- Philip Harris Lego workshops
The FREE workshops are perfect for anyone involved in 11-16 STEM including secondary school teachers, science technicians, head teachers, regional coordinators or Local Authority members. You will learn hands-on how to deliver the Curriculum, including Computing, in a creative way.
- The BBC micro:bit
Philip Harris is really excited to be working with the BBC to deliver their brand new BBC micro:bit to your door. The BBC micro:bit has loads of great features including Bluetooth, a motion detector and it can even tell what direction you’re going in.
Citizen science projects where anyone can help researchers solve big problems and by getting invlved you also learn about the science. We recommend the Fossil Finder project for teacher to use with their students.
- Making a Smart Tunnel
Cambridge University scientists and engineers use smart sensing to find out what happens when you build a tunnel right under another one.
- Cyclone Centre
Help scientists analyze over 30 years of tropical cyclone satellite imagery.
- Tomorrow's Engineers
Everything about engineering, schoool activities, events and careers in one place.
- Free teaching resources from the IET
FREE TEACHING RESOURCES - classroom activities for students aged 11-19 years with film clips, online games and quizzes.
- Moon Zoo
With your help, we hope to study the lunar surface in unprecedented detail. Thanks to the help of the Moon Zoo community we have already visually classified 3,748,871 images from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO).
An app that presents current astronomical event data ia a format accessible to non-professional astronomers and enthusiasts.
- National Schools Observatory
The National Schools' Observatory provides schools in the UK and Ireland with free access to the Liverpool Telescope.
- Bradford Robotic Telescope
Your school can book time on a robotic telescope in Tenerife and use online resources from schools.telescopes.org too.
- Met Office Weather Observations Website
A website that displays online data submitted by groups or the public
- Computer Science for Fun CS4FN
Welcome to the fun side of computer science! Explore how computer science is also about people, solving puzzles, creativity, changing the future and, most of all, having fun.