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Get Set for the Spirit of Sport is a new resource aimed at encouraging primary and secondary pupils to examine their decisions both on and off the playing field and help them to understand the positive impact on health, the social benefits of sport, and how they can carry these over into other aspects of their lives.
Create a campaign to get everyone on board with the healthy eating message. A whole-class or whole-school activity for students aged 7-14.
Discover what athletes need to eat well. Activities for students aged 7-14.
Find the best young chefs in your school with our school competition. A whole-class or whole-school activity for students aged 7-14.
Grow your own ingredients and cook an athlete-inspired meal from scratch. Activities for students aged 7-14.
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.
Food counter is a resource for primary and secondary students exploring how the digestive system works, the need for a variety of foods for good health, and the consequences of imbalances in the diet, including deficiency diseases.
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.
The free Get Gas Safe programme will help you deliver vital safety messages to pupils aged 9 to 11 and their families.
Fighting back is a resource for primary and secondary students exploring how harmful microbes are transmitted from person to person, the world’s most serious communicable diseases, and how microbial evolution is driving the quest for new antimicrobial agents.
Mouth guard is a resource for primary and secondary students exploring oral hygiene
Helping hands is a resource for primary and secondary students exploring the spread of microbes and how to prevent it, and the links between science and personal hygiene.
Fuel to win is a resource for primary and secondary students exploring how food is used by the body as fuel during respiration and the components of a balanced diet.
Where's the Science in That? The Park is a resource for 9 to 11 year-olds exploring amazing science in the everyday setting of a park
Give the next generation the skills and confidence to ride their bikes on today’s roads
The free resource about healthy lifestyles
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