For collections of more general online resources that are suitable for secondary students of all ages, check out these links:
- STEM Learning: a collection of resources and teaching materials approved by the National STEM Learning Centre, including resources for home learning, family activities to do at home, and activities to support continuing in-school delivery.
- Encounter Edu: live and archived videos of scientific expeditions with supporting materials for teaching and learning.
- Oxford Sparks: an amazing website that allows secondary students to explore the research being conducted at the University of Oxford through animated videos (accompanied by resources for teachers), podcasts, and ‘Meet the Scientist’ blogs covering a whole range of topics, such as sports science, neuroscience, computer science and more!
- Tracker is a freely downloadable software package allowing you to track motion in video clips, plot graphs and calculate many, motion related parameters. Here is an introductory video tutorial by Abingdon Science Partnership Co-ordinator and Physics Teacher, Jeremy Thomas: Tracker Software Tutorial
For more specific resources, check out the sections below for Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, and A Level students.