Sustainable Threads is a series of engaging and fun lesson plans designed for KS2 and 3, available for free on the Global Goals Centre Resource Hub. About this resource Eight lesson plans and related activities that support the online game Threads that can be played to introduce the subject of fast fashion. These resources provide a fresh approach… Continue reading How does our clothing impact people and planet?
We Make Our Future is a new interactive, educational & entertaining science show for the next generation of engineers! Full-dome digital projections allow us to visit engineering marvels from history and explore the pros and cons of modern life. Industry, technology and invention have progressed civilisation, but at what cost? Get to know how the… Continue reading We Make Our Future
In place of the traditional regional conference usually held by the Association for Science Education, this year the team delivered an online Teachmeet, focused on supporting Primary educators to deliver STEM learning during this difficult time. Lots of exciting resources were shared and we’ve listed some of our favourites below: The Royal Society of Chemistry… Continue reading Lots of great resources from the ASE Primary Teachmeet
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?
‘Bristol Loves Tides is a programme for schools, families and communities that explores water flows, tides and systems; over, under and around Bristol. It aims for deeper awareness of the interconnectedness of ecology, biodiversity, energy, and the role of wilder green spaces in and around the city.’ Each of the resources use adventure movies (see… Continue reading Want something with a local element for your class to explore from home?
With a little help from the Science Communication community, Curiosity Connections has compiled a searchable list of science stereotype-challenging children’s books. Click on the link below to open the spreadsheet, and decide whether it’s a female protagonist or a historical figure, doing wonderous engineering or fascinating microbiology, you need to inspire your class. Why read… Continue reading Search our Stereotype Challenging Booklist
The Virtual Natural History Museum is a website integrating all the available fossil collections into one interactive ‘master museum’ – it’s set to be the largest natural history collection in the world. The V-NHM is still under development and the team creating the online museum want to get feedback from educators. So please take a… Continue reading Explore a Virtual Natural History Museum