An open-access online resource supporting cross-curricular learning electricity, history, and art and design topics from the University of Leeds.
University of Leeds
We celebrate and communicate the scientific and creative thinking of young scientists, aged 12 -20.
Young Scientitsts Journal
People telling their career stories through video in their own words providing students with relevant and interesting careers information.
In this activity children consider whether these new cauliflowers are a good thing and argue whether a supermarket should or should not sell them.
In this activity children investigate the feasibility of growing wheat at home and explore different shapes of plot for the necessary area of cropping
Different living things like to live in places that suit their needs, and that includes humans.
In this activity children explore the conditions for plant growth, germination and pollination by designing investigations and exploring life cycles.
In this activity children learn about the life cycle and the food chain of the ladybird and its use in organic farming.
In this activity children investigate the possible causes of the vanishing bees and present their findings to the class in a role-play situation.
In this activity children work out how Tasers work in the context of Wonder Woman learning how to use it.
In this activity children debate possible explanations for why the giant palm died and then what plants really need to grow.
In this activity children will learn what happens when electrical circuits are broken.