The Big History Project looks at the development of the whole universe to explain our past and present and imagines our future. It offers self-contained modules to explore history as a whole, from the beginning of time, with a focus on pupils aged 11-18.
The Natural History Museum in London has some great online resources if you want to expand your knowledge of zoology and geology
Or try the American Museum of Natural History, based in New York
There are some great science youtube channels out there. Here are a couple of our recommendations
Brave wilderness for natural history
The Extraordinary Universe: explaining einstein’s theory of relativity
Ignite science invite you to grow architectural models with mushrooms:
If you’ve ever wanted to learn about robotics from scratch, try this free online course
Join in with real research projects and add to the sum of human knowledge. These aren’t just science projects, but the penguin data survey is highly recommended.
If you’ve ever wondered about training to be a doctor, a nurse or a research scientist, check out these youtube videos from the Wellcome Collection
Food science at its most fun: Gourmet Makes