Lincolnshire Teaching School Alliance

Resources for Teachers, Parents and Carers

Free Resources for home learning and continuing in-school delivery

To support you through the school closures, STEM Learning have set up which provides free resources for home learning and continuing in-school delivery. This is arranged by age range and will be updated weekly with new activities and engaging content for parents, young people and teachers.

Resource Packages include:

   ASE Coronavirus Hub: Primary Remote Learning Resources

ASE have put together a collection of remote learning lesson plans, these curriculum-led resources have been specifically designed to help deliver a structured series of topic-based primary science lessons in a home environment.

    Royal Society of Chemistry - Learning at Home Resources

These resources are grouped by age range and are updated every Wednesday.

Royal Academy of Engineering

Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) have a range of resources which can be accessed here CLICK LINK

Maximise engagement through activities which tap into ‘real world’ current topics e.g. drones, mission to mars, engineering design in the world of sport, bionic limbs etc.



Institute of Physics Sparks - Marvin and Milo

Enrichment activities for ages 5-11 and 11-14  CLICK HERE

Includes a great set of short physics based ‘try at home’ activities on colourful cards featuring cartoon animals





British Science Week resources on "Our Diverse Planet"  can be found here CLICK HERE 





There are resources available including lesson plans, unit guides and teacher guides to help you teach computing.

The British Red Cross

The British Red Cross have set up a number of teaching resources to help students to think scientifically about Coronvirus and to understand the role of information and misinformation CLICK HERE


The Spacecraft Materials Kit for primary schools is a useful resource that can be used by pupils to investigate a range of materials using a spacecraft theme. Using a set of 9 different materials, pupils will investigate which properties are best suited for parts of a spacecraft such as the Orion space vehicle.

If you would like to find out more about the kits or have one on loan for your lessons then get in touch