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Explore our STEM learning resources for 11-14-year olds

Explore our STEM learning resources for 11-14-year olds

Lots of STEM related tasks from GSK. Activities lengths range from 15 minutes or less to more than an hour.

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Degrees in Chemistry

Degrees in Chemistry

Support students to research university/Higher Education routes

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Classroom display and employers links

Classroom display and employers links

Feel free to print off the LMI display bubbles for your classroom. Print off a copy of the employer links table and refer to it whenever you need to.

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Chemistry Labour Market Information

Chemistry Labour Market Information

Feel free to display the LMI factsheets in your classroom and refer to them throughout the year

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Chemistry in our community

Chemistry in our community

A presentation showing how creative chemistry is present in all aspects of our community - helping to feed us, clothe us, house us, entertain us and keep us healthy. Creative chemistry also provides energy and transport and is continually looking to do all these things whilst conserving scarce resources and protecting our natural environment. The supporting booklet provides additional information.

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Chemistry - More than just white coats

Chemistry - More than just white coats

This presentation highlights the career opportunities available to those with a chemistry qualification.

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Case Study Charlotte Hughes

Case Study Charlotte Hughes

Charlotte Hughes, Associate Scientist, GlaxoSmithKline Meet Charlotte, Young Apprentice Ambassador, Higher or Degree Apprentice of the Year and Associate Scientist at GSK

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Careers in Chemistry (KS4/5)

Careers in Chemistry (KS4/5)

These are useful resources to give out before you teach any content and could be linked into your normal induction session when course overviews and assessments are discussed.

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Careers in Chemistry (KS3)

Careers in Chemistry (KS3)

This would be an excellent first lesson as it will show the students what careers link to the subject that they are studying.

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