- Bloodhound SSC - Race for the Line Competition
The BLOODHOUND Project is a global Engineering Adventure, using a 1000mph world land speed record attempt to inspire the next generation to enjoy, explore and get involved in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Apply now for the 'Race for the line competition' - A Micro:bit Model Rocket Car Competition for England & Wales
- Practical Action evaluation tools
Support your students to evaluate products and designs. The Practical Action evaluation tools give students (aged 7-19) an opportunity to analyse their products, designs or existing products.
- Copper Development Association Resources
The very popular Copper Development Association resources have now been expanded and updated. They are now availavle to download as Zip folders of interactive PDF files.
- Big Telescopes Poster from STFC
An A2 double sided poster about the world's largest telescopes and the range of the electromagnetic spectrum they cover.
- Teaching Medical Physics
Medical Physics applications to support GCSE and A Level
- Isaac Physics
Isaac Physics a project designed to offer support and activities in physics problem solving to teachers and students from GCSE level through to university.
- Free teaching resources from the IET
FREE TEACHING RESOURCES - classroom activities for students aged 11-19 years with film clips, online games and quizzes.
- UK Schools Seismology Project
Information from BGS on how to get started and join in the project.
- How tracking satellites work
Find out how birds carrying 5g transmitters are detected by satellites in polar orbit.
- Voicebox - the physics and evolution of speech
Voicebox is a suite of content including simulation software that shows how the larynx works and how voice evolved.
- Sixty Symbols
Short videos on the big concepts of modern physics and astronomy from Nottingham University
- Acoustics Salford
With really well designed flash animations, these two resources for 14-16 an 16+ ages are valuable for teaching and revision of the physics(and maths!) of sound