This resource explores the concept of electrical device power within the context of clean renewable tidal energy available in the waters surrounding the UK. Students will investigate how much power can be generated from the clean energy resource, tidal turbines. This lesson also explore how...

This Physics resource uses the exciting context of Henri-Lloyd clothing to explore the topic of insulation. Students will investigate how Henri-Lloyd designed clothing for the INEOS TEAM UK America’s Cup team to keep them performing at their optimum. An energy transfer and insulation practical, expands...

Imagine you are one of the sailors competing in the Cowes Week regatta and decide what clothing to wear based on the weather conditions and your knowledge of the body’s response to changes in temperature. Teacher poster packsDownload this resource today to claim 1 of 500...

Ultimate Frisbee Challenge Day The Ultimate resources STEM Crew have produced are a great way to create a day that combines sport and STEM into an engaging and fun set of sessions. We’ve created a 4 session programme to help you best utilise these resources and...

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...

This lesson covers energy resources, and where they come from. Using the exciting context of the America’s Cup boat, and the changes that have occurred over the years using historic information from the Lloyd’s Register Foundation. Students are encouraged to think about where energy comes...

This lesson covers renewable energy resources, using the exciting context of the America’s Cup boat, and the changes that have occurred over the years using historic information from the Lloyd’s Register Foundation. Students are encouraged to think about the various types of energy resources, how...

The INEOS 1:59 Challenge didn’t just write a new chapter in the history of sport, the work of the performance team also created a completely new way to run marathons, with their extraordinary innovation in formation of the pace-making team. On 12th October 2019 Eliud Kipchoge,...

In this lesson we explore the effect of balanced and unbalanced forces on movement. We ask the big question of how does the INEOS TEAM UK race boat manage to accelerate up to speeds of 60 mph powered only by the wind? Students carry out a...

In this lesson we explore balanced forces and how buoyancy force is affected by the salinity of water and its relevance to INEOS TEAM UK’s race boat. Students carry out a practical investigation into how forces affect an object in water, and one factor that can...