A fantastic free resource to support maths and science at Key Stages 3 and 4. There are wonderful interactive activities and study notes. Pupils can download the resources for offline use. Interactive whiteboard resources too. Superb!
A growing site for chemistry teachers and technicians. There are tried and tested chemistry experiments, in sufficient detail that they will work in any school laboratory. There are teaching and learning notes. From the RSC and Nuffield Curriculum Centre.
800 free interactive classroom resources aimed at 14+ age group and perfect for use on interactive whiteboards. Well worth investigating.
A good resource library with free flash games, quizzes interactive animations and videos in a growing range of subjects.
Comprehensive coverage of GCSE science topics which have been arranged by exam board specifications. Interactive quizzes to test your knowledge, but don't wait for revision time before you try it out.
Excellent resources for GCSE and A Level science students. There over 200 pages of material, including interactive resources, teachers' notes, student worksheets and references to scientific applications.
Interactive whiteboard activities on chemical reactions. They include how to make observations of reactions and how to decide whether or not a chemical reaction is useful. There are teachers' notes to support the use of the resources.
Do you know the difference between chemical and physical changes? Try this excellent interactive quiz to test your knowledge. Intended for KS3 but could be used as a warm-up exercise for KS4.
Selenia Science Comics has fun and engaging science comics and games. Designed for use both on iwbs and individual workstations, the resources focus on scientific enquiry (SC1) and materials (SC3) and include investigations ideas in the teachers' area.
UPD8 aims to provide up short and easy to use classroom science activities based on up to the minute science in the news and popular culture keeping you and your pupils up to date. Great topical ideas which have proved popular in motivating pupils.