Excellent interactive Flash science activities for primary-aged children matched to curriculum requirements throughout the UK. Display well interactive whiteboards.Planet Under Pressure
BBC News Online explores our planet's most pressing environmental issues. The site takes a look at six areas where a crisis could be brewing: food, water, energy, climate change, biodiversity and pollution.Learn Chemistry
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.BP Educational Service Primary Resources
A wealth of top quality teaching and learning resources from BP including animations, videos, presentations, information booklets, interactive activities and more. Related to science, geography and Design Technology.All about Autumn
Find out about autumn in simple, illustrated text for children by Topmarks. It looks at the things that happen and are seen in Autumn in the UK.ExpeRimental - Simple Science Experiments
A series of short films making it fun and easy for parents to do science experiments with common objects with their children. It also gives an explanation of the science behind each activity.Reach Out
Teach primary science with confidence. Free access to online continuing professional development for all UK primary school teachers in the UK. Fun science activities also for parents to do at home.What is a Vertebrate?
A short, animated video which explains the difference between a vertebrate and an invertebrate and a sorting game where you need to sort a few animals into the two categories.All About Spring
Our feature on Spring looks at why we get Spring and what happens in Spring. It focuses on the United Kingdom but is applicable to other countries in the Northern Hemisphere. IWB friendly.UK Space Education Office
Quality resources to improve the teaching of STEM subjects in schools and colleges and inspire young people through enrichment activities using space as a context for teaching. From ESERO UK, the UK space education office.