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STEM - Home Educating / Schooling Resources

A non-exhaustive list that might help those affected by school closures.*

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 STEM Resources

  • Numerous and varied resources supporting STEM learning, revision and curiosity!
  • Including: Khan Academy, MAthsDIY, Code Academy and more
  • For:4-11, KS3/4/5, Primary, Secondary, Post 16, Adult, Students, Teachers
  • STEM Learning
    • STEM subject activities to do at home that are available for all ages. 
  • BT
    • Computing curriculum and highlight the skills children need to become digital citizens. Ideal for 4- 11 year olds.
  • HM Government
    • Engineering Activity Zone - Has lots of activities to get children thinking and building like engineers.
  • BPES
    • Free Home Learning resources for primary and secondary pupils.
  • Royal Academy of Engineering
    • STEM Curriculum for KS2/3/4 that has been put together by teachers and engineers to help inspire students about a career in engineering.
  • Army
    • Engaging lessons that include assemblies, stand-alone lessons and complete schemes of work.
  • Tynker
    • A platform for children to learn code at home for FREE.
  • StudyMaths
    • Range of resource to support GCSE maths revision at home.
  • Science lessons (YouTube) 
    • Range of self-study videos on all science topics.
  • MathsDIY
    • Online past papers, resources and tips with the WJEC specifications.
  • The Maths Teacher
    • Virtual classroom full of lessons, videos, exam questions available to download.
  • Teach it Maths
    • Maths worksheets that are curriculum based for KS3/4/5
  • Corbettmaths
    • Free video tutorials, practice questions, puzzles and activities for all.
  • Numeracy Ninjas
    • Resources to help run sessions for KS3 mental calculation strategies.
  • W3schools
    • Resources for teaching HTML, CSS, Python & Javascript, SQL etc.
  • Code Academy
    • Online resources for learning HTML
  • App Inventor
    • Resources to build apps
  • CS4FN
    • Digital magazine for pupils.
  • Microbit
    • Online resources to guide pupils using microbit.
  • Make Code Arcade
    • Able to design your own online retro games.
  • Minecraft
    • Education edition to try a free coding lesson.
  • CSNewbs
    • Computer science education resources.
  • Strive Academy
    • STEAM activities that students can complete at home. They also do live sessions on Facebook at 10:00 am, Mon-Fri
  • Explore Engineering
    • Engineering activities
  • Open Learn
    • Free online courses for ages 16-18.
  • Practical Actions
    • STEM challenges, that are perfect for ages 7- 14. Encourage children to come up with their own solution to a global problem.
  • Guide Dogs
    • STEM projects, home challenges for children to complete.
  • Twig
    • Free resource with hundreds of lesson plans, visuals and other classroom resources.
  • Crest Awards
    • Science awards you can complete from home.
  • Khan Academy
    • Especially good for maths and computing for all ages but other subjects at Secondary level. Note this uses the U.S. grade system but it's mostly common material.
  • Blockly
    • Learn computer programming skills - fun and free.
  • Scratch
    • Creative computer programming
  • Mystery Science
    • Free science lessons
  • Tinkercad
    • A free, easy-to-use app for 3D design, electronics, and coding.
  • Hegarty Maths
    • Interactive activities that have videos and questions.
  • Mathigon
    • Maths resources that allows teachers and parents to track progress and set activities.
  • NRICH
    • A range of activities and resources available for home working.
  • Insitue of Physics (IOP)
    • Resources are updated weekly from teachers.
  • Isaac Physics
    • Problem solving activities. GCSE and A-Level resources.
  • Math Game Time
    • Offers fun educational games focused on maths.
  • Tech We Can
    • Free lesson plans designed to teach at home.
  • Code Combat
    • A game based website designed to help learn to programme. 
  • The Skills Toolkit (.gov)
    • Free, high quality digital and numeracy courses - learn from home.
  • Amazon: Future Engineer
    • Childhood-to-career programme aimed at inspiring and educating students to try computer science and coding. (Especially aimed at students from lower-income backgrounds) 
  • Learning at Home - Water
    • 12 STEM lessons for home working by Anglian Water.  The aim of the sessions is to help pupils think about water; how it is vital to life; what we need it for; where it comes from and how we can all use water wisely.

*None of the resources on this page are owned, hosted, produced by or monitored by icanbea.  All resources mentioned are provided in good faith as general recommendations for online learning.  Please exercise the normal caution when accessing online materials (on the Internet and) external to the icanbea platform.

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