- Inspirational Ideas for Extended Projects at GCE
If you are looking for ideas to inspire extended projects in science look no further than the New Scientist website.
It contains up-to-the minute articles on scientific research ranging from mapping the human brain to dinosaurs’ sleeping habits.
Also take a look at some inspirational images for your classroom at http://www.newscientist.com/gallery/best-pictures-2010/13
- Interactive resources for teaching about the human body
R.Science is the Royal Society's main podcast bringing you each month the latest news on the wide range of activities happening at the Society.
It is particularly useful for A-level students or those with a keen interest in cutting edge science.
- IOP Resources
Four brand new interactive games are now available to use in your teaching of energy and space to 13-16 year olds. These games are designed to help students to engage with the physics they need to use to solve problems and win the games.
- National STEM centre resource collection
With nearly 1300 resources in nearly 70 collections you can rediscover your favourite science resources by visiting the National STEM Centre’s resource collection
- NSEW Activity Packs
The 2011 pack Message Makers pack contains investigative activities which allow children to conduct a sound survey of the school grounds,investigate why big ears hear more sound, send secret codes,experiment with detecting sound etc.
Downloaded with Sounds of Science, teachers will have a variety of ideas and experiments suited to celebrate the theme of communication.
- Physics and ethics education (PEEP) project
Physics and ethics education (PEEP) project to grapple with ethics in science
- Practical Physics
For all ages, suggested risk assessed practicals for core content
- Primary Science Quality Mark
Information for Schools
- Resource for Astronomy Controlled Assessment
Schools Observatory has added an observing programme within 'Go Observing' that allows users to request a set of observations, over a number of days, of the same section of the Moon's surface.