Tasty Careers

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...

Football in science teaching

What is the perfect curve of a ball’s trajectory, what must the ideal turf be like, and what’s the CO2 balance of the UEFA European Championship? From the measurement of the mass of the air inside the ball, to the influence of energy drinks on...

Discover Heathland

The Open Air Laboratories (OPAL) network is an initiative which aims to create and inspire a new generation of nature-lovers by encouraging people to explore, study, enjoy and protect their local environment. OPAL began in 2007 with a total of 15 partners, headed by Imperial College London,...

The Physics of Spin in Sport

This interactive resource provides information on the dynamics of flight for different projectiles in sport: a cricket ball, golf ball, foot ball, tennis ball, Frisbee and a shuttle cock. The information is most appropriate for GCSE to A-level Physics. Some content is at undergraduate physics...

Astronomy and Football

A 100 metres football field could serve as a venue to compare distances in our Solar System. Hopefully, this exercise from ESA will add perspective to the vastness of our part of the Universe and to the learning of astronomy.

Football, Running, Swimming

These three resources from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) investigate the ways in which a range of sports use technology to improve performance.

* Opta Sports data uses leading edge technology to compile team and player performance data for a range of sports and has...

Selenia and the Crazy Football Game

Learn about the cooling down of liquids and thermal insulators in this colourful comic aimed at students in Key Stage Two. Written to promote enquiry skills in a context, it focuses on making predictions before carrying out an investigation on how quickly a hot liquid cools down.

In this...

BEAM

BEAM (Be a Mathematician) is a specialist mathematics education publisher, dedicated to promoting the teaching and learning of mathematics as interesting, challenging and enjoyable. BEAM is a branch of Nelson Thornes publishers. The teaching materials cover teaching and learning needs for...

The Science of Tennis

This interactive resource is designed to facilitate the understanding of tennis equipment and how it affects the game. The science is appropriate for students aged 14-16 and post-16 students but is particularly relevant to teachers of sports science. The modules are: Tennis shoes; Tennis rackets...

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VEX Robotics EDR Curriculum - Unit 1.1: Autodesk Inventor Tumbler Build

VEX Robotics EDR Curriculum - Unit 1.1: Autodesk Inventor Tumbler Build looks at the process of constructing a virtual VEX Tumbler within the Autodesk Inventor software environment using the available digital VEX Robotics parts. This virtual robot can then be tested and modified using the tools available in the...
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25 July 2016

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VEX Robotics IQ Curriculum - Mix 'n' Match

This collection of VEX IQ Curriculum is designed so you can Mix 'n' Match the lesson content and number of lessons to your individual needs. Each lesson is created to act as a standalone unit, so if you want to focus on one specific subject this is possible. You are also able to link lessons into longer...
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25 July 2016

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The Salt Marsh App - discover, learn, survey

Have you ever explored a salt marsh?  The Salt Marsh App will introduce you to the unique variety of plants and animals found on salt marshes and you can carry out an interactive plant and soil survey.  ​You can download the free app and find further information about salt marshes and the...
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19 July 2016

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Selected resources used on the Differentiating for Learning in STEM Teaching MOOC

Enrol here for the free online Differentiating for Learning in STEM Teaching course led by Dylan Wiliam, Christine Harrison and Andrea Mapplebeck to help STEM teachers understand DfL. You can also join this goup if you want to continue the conversation after the end of the course or...
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17 July 2016

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14 July 2016

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Strawberry DNA Extraction

A very simple way of extracting DNA from Straw berries. Can take around 20-30 minuti depending on how much you prep you do.I found this method is better with low level students or Science clubs.
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08 July 2016

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How to make Phlubber

Great way to make  Phlubber. Just like making slime but better. Please try this before giving it out to lessons and beware of the hazards of using BORAXgood way of showing polymers!This worksheet was a from the science learning centre.
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06 July 2016

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Mission: Starlight - a global experiment on UV protection- Tim Peake-Homemade worksheets

Here are some works sheet that i made to go aside the Mission: Starlight - a global experiment on UV protection- Tim Peake- Great small project for any years note the last practical suspension  please do this practical in small groups as it uses alot of Veg oil. 
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06 July 2016

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Centrifuge (Home made) Using a Salad Spinner

Here are a few picturs of the make a home made centrifuge using a Salad Spinner which cost around £5-10. Also sticking some meccano in the bottom with some small ties to hold small test tubes in.And then you are free to use it with whatever you want. E.g separation   
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06 July 2016

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Pig Foot Dissection

This is, by many teacher accounts, a fascinating dissection using material available from a butcher. The trotter is easy to handle and provides a clear example of a synovial joint as well as the different tissues involved in joints – tendons, ligaments, cartilage, bone and muscle.Please be aware of ...
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