Secondary resources

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  • Tricky tracks: observation and inference in science | 11–14 years

  • Evaluating experiments worksheet | 14–16 years

  • How to teach electron configurations

  • Practical skills tracking | 16–18 years

  • Practical planning: spot the mistakes | 14–16 years

  • Using multiple models in science | 14–16 years

  • Toxic socks: nanotechnology, ethics and society | 11–14 years

  • Student risk assessment: preparing a salt | 14–16 years

Key collections

The hand of a teacher in a lab coat gestures towards a Liebig condenser used for distillation

Practical videos | 16–18 students

Videos of key practical techniques and apparatus for revision, flipped learning or remote teaching.

Key skills

Pipette and test tubes


Resources and inspiration for experiments and demonstrations

Example pages from the worksheets in this series of resources

Maths skills for chemistry


Resources to help your students apply their maths knowledge in their chemistry lessons. 

A student sitting at a desk, reading from a book while making notes

Literacy in science teaching

Browse resources and ideas to support and encourage students' reading, writing and understanding of technical language in chemistry.

Core content

Periodic table rotated

Periodic table

Explore the elements with your students using these innovative and interactive resources

Bohr model of a beryllium atom

PhET interactive simulations

Explore chemical concepts using these interactive simulations: covering acid-base solutions, Beer's Law, atomic structure, concentration and the pH scale

Group work

Assessment for learning

Lesson plans and resources to actively involve students in their learning of a variety of chemical concepts

Take part in our 2022 global experiment

Take charge: a global battery experiment gives learners the opportunity to build and test their own coin batteries, as well as exploring how they can help build a more sustainable future.

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