Online course links curriculum learning to STEM careers
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Discover how to adapt your curriculum to link to careers in science, design & technology, engineering, computing and mathematics through a free, six-week online course from STEM Learning. Recommended for all science curriculum teachers, but also useful for Careers Leads. … Read More

Film making resources
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Film making resources created by Into Film to help teachers and students if new to film making. The is also a useful summary of how to use iPad to make films:  

Field Trip to Mars
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This lovely piece of film shows how an ordinary school bus was transformed into an incredible space journey. There is some background into the project as well as the actual film.

Pixar in a Box
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Pixar in a Box. Very good resource for physics and maths teachers to relate what is taught in the classroom to the work that Pixar do.

Tim Peake’s Space mission
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A video summary of human spaceflight expeditions 46 & 47 for the Principa post-flight tour events.

Into Space and Home
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Any students who are making films or who have been inspired by the mission to the International Space Station by Tim Peake, they may be interested to enter our UK Space Agency (UKSA) film competition.  Attaching PDF of the postcard … Read More

How to get ahead in the film industry
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This article written by Yen Yau from Into Film, explores how to get into the film industry and the types of jobs which are available. The industry faces a skills shortage of new entrants with strong STEM subject backgrounds.  

Physics works
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This useful poster explores the use of physics in the film industry. In 2011 the film production industry supported almost 44,000 jobs and directly contributed £1.6 bn to the country’s gross domestic product – more than electronics manufacture or software publishing. VFX is one of … Read More

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