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The Guardian Professional Networks are a collection of community sites that bring professionals together to share ideas, celebrate success and explore the challenges they face in their working lives. Sign up and join the debate.
The teachers network provides access to in depth articles, careers advice, teacher network hubs and resources. To access resources registration with the Guardian website is required which is free of charge.

BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, is committed to making IT good for society. We use the power of our network to bring about positive, tangible change. We champion the global IT profession and the interests of individuals, engaged in that profession, for the benefit of all.
Within the Education Hub BCS post features and blogs to help schools with their approach to teaching digital literacy and empowering their students to be more savvy online. There is also a section on e-safety and digital literacy ideas and tips for practitioners

New Scientist is a weekly science and technology magazine, featuring a selection of the latest news stories from the worlds of science and technology, alongside in-depth features exploring the latest ideas that affect the world and how we understand it. New Scientist online features news, in-depth articles, blogs, opinions and videos.

New Scientist is a weekly science and technology magazine, featuring a selection of the latest news stories from the worlds of science and technology, alongside in-depth features exploring the latest ideas that affect the world and how we understand it. New Scientist online features news, in-depth articles, blogs, opinions and videos.

OPITO supports the oil and gas industry around the world. OPITO aims to inspire learners with a range of curriculum activities. Activities can be filtered by key stage. Topics covered include;

  • Pipelines, a geometry, trigonometry, ‘trial & improvement’ investigation.
  • Energy Drilling Prospects, a three part activity in which pupils will use and develop their mathematic skills in exploring some of the real life mathematical applications of energy drilling prospects.

Maths website provides learners with free access to over 2000 maths videos. The videos have been developed to support KS3-Post 16 learners, enabling them to hear maths concepts as many times as they wish to develop their understanding.

BBSRC is one of seven Research Councils that work together as Research Councils (RCUK). The aim of BBSRC is to lead world-class 21st century bioscience, promoting innovation in the bioeconomy and realising benefits for society within and beyond the UK.
They have developed a range of resources for use by practitioners and learners. Resources are categorised by key stage. Topics include;

  • Build your own cell
  • Practical biofuel activities
  • Science through seeds

Naace is the National Association for all those interested in technology in education. As a professional association, Naace represents the voice of the UK education technology community in the schools sector at a national and international level, as well as supporting across the sector through conferences, courses and the dissemination of resources, research and reflection.

The Mathematical Association aims to play an important part in forming opinions about maths and maths education. MA runs regular professional development events, provides access to resources and publications.

Education Scotland has developed the NQ Higher Sciences website to support the delivery of the revised Higher courses for Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Human Biology.
Resources include:

  • Teacher notes and learner activities.
  • PowerPoint slides.
  • Film clips and animations.
  • Links to selected resources on other websites.
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