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School Physics

This is the website for both students and teachers of Physics whether studied as a single subject or as part of a combined science course and is useful for those in the UK studying GCSE and A level Physics.

Teachers, Pupils
11-18 year olds
Bloodhound SSC Education Programme

The BLOODHOUND engineering adventure provides inspiration for the next generation of scientists and engineers. The BLOODHOUND Education Programme is available to all pupils in primary and secondary schools. Register for free access to the materials.

9-18 year olds
Science Bob

Science Bob is a science teacher who has produced an exciting website to encourage parents and teachers to practice “Random Acts of Science” by providing instructions and videos for interactive science experiments.

Teachers, Parents
5-11 year olds
Fish Force

A game where you will need to use your knowledge of push forces and friction to rescue a toy stuck on the ice.

6-11 year olds
Kitchen Chemistry Science Experiments

Simple experiments to try at home or in school. All have step-by-step instructions.

Teachers, Parents
5-11 year olds
How Electricity Works

An animated guide to the science of electricity. It covers how it works, how it is measured, how it reaches our homes and green options.

14-18 year olds
Magnets and their invisible force

A short video from BBC Bitesize which explains magnets and the metals they attract.

7-11 year olds
Love My Science

Love My Science is full of fun, easy and safe hands-on science experiments to try at home or school. It has fun facts and science topics that will help you answer a lot of questions asked by your children.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents
7-14 year olds
Shadow Shapes

Match shadows to their shapes.

4-7 year olds
S-Cool! GCSE Physics

A comprehensive and easy to use GCSE Physics revision resource. Packed full of animations, interactions and exam style or multichoice questions and answers.

14-16 year olds
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