Mat Wright

Whether you are a primary school teacher implementing CLIL or in immersion classes, or a secondary DNL teacher, you will find various resources below to support your science education in English. 

Schoolsonline and Science in Schools resources 

Find our lesson plans, activities and videos on scientific workshops in English. We organise these with all the French local education authorities.

TeachingEnglish website

If you want help planning your lessons, you've come to the right place! In collaboration with the BBC, we have developed hundreds of high-quality resources to help you in the classroom as well as articles, videos, publications and courses to help you with your continuing professional development as a teacher or teacher educator.

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Famelab videos

On YouTube, you will find over 35,000 three minute videos created by young scientists on STEM topics. They have all taken part in the world’s fastest growing competition for science communication: FameLab.

Go to the FameLab France or the main FameLab YouTube channel to view some of the videos. You can use them to illustrate, enthuse, and amaze your students. 

British Council Voices magazine

The Voices online magazineoffers a range of interesting texts that can be used in the classroom. Search for the science articles and prepare yourself for some amazing stories by scientists from all over the world!   

Other resources

We have developed a series of resources in partnership with The Royal Society to enhance science learning in schools. You can also access the CREST Online resources if you want to run fun science activities with your pupils. Last but not least, you will be able to exchange and use the numerous lesson plans devised by your counterparts in Europe on the European journal for science teachers.