Science Week 2022 (Secondary)

Whether you want to teach about the growing issues of climate change and waste, or the growing importance of maintaining biodiversity, we have the resources you need to engage your 11-19-year-olds in this year’s science week theme of 'Growth'.

Resources

Biodiversity Challenge (Secondary)

Help students find out about biodiversity before challenging them to come up with amazing ideas for a biodiverse, local, home for nature.

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Biology knowledge organiser: Ecology

Key facts and essential knowledge to help students with exam revision and catch-up, at the start of a topic or as a learning reference.

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Chemistry knowledge organiser: Earth’s atmosphere

Key facts and essential knowledge to help students with exam revision and catch-up, at the start of a topic or as a learning reference.

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My net zero community resources (secondary)

Ready-to-go resources including a challenge video, case studies presentation, activity sheets and entry form. For students aged 12-14.

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Sir David Attenborough

Inspire pupils with Sir David Attenborough’s life story, build understanding of animal life cycles and plan a wildlife documentary.

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Climate.Speaks Resources

Empower your secondary students to be a part of the climate change debate and explore how everyone can create a sustainable future.

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Chemistry knowledge organiser: Climate and net zero

Key facts and essential knowledge to help students with exam revision and catch-up, at the start of a topic or as a learning reference.

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Climate change

Use these resources to find out more about climate change concepts (deforestation, economic impact and the greenhouse effect).

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Managing waste

Discover how we categorise waste and the environmental impact it is having. Flexible, interactive resources for ages 11-14.

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Physics knowledge organiser: Renewable energy sources

Key facts and essential knowledge to help students with exam revision and catch-up, at the start of a topic or as a learning reference.

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