The West in Minecraft

If you could completely re-design your city, your street, your home, what would you do differently? The West in Minecraft educational resources take a digital, play-based approach to support children to develop their own ideas and problem-solving skills, and engage with engineering as a creative and diverse subject that can impact the world around us.… Continue reading The West in Minecraft

Sustainable Materials – free school resources and competition for Bristol schools

It’s vital to keep students engaged in STEM subjects throughout school and beyond. To support and encourage the next generation of engineers, the National Composites Centre (NCC) in Bristol have developed a STEM pack which can be used to introduce students to sustainability and composites. The primary school STEM pack explores the topic of renewable energy and… Continue reading Sustainable Materials – free school resources and competition for Bristol schools

Whistlestop Science Weeks: Ready-to-go mini science events to liven up lockdown

The Primary Science Teaching Trust have released a brand new resource to help liven up the lockdown! Whistlestop Science Weeks are ready-made themed daily suggestions for short science activities, questions and challenges that children can do at home or in school. They are designed to be completely adaptable and work as great science conversation starters… Continue reading Whistlestop Science Weeks: Ready-to-go mini science events to liven up lockdown

How to explore a local aviation theme with your class?

The doors to Concorde’s hangar and Aerospace Bristol‘s other amazing exhibitions and learning spaces may be closed currently, but they don’t want the aviation fun to stay grounded. So they’ve been busy creating and curating loads of home learning resources… At Home with Aerospace Bristol is packed full of activties, accessible archives, intriguing videos and… Continue reading How to explore a local aviation theme with your class?