Linking curriculum to careers

Resources to help you link curriculum learning to chemistry careers

The Royal Society of Chemistry has resources to help you link curriculum learning to chemistry careers.

Use job profiles of real chemists listed on this site and the resources below to illustrate the connection between studying chemistry and going on to an exciting career that will make a difference to the quality of our world. 

You will also find activities that show how experiments and practical work in the classroom are relevant to a wide range of future career paths.

Curriculum maps for GCSE/National 5/GCE

Linking curriculum learning and real life jobs updated Sep 2020

 

 

Curriculum maps for A-level and Scottish Highers

Linking curriculum learning and real life jobs updated Sep 2020

Activities that link classroom experiments with careers

Teacher at whiteboard

Explaining the benefits of a chemistry career

Presentations and resources to help you advise young people about careers in chemistry

Also from the RSC

A hand with a marker pen writing on a transparent board: Career and words related to the Gatsby career benchmarks

How to tackle careers guidance

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Does your school meet the Gatsby career benchmarks?

A picture showing a teacher looking at a blackboard with 'We need to talk about careers' written on it

It's time to talk careers

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Why you need to talk to students about careers

The Tyne Bridge over the river Tyne in Newcastle, Gateshead, at night

Including careers in the curriculum

2018-09-18T08:53:00+01:00By

A simple way to add guidance to lessons

Career ladder

Why should you care about careers?

2018-11-22T13:56:00+00:00By

How careers guidance fits into chemistry teaching