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The Genecon V3: Taking a new look at electricity!

"The Exploring electricity class pack presents an engaging way for children to investigate electricity topics but offers much more..." Check out the You Tube clip. Read more on SchoolScience to find out how to win a full class pack! 

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Exploring the First Electrical Houses: the Story of Electricity:

A new open-access online resource supporting cross-curricular learning of KS2 electricity, history, and art and design topics from the University of Leeds - Coming Soon!

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Chilled Education bringing you resources

Chilled food have produced suites of resources to support practical work and other engaging activities. Stimulate your pupils to explore food science activities and ideas for rewarding careers.

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Check out the Optika trinocular microscope

Students can use the binocular eyepieces for their investigations whilst teachers can examine and support them via the vertical monocular eyepiece.

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Latest Resources

  • MARCH Conference: Free Event

    Held on Tuesday 15 November at Burlington House at the Geological Society, London, the daytime Conference will bring together educators and institutions to look to the future of education, and address how to make science real for students in school.

  • Timstar

    Timstar are really moving thing forward with their project supporting purposeful practical work in partnership with ASE. Check out Stefan Gates - the Gastronaut and junior scientist Poppy Oxbury to see their contribution to science education.

  • Gratnells

    Leaders in classroom storage for over 40 years, Gratnells has introduced an innovative new product range designed to store, charge and sync up to 30 USB devices at ultra fast speed.Check out the Power Tray and Power Trolley on Schoolscience.

  • Whynotchemeng
    The Institute of Chemical Engineers' careers campaign has a wealth of information supporting teachers, students and teachers in finding out more about the careers in chemical, biochemical and process engineering. Check out


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