The BP Educational Service offers a large number of free STEM resources for primary schools.
“BP has recognised the challenges and opportunities in connecting education and business since we first creating our ‘Working Party’ on education in 1968.
Fifty years later, young people still need that same support and guidance from organisations like BP that are willing to recognise the part they can play in inspiring and shaping the future workforce.
That’s why BP is one of the UK’s leading supporters of STEM education (science, technology, engineering and maths). BP has developed an extensive and varied programme of investment that has a real impact on the attitudes of young people by raising their aspirations, inspiring them and connecting the dots between school and future careers.” (BP Educational Services)
The science section has resources for: forces, living things, habitats, plants, materials, animals, earth and space, electricity, evolution & inheritance, light, and working scientifically – all of these are designed to meet all of the national curriculum for science.
These resources are offered in a range of formats including: animations, case studies, information booklets, interactive activities, lesson ideas, posters, presentations, teacher notes, video, worksheets and parents’ information.
Geography includes both human and physical geography and D&T covers designing, making and evaluating.
Registration is free and allows full access to the BP Educational Service valuable resources.