Interactive materials covering many science topics in the secondary school curriculum.
The DNALC family of websites includes 2- and 3-D animations, scientist interviews (including 12 Nobel laureates!), historical images, and teaching aids.
An interactive film from New Scientist about how the brain works
Official site of the Nobel prize providing educational resources
Interactive science e-sources.
Resources (worksheets, activities etc.) on plants/plant science and includes careers in science.
Built to make independent learners
Maths Chase is a completely free site where you can quickly test your times tables.
Enriching the mathematical experiences of all learners.
BrainPOP explains the world through animated movies, educational games, interactive quizzes, informational texts, online activities, and more.
A US website with videos, animations, and simulations on general education subjects
An education source, including homework tips
A fun, innovative, learning environment built around videos from the NBC News Archives