Resource for children, teachers and parents to learn about road safety, includes games.
3M Worldly Wise
Presents interactive features designed to teach secondary school children about sustainability.
All About Animals
Presenting interesting facts about animals, plus an analysis of animal issues for different age groups.
Information on all kinds of animals in the wild and in the home.
Battersea Park Children's Zoo
A London zoo designed for children to enjoy giant rabbits, miniature Shetland ponies, monkey mayhem and a mouse house.
An online resource providing science education aimed at children aged 4 to 11.
Bill Oddie's Feed the Birds
Contains bird activities and puzzles for children; elsewhere on the site is also a field guide to British garden birds and tips for feeding.
The Bug Club
Junior branch of the Amateur Entomologists' Society offers insect and invertebrate care sheets, games, experiment and project ideas and details of events and club membership.
Collection of fascinating images and movie clips designed to help older students get to grips with cell biology.
Cornwall Food and Farming
Presents a child's guide to the farming seasons, plus information on the types of farming Cornwall is known for.
Presents a range of educational resources from the British Geological Survey.
Offering information about space for children, from the British Space Agency.
Features a guide for junior and senior age children on the topic of microbes; includes disease fact files, famous scientists, games, downloads and printable home experiment instructions.
Eden: Kids Section
Offering a variety of nature related resources and quizzes for children.
Social networking site which aims to raise awareness about environmental issues amongst 10-18 year olds; includes blogs, galleries and details of current campaigns.
Comprehensive site was developed for the UK GCSE examinations (ages 14 to 16).
How We Make Stuff
Examines how different products are made and what the options are for greater sustainability.
I Want To Be An Ologist
The Natural History Museum interviews some of its young scientists to give children an insight into work as a mineralogist, aquatic zoologist, palaeontologist, entomologist and botanist.
Explores the life, works and achievements of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, one of Britain's most famous engineers.
Offering video instructions for numerous magic tricks and illusions based on science and engineering.
Kids 4 Clean Air
Series of information sheets for ages 5 to 11, to help learn about our planet's air and mankind's impact upon it plus games and puzzles.
Making the Modern World
Science museum site which explores invention through our history, telling the stories of different eras, people and items. Includes learning modules and activities for secondary aged children.
National Insect Week
Presents information about twelve of Britain's most common insects, together with games, activity ideas, advice on insect surveys and an article on how to build a wildlife garden.
Natural History Museum: Kids Only
Provides extensive articles and features for children on all aspects of the museum's collections, with games and "I want to be an ologist" section, covering career information.
Nature Detectives Advent Calendar
Presents 24 fun winter activities for children, including recipes, nature spotting activities, games and crafts, with downloadable sheets for each.
Features downloadable issues of a quarterly wildlife and nature newsletter with a focus on wildlife in Ireland.
Contains information for primary aged children about the three R's: reduce, reuse, recycle. Includes quizzes and many activity ideas.
The Potato Story
Features games and activities for children themed around potatoes, including life cycle and healthy eating information; from McCain.
Features recycling games, quizzes and activities, plus project ideas and details of how to get your school school involved.
Recycling in Schools
Recycling tips, resources and facts aimed at children and teachers with details of the different recycling materials and the recycling three 3's for kids.
The junior club of the Geologists' Association; provides information about membership, events nationwide and advice on becoming a rock or fossil collector.
Contains games and activities on the theme of power, energy and forces, for two age groups - 4-7 and 7-11 years.
Features links to resources of use for children studying science at all levels.
A BBC schools site providing information and quizzes on a range of subjects including magnets and springs, plant life, lights and shadows. For the ages 5 to 11.
Presenting astronomical news in an appealing way for a young audience.
An educational resource about the Sun and its effects on earth.
Provides online revision for KS2 science and Common Entrance science.
The Royal Society's interactive timeline covers 350 years of scientific discovery and invention, with articles and illustrations.
UK Youth Climate Coalition
A coalition of youth organisations which have joined forces to empower young people to become leaders in taking action on climate change. Includes background materials, details of their projects and activities, and news.
Presents an interactive resource for schools about the quarrying industry.
What Is Weather?
A BBC interactive site explaining the weather, wind direction, wind force and climate differences for the ages 4 to 11.
Junior branch of the Wildlife Trusts; presents a wealth of information, inspiration and activities designed to help children care for and get involved with British wildlife.
Young Archaeologists' Club
Details the membership, activities and events held by this club, which is for anyone up to the age of 17 who is interested in archaeology.
Presents ideas and activities for young naturalists, from the Natural History Museum.
Young People's Trust for the Environment
Charity which encourages young people and children to understand and work on issues concerning the environment. Features extensive fact sheets and wildlife sheets, plus downloadable magazine issues.