Lesson Resources

Inspiration for engaging STEM Lessons.
Downloadable workshop activities to bring a sense of play and fun to teaching computing in the classroom.
How has your town, city or country changed over the last 35 years? A great tool to use in the classroom to demonstrate the impact of urbanisation.
The Computerphile channel explains the intricacies of big data and how big data is defined.
This introduction to how computers work helps with demystifying computation. Explore the fundamentals of computing: computer architecture, binary logic, data processing, circuits & more. Supported by Google.
Katie Bouman (the scientist who took the first ever picture of a black hole) explains the physics behind this momentous achievement.
This series of engaging science videos show how everything from atoms to the human body works!
Science Friday partners with educators and scientists to create free STEM activities, lessons, and resources for all learners. The site offers free articles and podcasts on subjects which will likely be of interest to older learners. Resources are sorted by subject and topic and the site offers resources on everything from space to the human brain.
The Fujitsu CoDE (Certificate of Digital Excellence) is a 6 module CPD course designed to provide the support required for teachers needing to utilise digital technology within their schools.
The Microsoft Education Community is free resource for educators that provides hundreds of hours of high quality CPD that covers a wide range of subjects. Courses range from an estimated 1 hour to 3 hours in time. Some courses focus on how to use tools like OneNote, Sway, and Office Mix, while others are more pedagogy based and designed to teach you how to integrate technology into your instruction. They each end in an assessment. To earn points for a course, you must successfully pass the assessment at the end.
A Google a Day provides daily trivia, and can be a fun way to teach your students important online research skills.