Future Morph is the Science Council's careers website designed to provide information for young people, their parents and teachers about the jobs available from studying science and maths. It aims to show young people that studying science and maths post-16 can provide them with the skills and knowledge valuable in almost any career, making them very employable.
These teaching resources have all been produced to help teachers to use the world of work as a context for their teaching and to help raise careers awareness in the classroom. The resources include video case studies, activity sheets, assembly presentations and examples of jobs linked to curriculum topics, all designed to help students see the relevance of science to their future.
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A set of ten video case studies that illustrate a range of technician roles that use science and mathematics. The examples feature young college students and apprentices who talk about their area of study or work and who have a clear career route in mind. The case studies cover: • Animal care • Dispensing optics •…
These two activities from Future Morph link the study of textiles and materials with the science programmes of study. They show how textiles can be used in two very practical ways to reduce the danger of severe burns and in medical applications. The activities are designed for Key Stage Three students and help to develop scientific…
The Future Morph website provides a range of careers-related contexts to support teaching of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The materials help students to understand the relevance of STEM subjects to a wide range of career routes, many of which they do not necessarily associate with these subjects. The…
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