GetRevising.co.uk – Great for organising your workload and designing creative resources to keep you on track
RevisionWorld.com – Amazing site that outlines the key information for each GCSE and A-level unit for easy revision
S-Cool – I used to use this when I was in school… Same as before, good breakdowns for GCSE and A-level units
BBC Bitesize – A classic revision tool for secondary school subjects that goes over the basics and has fun quizzes and games to keep things interesting!
The Student Room – A place to share your thoughts with other students about homework, university or just general student life!
eRiding – A huge database of random resources for both teachers and students across a range of subjects (can be a bit awkward to navigate through).
Edudemic – Helpful articles on how to get through school both as a teacher and a student! Also focuses on educational links with technology.
Prospects – Brilliant website full of info and more resources about every career under the sun and all the details you could possibly want about how to get there too.
iCloud – A set of first hand experiences within different careers to get some reviews and ideas on whether it would be for you.
The National Careers Service – Lots of help on how to get started on finding and securing the career that is right for you including university choices.
Flash Bang Science – Quirky company that offer fun experimental methods and quizzes to test secondary science knowledge.
Super awesome experiments to try:
Plastimake – Crazy material that you can mould with your hands into anything and be super strong, but can also return to original material to reform!
Butter experiment – It may sound boring but making butter in a jar may be more fun than you think! Wonder how long it would take to make cheese…
Points of interest:
Good Magazine – Infographics – A subsection of a magazine that deals with statistical representations as infographics. Has some interesting science articles too.
Duncan Shotton – Super cute sticky notes that act as bookmarks that may be useful when reading masses of text books!
TED article – how to give more persuasive presentations – Great article with hints and tips on how to present yourself more effectively.
Guardian science blog – The Guardian do a great series all about science bloggers writing one-off pieces for the master blog of them all! *life goals*
Bad Science – Ben Goldacre is a man of many talents. From being a GP, academic, blogger and most importantly an advocator for abolishing misleading statistical info he writes great pieces relating to stats and medicine and even has a book (which is also fantastic and hilarious)!
Design Thinking – Provides some stunning resources and posters for school life
Teachers specific resources:
Doddle Learn – Cool resources for teachers although can be costly.
Educake – Paperless, online assessment tools to completely revolutionise teaching!
Science Fix – Blog with tonnes of videos on easy science experiments to repeat in class.
Teacher Planner Co – Incredibly beautiful and practical planners just for teachers! You can personalise them too!