Useful Web Links
General Resources & Revision Sites
Information for Teachers & Professional Bodies
Resources for Use in the Classroom & in Lesson Planning
Free workshops for schools & colleges at Beaufort Court (KS2/KS3/KS4, HE)
Have you ever touched a wind turbine?
Do you know how solar panels work?
What is biomass?
Do you want to inspire your students?
- National Archives: Defence Dynamics: Science
A free teaching resource bank for 14-16 year olds from the Ministry of Defence. Nearly 100 complete lesson plans provide real-life and topical contexts for students to apply their learning. Plus over 1,000 film clips, images and animations are available to access now.
- Education using PowerPoint
- Future morph
This is site is great for assembly ideas, careers advice, posters and teacher resources.
Healthline: human body maps New
BodyMaps is a free interactive visual search tool that allows users to explore the human body in 3-D. With easy-to-use navigation, users can search multiple layers of the human anatomy, view systems and organs down to their smallest parts, and understand in detail how the human body works.
- Hope Education: Science resources
A wide range of Science resources ideal for teaching children not just the fundamental topics from the curriculum, but also a fantastic array of topics including space, human and plant biology, healthy eating, light and the weather amongst many more.
Inspiring Seas programme has teaching resources for cross-curricular teaching of STEM subjects.
- I'm a Scientist: Debate
Teachers can order a FREE debate kit at. This is a project to get as many teachers as possible using discussions in their classrooms.
These kits have been thoroughly tested and are great How Science Works (HSW) resources for developing debate and discussions skills in science classes. The project is funded by the lovely Wellcome Trust who want to promote discussion of biomedical issues.
- Leaders Award: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Do you have some future leaders for science and engineering? 'STEM leaders' offers awards to students to recognise their achievements.