The resources on this page are designed to enhance teaching and learning of physiology within and beyond the 11-19 science curricuulm. Some of these resources have been developed by The Physiological Society, often in collaboration with other organisations, others have been kindly donated.
Both teachers and students are encouraged to use these resources, which can be filtered by age group or topic. By registering on this website, content can automatically be filtered or flagged to your attention according to your preferences. To do this, click Register at the top of this page.
New resources will be developed and added to this page over time. If you would like to suggest ideas for new resources or there is an area of the curriculum that you would like support with, please email email@example.com.
|1 April 2016||Horse v Human: the heart of a champion|
|30 September 2015||The Science of Life 2016 project competition|
|14 June 2013||Interview with 'The Science of Sport: How to Win Gold' Competition Gold medal winners|
|12 September 2011||Planning an experiment|
|12 September 2011||The Science of Sport: How to Win Gold competition for A-Level (or equivalent) students|
|7 August 2012||Why is sports physiology important?|
|7 August 2012||The use of altitude training|
|7 August 2012||What is sports physiology?|
|6 August 2012||English Institute of Sport's "instruments of torture"|
|6 August 2012||Synchro swimming with a fractured elbow - Vicky Lucass, Team GB|