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7 tips to weather the cost of living crisis

2023-01-10T10:31:00+00:00By ,

Use these thrifty ideas to reduce the impact of the economic downturn in your classroom

Education in Chemistry - Staffroom articles

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Why is my chemistry curriculum White?


Decolonising the chemistry curriculums at universities and in schools

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The challenges of multi-course chemistry teaching


Teaching more than one course in a single class is commonplace for many teachers in Scotland and multi-course teaching of chemistry can be particularly complex

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Where have all the science specialists gone?


Read about the ongoing science teacher supply challenge and the potential solutions

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Are tablets an essential classroom aid?


Find out the pros and cons of using technology in your classroom

  • The new labs at Launceston College in Cornwall

  • A peek inside Tarporley High School’s teaching spaces

  • Look inside the labs of Truro College in Cornwall

  • Be nosy – peek inside a fellow teacher’s chemistry lab

  • Welcome to the teaching spaces of The Ladies’ College

  • Step into Pocklington School’s science labs

  • Want to see inside other chemistry classrooms?

  • Curious about other chemistry classrooms?

  • Who teaches in a space like this?

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Teacher well-being hub

The place to go for ideas and strategies on supporting your well-being and maintaining good mental health

Early career conversations

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Nail every practical lesson

2022-12-08T07:00:00+00:00By ,

Great advice for new (and experienced) teachers to ensure classroom experiments go well every time

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Everything you need to make friends at school

2022-10-13T06:51:00+01:00By ,

Advice and insight into building relationships with all school staff, not just teachers, and pupils in your first years of teaching

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AI bots can do your students’ homework


AI is readily available and willing to write about chemistry for your learners. The question is whether it’s a bad idea

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Combatting plastic pollution in class


Bring the fight against plastic pollution to your classroom with these hands-on resources from Common Seas 

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Quick science-themed crossword

Need a challenge? This is just what you want