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Solids, Liquids & Gases

The site has cartoon animations and printable resources about solids, liquids and gases.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents
7-14 year olds
Using Salt to Melt Ice

An experiment which will fascinate children if you are working on freezing and melting in science. Catch an ice cube with a pinch of salt and string.

6-11 year olds
GCSE Bitesize

All GCSE Bitesize revision guides from the BBC are featured on this site.

14-16 year olds
Teaching Advanced Physics

The site aims to help those new to teaching this age group, and assumes only a limited access to equipment, resources, and advice from experienced colleagues.

16-18 year olds
Brightstorm Science

Over 600 short, to-the-point free science videos covering topics in biology, chemistry and physics. A subscription site.

16-18 year olds
Science in School

Science in School is a free journal which aims to promote inspiring science teaching by encouraging communication between teachers, scientists, and everyone else involved in European science education.

11-18 year olds
Edexcel Students and Learners

A great new site where you can find all the information you need to help you prepare for Edexcel exams. There's everything from practice exam papers that you can download to information on how the exams are marked.

Pupils, Parents
14-18 year olds

A useful collection of images of toys from the Victoria and Albert museum if you are working on a topic related to toys or forces.

Teachers, Pupils
3-7 year olds
GCSE Bitesize - Physics

Test your knowledge on the Space Physics, Electricity, Magnetism and Electromagnetism, Energy, Forces, Waves and Atomic Structure in preparation for your GCSE Physics examination.

14-16 year olds
S-Cool! - Physics A Level

Super revision site which covers the main principles on most syllabuses. Check your own syllabus to ensure you have covered everything. You can test yourself and also print out a summary of the key points.

16-18 year olds
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