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IET: Supporting STEM in Education

The IET supports STEM Education through Faraday Challenge Days and resources. Check out the links for further details.

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Smoky Homes:

A Smoky Homes is an exciting new STEM project for primary age pupils from Practical Action. The project provides a real-life context for pupils to explore the health and environmental problems faced by the 3 billion people globally who cook on open fires or traditional cook stoves. 

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ABPI: Resources to support science learning

The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry provides a wealth of resources to support pupils aged 5-19: high quality, free, curriculum related, interactive resources containing animations and diagrams which can be downloaded.

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Timstar: Supporting practical and investigative science

Working together with the ASE to help deliver an excellent and inspiring education for all young people. Check out the co-authored resources to support practical and investigative science Here>.

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Latest Resources

  • Chilled Food Association resources

    Chilled Education provides a unique link between teachers, students and the industry.  Its package of innovative, mainly free, resources is designed by teachers and industry specialists to help make your science lessons even more inspiring, informative and relevant.

  • Collins

    Collins has been publishing educational and informative books for almost 200 years. Throughout this rich heritage we have maintained an impressive record in creating market-leading products across various sectors.Check links to A Level, GCSE and KS3 resources here>

  • 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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