Filter by topic
New ammunition is a resource for primary and secondary students exploring the application of science to the development of new medicines, the principles of double-blind trialling to test treatments, and the debate behind issues of gene therapy.
Food and famine is a resource for primary and secondary students exploring how to test drinking water for pathogens, challenging fears and prejudices about foods common to other cultures - especially the importance of eating insects, and the environmental impact of our food choices in terms of water usage, world food supply and greenhouse gas production.
My Neighbourhood is a photography competition for 5 to 18 year olds. It invites them to look through a lens and share photographs of a special place, person or activity in their local area. There’s a chance to win a £1,000 voucher or personalised poster.
Help teach how Standards can make our lives easier, safer and healthier
A free interactive resource that teaches pupils the importance of protection, conservation and enjoyment of the countryside
Free resources to help pupils learn about the environment
We're calling budding young scientists across the UK to take part in The Big Bumblebee Discovery and to record information about bumblebees visiting lavender plants this summer.
Free road safety resources for pupils aged 3 to 11, their teachers and parents
A free education programme inspired by the Olympic Games, Team GB and the Olympic Values, designed to help make playtimes more active and positive.
Free resources to start pupils thinking about money and prices