- Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS)
The Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) project aims to develop support for a valid, reliable and manageable system of science assessment which will have a positive impact on children’s learning
Dr Helen, professional palaeontologist and child-friendly scientist, brings evolution, rocks and fossils, games, challenges, knowledge and enthusiasm into your classroom to help you, the teachers, inspire a future generation of scientists & creative thinkers.
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.
- World Space Week
World Space Week is an excellent opportunity to inspire and stimulate interests in space, space sciences and education. Participate in the celebration of World Space Week each October 4-10.
- Collins Snap Science
Snap Science is a dynamic, comprehensive programme, packed with inspirational resources, designed to help you deliver outstanding science throughout your school.
- Royal Meteorological Society
The Royal Meteorological Society supports teachers and the teaching of weather and climate in schools.
- Climate change schools' project resources
The Climate Change Schools Resources were developed by the Climate Change Schools Project, based at the then Science Learning Centre in Durham and led by Krista McKinzey. A large number of teachers and schools in North East England were involved in their development
- 50 Incredible facts about water - from Aquatec
A fascinating inforgraphic about 50 things you probably don't know about water
Metlink is the home for school resources from the Royal Meteorological Society
- British Antarctic Survey Educational Resources
Educational services and resources from the British Antarctic Survey
- Rutland Ospreys
Rutland Ospresy runs World Osprey Week and posts photos and information all year round including satellite tracking data on migration flyways.
- Finding Longitude
Not knowing your position at sea was one of the great problems of science. In 1714 the government decided to offer a huge prize to the person who could solve the problem. Would it be astronomers or craftsmen who won?
- Space Scoop
Astro News for Children
- Disaster Zone! Earthquakes, Tornadoes, Hurricanes and Volcanoes
A set to four downloadable PDF posters and quizzes to accompany the Disaster Zone! Volcano Information Posters
- Discovering Antarctica (British Antarctic Survey)
The most up-to-date, in-depth, interactive teaching and learning resource on Antarctica
- ESA Kids
Space fun from the European Space Agency. You can play in several languages!