Bradford Science Festival: Free Schools STEM Resources

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We're excited to let you know that The National Science and Media Museum have moved the resources, activities and content from this year's Bradford Science Festival online for the first time. You can use these resources in class, as homework or for fun, all for free until January.

 Have a go at making your own mini water filtration system and see what works best with Yorkshire Water here, plus lots more information about climate change and the water cycle in our Environment Zone

 

Find out about some amazing scientists from Bradford and beyond! Bradford Libraries provides some facts about historical Bradford scientists with book suggestions to do your own scientific research.  

Then, have a go at making your own Loominaries- people who inspire or influence others, made using a cardboard toilet roll tube.  

 

How much science is in an egg? Peak Tuition Academy show you how to do some eggcellent Eggsperiments

 

Explore the festival website here

 

We've also taken our world-class STEM CPD training sessions online - and they're free! You can now meet our friendly, expert training team from the comfort of your classroom or home. Develop your skills and transform the way your students engage with STEM. Book onto a session or find out more here


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Published: 27/11/2020
Audience: Primary teachers, Secondary Science, Technology and Maths teachers, STEM Co-ordinators and Heads of
Contact: John Darnbrough

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