What is it? A curated selection of the popular STEM activity boxes developed by KiwiCo in the US, but with the additional benefit of ALL the resources needed for you to deliver 6 x hours worth of lessons, with built in links to the KS2 and KS3 curriculum. The best bit? Teachers notes are included, so teachers don’t need to do any prep (or have a background in STEM subjects) to successfully deliver an engaging and enriching experience for pupils!

What do you get? All the parts and equipment needed to build a Walking Robot, a Domino Machine or to make your own Ice Cream! Materials for 6 x hours of lessons, developed by teachers, including experiments and activities with clear links to the KS2 and KS3 curriculum. Teachers notes with a session by session guide. A selection of Phosphor resources relevant to the topics covered in the box. Suitable to be carried out as a group or individually. 

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The kids had a fantastic time building the Walking Robots. They were engaged, worked well as a team to follow the instructions and very excited about seeing them in action, particularly when it came to team robot races!

Teacher, St. George's Prep School

 

What is it? A subscription service for articles and worksheets that cover cutting edge scientific news and developments – developed by teachers for teachers! These are aimed at KS2 and KS3 pupils and perfect for enrichment activities, Science/STEM Clubs and extended learning.

What do you get?  5x new articles a month, plus access to our entire back catalogue with 50+ articles available to download and keep forever! 

Our Resources

Plastic Munching Worms |  Power Down |  All About Comets |  Dog Health  |  Humanoids  | Microplastics |  Octopus Inspriation |  Materials From Nature  |  Turning Bakc Time  |  Fantastic Fossil Finds  |  Does Mask Wearing Work?  | Space Junk  |  Bionic Eyes | Future Robots |  Is There Life On Mars?  |  Oil Spill Solutions | Solar Power | Self Healing Robots | Solar Sails | A Stormy Future | Electric Force | Super Poo | The Dark Side of the Universe | Xeno-Transplantation | Health Sensors | Heart Helpers | Sister Planets | Journey to the Asteroids | Molecules Toolkit | Robot Explorers | Junk Food Addiction | Space Tourist | The History of Vaccinations | Mountain Disaster | Mouse Plague | Return To the Moon | Plastic Not So Fanstastic | Galaxies Galore | Getting Back To Nature | Fusion Power | East Less Meat | Dragon Man | Dino Discovery | Build A Burger | Seeing with Sound | Deadly Volcanoes | Carbon Capture | Gene Editing | Hydrogen Power | Save the Trees | Spinal Cord Injury | Eating Insects | Climate Pact | Covid 19 | Data Storing DNA | Meet The Xenobots | Renewable Energy | Global Warming | Mountain Disaster | Mission to Mars | Space Tourists | Mission to Venus | Touching the Sun | Planet Hunting | Staring into Space

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How to start a STEM Club

How to start a STEM Club

At Phosphor we talk a lot about the importance and value of running STEM clubs in school – but how do you go about setting one up? As the end of the academic year approaches, and with an eye on the new year ahead, here is a (very quick) guide for what to do if you are thinking about setting up a STEM Club in your school.

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Resource Round Up

Resource Round Up

We no one thing educators don't have in abundance is time - so here is a great list of (FREE) resources of  activities and ideas for teaching STEM...

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Experiential Learning!

Experiential Learning!

At Phosphor we are huge advocates of experiential learning – especially with STEM subjects which can seem very abstract when presented solely on a page in a textbook. Not only is it an essential way to engage learners, it is a great way of building more nuanced skills.

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About Phosphor

Phosphor was founded by Andrew Lochery in 2021, after 16 years of teaching science and writing science resources for institutions such as Pearson and T.E.S. In his own teaching career he struggled accessing high quality STEM resources to inspire and support his students – that didn’t require lots of additional work and prep for him! Working with a team of experienced educators, Phosphor has been developed to provide easy-to-use resources for teachers, designed to make science relevant and exciting for their students.

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