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25 mins Wannabe Biker
Part of the series GCSEase: Real Science Focusing on the science behind motorbikes

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Weird Science
Short videos examining some of the odder aspects of science, using fun experiments to show the scientific causes behind some of the mysteries of our planet and our bodies.
(12 programmes)

Secondary forces and motion videos

15 mins Secondary Science: Forces and Motion
Part of the series Resource Review (Secondary)
This edition of Resource Review looks at three resources to help teach forces and motion.
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25 mins Wannabe Biker
Part of the series GCSEase: Real Science
This programme examines the science and materials used in motorbikes.
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25 mins Pushing the Limits
Part of the series GCSEase: Real Science
The GCSEase: Real Science series reveals the science at the core of many human activities. It is a stimulating and thought-provoking series offering insights into how science works in the real world.
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25 mins Roller Coaster
Part of the series GCSEase: Real Science
The GCSEase: Real Science series reveals the science at the core of many human activities. It is a stimulating and thought-provoking series offering insights into how science works in the real world.
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15 mins KS3/4 Science - Demonstrating Physics: Electrostatics
In this programme, David Richardson from the Institute of Physics continues with more physics experiments for the staff at St. James Catholic High School in London.
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5 mins Finding Time for STEM
Part of the series Sharing Your Great Practice
A Year 8 class build model gliders as part of a KS3 cross-curricular STEM project, exploring the science and engineering behind flight.
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20 mins Physical Processes 3 - Magnetism
Part of the series Scientific Eye
Using practical examples and fun illustrations this programme answers four main questions about magnetism; why are some materials magnetic? what is a magnetic field? how are magnets made? and what are the uses of magnets today?.
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15 mins KS3/4 Science - Demonstrating Physics: Forces
In this programme, David Richardson from the Institute of Physics is invited to the Twilight Club at St. James' Catholic High School in London to demonstrate his physics experiments to science staff.
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20 mins Physical Processes: Machines and Moments
Part of the series Scientific Eye
Forces and their turning effect are featured in this programme, exploring how a range of simple machines make the best use of forces.
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15 mins KS3/4 Science - Physics for Non-Physicists: Forces
Forces is one of those subjects that science teachers can find difficult to teach, particularly if physics is not their specialism. In this programme, Steve Hearn from the Institute of Physics visits a group of physics non-specialists from the London Borough ...
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