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Resources for Teachers

Inspiring passion in your students

We understand the challenges faced by teachers in delivering comprehensive and engaging lessons. That's why we have compiled a treasure trove of resources on our website specifically curated for teachers. These resources are designed to support your teaching objectives, facilitate student learning, and make science come alive.

Minecraft computer

How to create an 8 Bit computer in Minecraft. A series of tutorials on YouTube aimed at Year 12 pupils.

Digital-technology workshops (via Digimakers)

Step-by-step workshop guides to build hardware and software for computer games, using electronic platforms such as Arduino, Raspberry Pi, BBC Micro:bit and more.

Wider reading for personal statements

Causeway Education has developed a list of suggested wider reading to assist with personal statements for a number of disciplines.

I want to study Engineering

A website to help you compete for engineering places at top universities.

Advanced Mathematics Support Programme

Free maths course for Y13 students to transition to HE

UK Electronic Skills Foundation

A range of resources for teachers to help you to teach the Electronics parts of the curriculum in an engaging and inspiring way, and raise awareness and interest in Electronics.

Dyson Engineers

A number of resources for Teachers including challenge cards for classroom activities.

Tomorrow’s Engineers

Take the pledge to inspire more young people into engineering and work together to inspire a diverse engineering workforce. Resources are also available for teachers delivering inspirational activities.


A national educational charity, providing a range of academic support for 16–18 year olds including after-school support. 

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