Practical Action is a development charity. These educational resources look at the consequences of climate change and some of the actions being taken to reduce its impacts.
Practical Action helps to develop simple solutions to problems faced in developing nations. These educational resources look at a range of ways that renewable energy is produced and used.
The STEM Pathfinder programme, funded by the former Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) and managed by the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust (SSAT), aimed to enable and support networks of specialist schools to design, deliver and integrate STEM activities across their school.
These aims were...
These resources from Practical Action help students to understand sustainable development. They explore social, economic and environmental aspects of contemporary issues. Suitable for classes in science or technology.
This collection contains resources relating to the Solar System and Planets. There are a range of activities, images, video and information from sources such as the European Space Agency and NASA. There are a range of materials which can be used with primary or secondary students.
The resources in this collection give advice and guidance to teachers and managers on how to develop and deliver triple GCSEs. Resources focus on the teaching of biology, chemistry and physics.
The resources in this collection look at whole-school issues in managing and teaching triple science. They include guidance and case studies for teachers and managers on implementing triple science, curriculum planning, identifying and inspiring students to take triple science, raising attainment, and collaborative...
BGCI is an international organisation that exists to ensure the world-wide conservation of threatened plants, the continued existence of which are intrinsically linked to global issues including poverty, human well-being and climate change.
BGCI's educational resources aim is to raise awareness about the importance...
A great deal of space exploration is performed by autonomous craft. They have mapped remote planets and even landed to send surface data back to Earth. Satellites have changed the world of communication, earth observation and, through global positioning systems, everyday navigation.
This collection, with contributors...
The first human in space was Yuri Gagarin. Since then, humans have 'walked' in space, set foot on the Moon and lived for long periods in orbit on craft like the International Space Station (ISS). This collection contains images, video and other resources that show how humans have explored space.