Free teacher classroom resources suitable for use in science lessons with primary school children at Key Stage 2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and at 1st and 2nd Level in Scotland.
Super Movers Science Collection
Get up and moving with active learning direct from the TARDIS. Covering the Solar System and Light.
A cross-curricular series using the theme of explorers to introduce subjects such as science, creative writing, art and design, maths and geography.
Absolute Genius with Dick & Dom
From Archimedes to Faraday, Dick and Dom explore the work of the most important inventors and scientists in history in this series of short films.
Scientists and Scientific Method
This series of short films provides an insight into some of the world's most famous scientists, and some of the biggest discoveries ever made in science.
Ultimate Brain - Mad Lab
Science monkey superhero Dr Brain challenges children to some science-based tasks and conundrums designed to discover the 'ultimate brain'.
A collection of short films in which students meet an animated cat who sends them off on incredible journeys exploring materials, science and discovery.
House of Sound
In this series of short films Fran Scott and Greg Foot explore the science of sound, music and musical instruments.
In this entertaining BBC series, primary pupils explore a range of amazing practical science challenges with presenter Steve Mould.
Biology with Dr. Chris van Tulleken
Doctor Chris van Tulleken introduces some handpicked biology clips from the BBC archive for use in the classroom.
What does your poo say about you?
How does what you eat affect your poo? Dr Chris and Dr Xand find out what goes on inside your tummy...
Terrific Scientific Feet - Live Lesson
Aimed at 9-11-year-olds, this lesson explores adaptation, evolution and inheritance of living things.
Terrific Scientific Exercise - Live Lesson
CBBC stars Dr. Chris and Dr. Xand look at how exercise impacts our body. This lesson is designed for 9-11-year-olds.