Teaching resources for schools and colleges including classroom resources, posters, magazines and project funding.
The IET Faraday website hosts the IET's collection of online teaching resources; the curriculum-linked teaching materials include classroom activities, films of engineering case studies, engineering profiles and interactive games and quizzes. The IET Faraday website also has information on hosting IET Faraday Challenge Days, careers information and access to our Flipside for Teachers poster magazine.
The IET is the operational partner for the FLL competition in the UK and Ireland. Find out how you can take part in this global competition at www.firstlegoleague.co.uk
Full information about the IET's education programme for schools and colleges can be found in the education programme booklet.
The IET has a range of Education Partners - organisations that share our passion for engaging young people with engineering and technology.
Order free classroom posters and careers packs from our IET Faraday website.
Flipside is a magazine for teenagers that shows that fact is stranger than fiction. Published eight times each year and sent free to UK secondary school libraries, Flipside is also available on subscription.
The IET Education Fund provides support for local education projects which are endorsed by IET Local Networks.
The Institute of Physics, IET and Science and Technology Facilities Council provide schools with funds to carry out projects, participate in activities or purchase materials not normally paid for by school budgets. Find out more at www.iop.org/schoolgrants.
The IET Schools Liaison Community is an informative forum bringing together IET Schools Liaison Officers, STEM Ambassadors, teachers and others interested in schools activities.
Factfiles are available as a useful resource for teachers and students. Covering a range of current environmental concerns, they give clear, concise information, which will enable the reader to broaden and deepen their knowledge of these vital issues.
The IET's policy for safeguarding children and vulnerable adults outlines the legislation, principles and values that inform the practice of those members, staff and contractors who work with children or vulnerable adults while performing duties or services on behalf of the IET.