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Crest Awards

The CREST scheme provides student-led project work in the STEM subjects. It is aimed at young people aged 5-19, and gives them a chance to choose their own subject and methodology when completing a hands-on investigation.

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IET sustainability resources

Resources to support with sutainability education. There are several activities for primary and secondary age children to enjoy at home.

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Special species competition

The Linnean Society invites you to create your own Special Species and enter our competition! We are currently accepting entries from all age groups (even adults!). Winners are awarded in April, July, September and December.

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Antimicrobial resistance

ABPI explains how antimicrobial medicines are vital in todays society but overuse can make these medicines lose effectiveness. These resources are intended to aid students in understanding how resistance develops and describe measures to combat resistance.

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Latest Resources

  • GCSEPod

    GCSEPod offer detailed and comprehensive coverage for Science. Pods are 3-5 minute bursts of GCSE learning, rigorously quality assured and mapped to all major boards. Our engaging format and the key exam content makes it easy to learn, understand and recall.

    Tassomai is an online quiz generator, which provides students with a set of quizzes based on their exam board’s content. It is designed to help students improve by guiding them to the areas upon which they need to work and giving them feedback on their progress.

  • Farmvention

    Farmvention (where farmining meets invention) is a national STEM competition. It is run by the NFU aimed at primary and lower secondary school children and launched in September 2020.  Entries close on 31 May 2021.

    Welcome to the British Aerosol Manufacturers Association (BAMA) educational resource about the science of aerosols This educational resource shows how science is applied in the manufacture and use of aerosols. It is suitable for students aged 14-19.
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