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3 mins Swimmers Take to Freezing Water
Part of the series Learning From the News The Cold Water Championships at Tooting Bec Lido, London

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Demonstrating Chemistry
Fireworks, exploding cola bottles, dry ice and exploding eggs - bring spectacular experiments into your classroom with these resources and ideas for secondary lessons
(15 programmes)

Secondary chemistry videos

3 mins How Science Works - Journey to Etna: Lava Flow and Gas Emissions
Aimed at GCSE science classes, this short video looks at volcanic emissions and lava flow.
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3 mins How Science Works - Music's Energy Footprint: Energy Footprint of T-shirts
A look at how one business man cut down the carbon emissions created by his company, in this short video for GCSE science students.
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15 mins KS3 Cross Curricular - Bath Bombs and Rockets
Science AST Alison Tiltman is keen to work closely with other departments and encourage cross curricular learning.
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15 mins KS3/4 Science - Banging Chemistry: Fireworks
Explosive experts, Dr Jacqueline Akhavan, senior lecturer at Cranfield University, and Dr Alex Contini, research officer, explain the explosive chemical and physical reactions behind fireworks.
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15 mins KS3/4 Science - Banging Chemistry: Fast and Furious
Trainee teacher Emma Bradley is shown a series of nine quick-fire exo and endothermic reactions, to help inspire her science students.
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15 mins KS3/4 Science - Demonstrating Biology: 8 Demonstrations
Dr Mark Loughlin, a molecular biologist, looks at some demonstrations which relate to the human body and can provide the wow factor for pupils without the need for expensive equipment.
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15 mins KS3/4 Science - Periodic Table: Ferocious Elements
There are more than 100 elements in our universe, 81 of which are metals. In this programme, we use the periodic table to explore some of these elements and discover why some are more reactive than others. Science teacher Subathra Subramaniam visits ...
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15 mins KS4 Science - Chemistry with CLEAPSS
CLEAPSS helps a science specialist perform dazzling and safe chemistry experiments at KS4. Wendy Butler, a science specialist at St James Catholic High School, demonstrates several oxidation-reduction experiments that are safe and fun, but not very ...
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3 mins Learning From the News - Biogas: Making Gas from Human Waste
Part of the series Learning From the News
As householders in Didcot will be cooking and heating their homes with renewable gas made from sewage, this classroom resource can be used with Key Stage 3 science pupils to teach them about biogas.
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3 mins Swimmers Take to Freezing Water
Part of the series Learning From the News
Based on the biennial Cold Water Championships, which took place on Saturday 22 January 2011, use this classroom resource with Key Stage 3 science pupils to teach them about the different states of water.
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