery across the UK capturing baseline metrics prior to the full implementation of it's UK wide Primary Science Campaign in autumn 2017 and reports on the progress of the campaign throughout its...

Primary science: is it missing out? recommendations for reviving primary science

Published in September 2014 this report details the findings and recommendations of a study carried out by the Wellcome Trust on the deployment of science and maths leaders in primary schools. The study carried out in 2013 explored how science and maths expertise is currently used in schools and looked at...

Choices

From the British Nutrition Foundation, these resources help to enhance the Understanding of the World, Playing and Exploring and Physical Development strands of the EYFS curriculum. These resources include food image cards, a cut and stick food activity worksheet, a display poster and a food book PowerPoint...

My Green City

This resource provides a series of four lessons in which children work in teams to design a sustainable city. They explore examples of sustainability in existing cities around the world and consider the needs of citizens and the challenges of supporting a growing urban population. Children then plan their city and...

Fact sheets

These fact sheets, from the National Physical Laboratory, are ideal posters for the classroom. They include illustrations and images to accompany the text. The following curriculum areas are covered: 

  • Acoustics: sound, frequency and ultrasound
  • Einstein: relativity, mass energy relation and...

Key Stage Three posters

These posters from the National Physical Laboratory are ideal for the Key Stage Three classroom.

The accuracy and precision poster explains the difference between the two concepts. These ideas are equally applicable for Key Stages Four and Five.

The sound poster explains the terminology of volume (...

Key Stage Two posters

These posters from the National Physical Laboratory are ideal for the Key Stage Two classroom and cover the seven SI base units.

What affects your heart rate?

This resource provides a set of videos and a practical investigation aimed at supporting working scientifically in the classroom and relating it to real world experiences. In the first video Professor Brian Cox joins a teacher to find out how to set up and run an investigation to find out how exercise affects heart...

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