These Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) careers guides give simple definitions of social science subjects, with ideas about possible careers and examples of ESRC-funded research.
The guides available here are:
This guide, from triple science support, has been produced to provide advice and guidance for teachers wishing to incorporate careers activities into the scheme of work. The guide offers background information and practical suggestions to support classroom practice. Before you start to plan your activity, it is...
Whilst this list provides a source of information and ideas for experimental work, it is important to note that recommendations can date very quickly. Do NOT follow suggestions which conflict with current advice from CLEAPSS, SSERC or recent safety guides. eLibrary users are responsible for ensuring that any activity...
Careers information for students who would like to work within the space industry.Some of these resources require FREE registration with the STEM Learning website. Registration also gives you access to thousands of other quality assured STEM resources.
Series which focuses on the less obvious STEM career choices.
Teachers TV was originally a television channel which aimed to provide professional development support for teachers, school leaders, support staff and governors. Many of the programmes were filmed inside real classrooms, with teachers sharing good practice and ideas for lessons.
The videos in this collection are a...
Many of BP's educational resources provide insights into a wide range of career routes. The materials support the teaching of subject concepts, and also help young people to see how STEM subject knowledge contributes to achievement of technological and engineering goals in business and industry.
The National Skills Academy for Food and Drink has developed a collection of resources for teachers and students called Tasty Careers. This collection of resources is a set of colourful posters which cleverly show how many different career roles are involved in the production of bread, butter and other food...
This is an open ended career exploration activity where students are encouraged to see what they can learn from as wide a range of case studies as time permits within the session.