Science

Free science teacher resources for addressing environmental and societal issues in the classroom across all ages, key stages and grades.

Our Ocean Planet

Science / Geography | Ages 7-11

Our Ocean Planet Science Geography ages 7-11 unit is a KS2 teacher resource. Students discover marine topics across both the UK and globally, developing ocean literacy.

Ocean Plastics

Science | Ages 11-14

Ocean Plastics Science ages 11-14 unit is a KS3 teacher resource combining both biology and chemistry. Students discover the journey plastic takes from manufacture, use, and disposal into the ocean. Included are teacher resources that allow students to emulate real research conducted by The University of Plymouth.

Submarine STEM

Science | Ages 7-11

This unique scheme of work for Key Stage 2 combines science and design technology to discover the wonders of deep-sea exploration through a series of stimulating and immersive lessons.

Submarine STEM

Science | Ages 11-14

Submarine STEM challenges students to consider aspects of submarine design. Each lesson contains a practical investigation examining the scientific principles involved in exploring the deep ocean.

Google Expeditions

Science | Ages 7-11

These lessons use Google Expeditions to develop knowledge of friction, gravity and life on the International Space Station. Google Expeditions are immersive 360 degree photo stories designed for use in the classroom. More information can be found here.

Google Expeditions

Science | Ages 11-14, 14-16

These lessons use Google Expeditions to develop knowledge of the Respiratory System, The Auditory System and The Heart. These lessons can be taught as a unit or in conjunction with other lessons. Google Expeditions are immersive 360 degree photo stories designed for use in the classroom. More information can be found here.

Frozen Oceans

Science | Ages 11-14

The Frozen Oceans Science resources introduce working scientifically concepts and skills to 11-14-year-olds through enquiry-based lessons which replicate work done by field scientists in the Arctic.

Frozen Oceans

Science | Ages 14-16

This Frozen Oceans unit outlines the research carried out by the Catlin Arctic Surveys and can be used in teaching the carbon cycle, ocean acidification and its impact on the Arctic ecosystem.

Coral Oceans

Science | Ages 7-11

These resources for ages 7-11 are based on the journeys undertaken by science teams taking part in the XL Catlin Seaview Survey expeditions. These resources present a complete scheme of work for the science classroom, covering core science and sustainability curriculum areas as well as enhancing students' creative and communications skills.

Coral Oceans

Science | Ages 11-14

These resources for ages 11-14 are based on the journeys undertaken by science teams taking part in the XL Catlin Seaview Survey expeditions. Starting with the Great Barrier Reef in 2012, these expeditions seek to create a baseline survey of the world's reefs as well as more in-depth research on the deep reef lying between 30m and 100m.

Coral Oceans

Science | Ages 14-16

This Coral Oceans GCSE Science unit of work challenges students to think about the impact they have on coral reefs as they study their importance, the consequences of threats and how to protect them. The cumulative approach to this unit means students will develop skills throughout to complete a decision-making exercise in the last lesson.

Plankton, Plastics and Poo

Science | Ages 14-16

Plankton, Plastics and Poo Science ages 14-16 is a KS4 teacher resources. Students are introduced to the pioneering research on the impact of microplastics on the marine ecosystem. This resource brings cutting edge science to the classroom.

Coral Oceans at home

Science | Ages 11-14

This unit, designed to be used at home, focuses on the coral reefs for students aged 11-14. It covers elements of the key stage 3 science programme of study, through the adventures of coral science expeditions.

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