This year's Longitude Explorer Prize is open to secondary schools across the UK, to enter teams of 11-16 year olds with ideas for tech that will help improve the world around them. Download the free resources and apply before 17:00 on 29th November!
Can your pupils create a new piece of wearable tech that will improve lives? Using the free resources and the nationwide competition, you’ll teach your pupils how science can make the world a better place, and inspire them to design the wearable technology of the future.
Superbugs is back - giving you everything you need to help your students spread the word about AMR. There's also a BRAND-NEW vaccines lesson, to help educate your class about the importance of vaccinations, as well as a new competition!
Teach your pupils about fashion design and inspire them about careers in the industry with this fantastic D&T lesson and competition. The winning entry will be made and sold, with profits going to the winning school, plus many other prizes!
Climate Change. How can you make a difference? Ben Fogle is inviting all young people aged 7-11 to travel emission free for 7 days! Can they travel by scooter, bike, electric car or on foot to gain points for the national competition?
The Into Film Festival is the world's largest free film and education event for young people. It helps educators bring learning to life by inspiring young people to watch and understand film in new and creative ways.
Develop your pupils creative problem-solving with the Young Imagineers resource. Using the ready to go creative lesson, challenge your pupils (aged 7-14) to create their own life-changing invention for the national competition!
Always & Tampax fantastic ‘About You’ puberty education initiative is back for another year! Register NOW to be first on the list to receive the free sample packs in the Autumn term.
An exciting sun awareness programme for 3-11 year-olds, with new and updated resources for 2019. Help pupils learn how to be sun safe this summer. The first 2,000 schools to register will receive free printed sun awareness pupil passports.
Encourage your young explorers to love their veg and follow in the footsteps of Clarence Birdseye. Explore his uses of observational science, innovation and engineering to win great prizes!
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