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How do rollercoasters keep moving?
Two short videos put the topics of energy and motion and forces in a real-life context: How does a rollercoaster get to the top of the ride? covers the curriculum topic of work done. Students learn that engineers need to calculate the work done needed to raise the rollercoaster cars to the top of the ride, as this is one of the things they have to know to work out how powerful a motor the ride will need. How do rollercoasters keep moving? looks at the topic of energy changes and transfers. Students learn that engineers need to use a motor to raise rollercoaster cars high enough on t...
Help your pupils see the magic in science
Explore the topic of Light through the story of Peter Pan.
Welcome to the new BP Educational Service website
We’re excited to announce the launch of our new and refreshed BP Educational Service website. Read on to find out about our new features.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Ultimate STEM Challenge!
Young scientists from Walton Priory School wowed the judges during the USC 2018 final.
Making science relevant
The Science Capital Teaching Approach supports teachers in helping students find more meaning and relevance in science subjects.
Meet the scientists
Meet the scientists is a series of live web chats between BP scientists and secondary school students around the UK.
We gave primary school teachers cameras and asked them to document how they use BPES resources to support their science teaching.