This lesson investigates the topic of speed and relative motion with the context of Ultimate frisbee. Students will learn how to calculate speed and apply this to the context of a flying disc. Relative motion is explained using examples that regularly occur in a game of Ultimate. The real-life example...

In order to achieve the sub-two-hour marathon, in a challenge which many thought impossible, there could be no stone left unturned in the meticulous planning and preparation by the INEOS 1:59 Challenge team. One of the major decisions that needed to be made was about...

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...

This Maths and Science topic uses the real-life context of the British America's Cup team INEOS TEAM UK. This topic covers interpreting distance-time graphs, drawing distance-time graphs from given data and defining speed as the distance covered in a certain time. Introduce the topic of...

INEOS TEAM UK's base has a fantastic solar array on the roof. To ensure they understand how well it works under different conditions, students help them analyse the data they have collected about the amount of electricity produced. The differentiated worksheets reinforce learning objectives for...

The lesson is aimed at the knowledge and skills requirements for KS3 and KS4 Mathematics. This maths topic uses the real-life context of the British America's Cup team INEOS TEAM UK. Students will explore the modelling and data analysis behind INEOS TEAM UK's team's solar panel...

This Maths topic uses the real-life context of the British America's Cup team INEOS TEAM UK, to show the crucial role of data collection and analysis in developing the performance of both the boat and crew. Students will use data generated by the team to...