BLOODHOUND SSC are attempting to break the landspeed record using a rocket-powered vehicle. Their mission is to confront and overcome the impossible using science, technology, engineering and mathematics. These educational resources aim to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers.
A range of materials, designed by BLOODHOUND SSC, to support the teaching of science, technology, engineering and mathematics at Key Stage Two. Topics include forces, motion, speed and resistance.
This suite of materials has been developed in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Engineering to support teaching and learning for the 14-19 engineering diploma.
Learners studying the engineering diploma at all levels need to be able to describe and evaluate the impact of engineering on the environment and the...
A collection of materials provided by BLOODHOUND SSC to support the teaching of science, technology, engineering and mathematics at Key Stage Three and Key Stage Four.
These resources are from the Institute of Physics and sponsored by Gatsby Technical Education Projects. They contain detailed ideas and resources for teaching physics to students aged 16-19. The resources aim to help those new to teaching this age group. They assume only limited access to equipment, resources, and...
From the Institute of Physics, these resources are split into topics and each topic is subdivided into a number of learning episodes. Each episode represents a coherent section of teaching which is typically one or two lessons.
The topics covered include:
* Electric current and charge carriers
From the Institute of Physics, these resources are split into topics and each topic is subdivided into a number of episodes. An episode represents a coherent section of teaching – perhaps one or two lessons. The topics covered are:
* Simple harmonic motion
* Progressive waves
* Electromagnetic waves
This collection includes research information, reports and guidance. It will be of interest to managers and practitioners in schools who are concerned with the delivery of STEM careers awareness.
A selection of lesson plans, activities and teachers' notes for students aged 7-11 from BP Educational Service (BPES). The Young Science Investigators are Beepy, Dev and Kate, who help students to learn about science through engaging, classroom-centred experiments and activities.
The topics covered include...
A selection of lesson plans, activities and teachers notes for students aged 11-19 from BP Educational Service (BPES). The materials include interactive animations, information and activity sheets, and suggestions for practical activities.