- This lesson covers heat transfer and insulating through investigating the construction of the water polo arena.
- This is the first lesson of a unit to mark the 2012 Olympics. Each lesson focusses on an olympic event and links it to scientific concepts.
Graphs Tell Stories
- This video shows how graphs can be used to tell stories.
Off the block
- Help students understand false starts and sprinting speeds with this reaction time resource.
- Explore the reasons for and against using drugs in sport with this newspaper template.
Big Picture: exercise, energy and movement
- A magazine from the Wellcome Trust about the biological systems behind how we move.
Competing with cheetahs
- From big cats to flying mammals, Marwell Wildlife’s resource pits athlete against animal in a number of events.
Water polo pool monitor
- Get your students to investigate conduction, convection and radiation to decide which insulating material would be best to cover a sports arena.
- From forces and motion to atoms and elements, this PowerPoint quiz tests whether students can spot the science in sport.
Sports science handbook
- This colourful compendium is everything a student needs to understand how sport and science unite.