NEW! Remote Learning Resources We have put together a series of 6 student projects which can be used either in the classroom or at home. These projects are based on the concept of Big Questions. A Big Question is a way of guiding pupils to make links...

Through the exciting context of the British challenge for the America's Cup  supported by the Lloyds Register Foundation archives, this teaching resource explores composite and nano materials for GCSE and KS3 Design Technology and Engineering as well as supporting the nanoparticles element of the science...

The resources will cover the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) requirements for KS3 & GCSE Science (Chemistry) and DT. The America’s Cup, known as the F1 of sailing features LCA as part of the Protocol (rules) for the Cup. Using the real life and engaging context of the British America’s...

This biology and food topic uses the real-life context of the British America's Cup team INEOS TEAM UK. This topic introduces the topic of nutrition with a short starter film, discussing how energy requirements vary depending on activity levels, for example, the boat crew v's....

This Physics and Design & Technology topic uses covers the relationship between force, area and pressure. Calculating force, area and pressure using the equation; calculating values in a hydraulic pressure system and describing the use of hydraulics on racing boats. Introduce the topic of mechanisms...

This Design & Technology topic covers terminology used to describe the properties of objects or materials, different materials used in the construction of the boats, and why these different materials are used. It also looks at the different materials used in the construction of the...

This Design & Technology (D&T) resource has been produced to give students the opportunity to practice a contextual challenge task ahead of their GCSE NEA in a real-life and exciting context of the British America's Cup team. It has been designed to lead students through...