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Robots and artificial intelligence AI: lessons in the ethics of robots

This resource supports students to research and discuss the field of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI). The resource provides a series of student tasks that explore the topic of whether robots are a threat to humanity. This resource would work well as a research topic for students undertaking projects in...

Yes We Can!

This activity book aims to show young children some of the jobs in engineering, science, technology and construction that anyone can do. It contains various short activities including colouring, matching, spot the difference based around various jobs and a story featuring Ruby the Roofer. The characters in this...

British Science Week: early years activity pack (2021)

This activity pack provides a range of activities that link to Understanding the World. It has been designed for British Science Week 2021 on the theme of “Innovating for the future”. It links in with everyday experiences and includes: wax painting, making Flitter jars, designing ice gardens, making edible...

Crumble Getting Started Guide

The Crumble “Getting Started” guide includes an overview of the Crumble software and a step-by-step guide to writing your first program. It also covers:

  • Sparkle control
  • Motor control
  • Using inputs (digital and analogue)
  • Using variables and maths in your programs

British Science Week: primary activity pack (2021)

Designed for British Science Week 2021 on the theme of “Innovating for the future”, this resource contains a range of different activities suitable for a whole school science week. Designed with Home Learning in mind. There is lots of support for parents supporting activities at home and for teachers running...

Computing ideas - end of term activities

Ten activities for the end of term to use in class with children to have fun whilst developing computing knowledge and skills. All activities are free to use, you will just need to sign in to access them.

Pirate Themed Bee Bot Mat

Aimed at early years and lower primary this resource supports the learning of basic programming. It contains a printable pirate themed programmable robot mat on a grid. Children can program a Bee Bot to visit several sites on the pirate island and reach a treasure chest. It is designed to be printed in several A4...

Starters for STEM

Starters for STEM consists of lots of easy to run activities suitable for children from 4-11. Designed for parents to use at home they help children develop their science, technology, engineering and maths skills. These activities are easy-to-resource and provide children with the stimulus to talk about the world...

Creating Media - Desktop Publishing Overview

This resource provides a unit overview for the Year 3 ‘Creating Media- Desktop Publishing’ unit of work. It gives a clear overview of objectives to be covered within each session and a learning graph to show the range of skills being developed through this computing unit.


Lesson 4 - Can You Add Content?

In the previous session, pupils created a magazine template and now they have the opportunity to add their own content of text and images to it. Pupils will be taught to copy information for the front of their magazine from a pre-written document and paste it onto the front of their magazine covers. Pupils will...

Lesson 3 - Improving a game

In this lesson, pupils will apply the concept of variables to enhance an existing game in Scratch. They will predict the outcome of changing the same change score block in different parts of a program, then they will test their predictions in Scratch. They will also experiment with using different values in...

Lesson 2 - Animation, Names, Parenting

This second lesson covers the basics of keyframe animation, the technique behind how 3D digital animations are made. Learners will be able to explain the differences between keyframing and stop motion animation, and give reasons for why keyframing might be preferable in computer animation. Learners will gain...

Principia Space Diary: robots in space

Robots are really useful in space as they can do lots of different jobs, some of which are too difficult or dangerous for humans. This activity looks at the different uses of robots in space exploration, with children...

IET Faraday STEM Posters

A range of downloadable classroom posters to support learning in science, computing and engineering. They link to curriculum topics including: forces,...

First Lego League Junior

  • Children are introduced to STEM subjects through experimentation, design skills and critical thinking, by using Lego. 
  • First Lego League Junior



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