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In 2002 the UK Government launched the Key Stage Three National Strategy for science – a school support programme involving locally employed consultants to work with science teachers and departments to raise standards in Key Stage Three science across England (students...

Making a Spectacle

'Not everyone has good eyesight. Many of us need spectacles or contact lenses to improve our vision. A lot of science goes into making sure people get the right spectacles to suit their needs.' These practicals and videos use a workplace context to help students to develop their understanding of the electromagnetic...

The GCSE Mathematics extension materials are aimed at students who are working towards GCSE Mathematics and would benefit from exposure to mathematics beyond the GCSE specifications.

The aims of the materials were:

  • To introduce students to new ideas so as to stimulate...

MEI Online Resources provide this introduction to Matrices for AQA FP1. Detailed notes covering the manipulation of matrices and crucial points to learn are included, together with study plans for both Heinemann and Oxford textbooks.

There are many misconceptions in the understanding of mathematics which ultimately give rise to errors. Resources addressing eight of the most commonly found are included in this collection. Each resource contains an explanation of how the misconception arises so easily, together with some exercises aimed at...

A series of specifications for the GCSE design and technology modules.

Assessment matters

From April 1989 SEAC assumed responsibility for the management of the existing contract of the Assesssment of Performance Unit (APU). A new section formed within the SEAC was created – the Evaluation and Monitoring Unit (EMU).  The unit has responsibility for monitoring and evaluating the National Curriculum...

The World of Science was based on a selection of topics from ASE’s SATIS project. The publications contained the best of the thinking of the first project. Units that had stood the test of time were included but they were updated, shortened and amended in the light...


A variety of games and quizzes, including popular 'Fun-size' activities.

Major Resources

These wide-ranging materials include interactive animations and print-based resources focusing on a space theme. The six major resources are: *Planet 10 - a virtual model of our solar system *Secrets of the ice - a practical activity to teach pupils about pollution and environmental change. It is set in the context...


A variety of games and quizzes, including popular 'Fun-size' activities.

SYCD: Who Am I?

These resources from the first Science Year CD ROM, Who am I?, have a human biology focus. The wide-ranging materials include: * Major resources - the main themed activities for Who am I? * Everywhere - science through cross-curricular and whole-school activities * Explore - a variety of games and quizzes,...

Major Resources

These wide-ranging materials include interactive animations and print-based resources, all with a human biology theme. The six major resources are: * Passport - a method of recording transition activities for students moving from primary to secondary school * Flesheaters - an X-Files style interactive adventure to...


Resources which reach outside of the classroom, including interviews with individuals in science-based careers and a forum for exchange facts and opinions with students in other countries.


These resources explore science through cross-curricular and whole-school activities.


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