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Richard III and the Isotope Story

The skeleton found beneath a Leicester car park in 2012 has been confirmed as that of English King Richard III. This free activity explores how isotope analysis of the skeleton revealed more about the lifestyle of the king.
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Autism - Copyright Radlett Lodge School

SEND Resources for Teachers

This guide from ASE, written by teachers, offers valuable strategies to use with SEND students.
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ASE Annual Conference

Practical Inspiration for Science Teaching and Learning

ASE Annual Conference hosts over 400 CPD science education sessions presented by teachers, leading scientists and researchers.
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Microbes in  your yoghurt

Lesson plans and activities that explains how microbes can be used to make food and drink. In this lesson students will set up a
microscope and look at the bacteria from a yoghurt.
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Engineer a Better World

The variety of exciting careers in engineering is vast and yet demand for engineers far exceeds supply. Only 6 percent of engineers in the UK today are women. IET launches a new campaign.
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Latest Resources

  • Microbiology Online

    This inspirational online resource supports the teaching and learning of microbiology in the classroom across the key stages. It explores how microbes can be friend and foe and most importantly, why we need these invisible organisms to live.


  • Stock Practical Science Peerswork
    COMING SOONNew Curriculum Support Resources 
    New activities from ASE and Timstar that highlight opportunities for practical and investigative science from KS3-KS5.

  • Data Harvest free resources for A Level practicals
    Free downloadable resources that match the new A Level practical specifications.

  • IET Engineer a better World
    The variety of exciting, creative and stimulating careers in modern engineering is vast. And yet demand for engineers far exceeds supply – and only 6 percent of engineers in the UK today are women. Find out more from IET.


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