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New ammunition is a resource for primary and secondary students exploring the application of science to the development of new medicines, the principles of double-blind trialling to test treatments, and the debate behind issues of gene therapy.
Food and famine is a resource for primary and secondary students exploring how to test drinking water for pathogens, challenging fears and prejudices about foods common to other cultures - especially the importance of eating insects, and the environmental impact of our food choices in terms of water usage, world food supply and greenhouse gas production.
Asthma and allergies is a resource for primary and secondary students exploring allergies and the impact of asthma on the human gas exchange system, with oppotrunities to work with charts, tables and data
Food counter is a resource for primary and secondary students exploring how the digestive system works, the need for a variety of foods for good health, and the consequences of imbalances in the diet, including deficiency diseases.
How do planes fly? Watch this video with your students to find out how planes stay up in the air, speed up and slow down, as well as learn all about distance-time graphs. There’s also an interactive activity which allows students to take a virtual tour of the airport and find out more about the science that’s all around us.
Free resources that explore enterprise within the horseracing industry
Give the next generation the skills and confidence to ride their bikes on today’s roads
Show students how good money management skills can help in everyday life
Build functional skills through this free personal finance resource
The free online game that motivates pupils in personal finance
Design challenges using aluminium
Challenge students through a simulation of real-life trading