Resources for teachers
Teachers of pupils of all ages can access useful activities, presentations, handouts and more for free – all developed by academic staff and postgraduate students at The University of Manchester.
We want to support you and your students as much as possible throughout this difficult time, so we've put together a list of resources to help.
- Students can asky questions and find out more about the University through our Manchester Live webinars.
- Our YouTube channel has a section on ‘Applying to study’ with useful information.
- W've also got some handy resources on preparing for University interviews, writinging personal statements and choosing what and where to study.
- Aimed at secondary school students and teachers, use our Young Persons University to introduce studying and research at Manchester.
- We have lots of useful advice about extended project writing, with tips on advanced academic writing to help prepare your students for university study.
- You can access ‘My Learning Essentials’, a library of resources designed to improve academic skills.
- Our library has resources for academic and research skills for aimed at post-16 learners.
- ‘The Essential Skills for Online Learning’ is a resource developed by the University Library to help students develop skills to get the most out of being an online learner.
- Use the learning science at home resources from Jodrell Bank Observatory to keep students engaged.
- Maths of waves and materials is a fun resource with interactive activities that can be done from home.
- The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences have resources available for secondary and post-16 students.
- The Dalton Nuclear Institute at Manchester have activities and games.
- Our Chemistry Department has a YouTube channel where academics explain their research.
- Our 20-minute challenges introduce young people to a range of subjects areas in a fun and engaging way.
- The Manchester Museum has created a new in quarantine website with fun activities for all ages.
- The Special Collections Division of The University of Manchester Library holds outstanding collections of rare books, manuscripts and archives. Spanning five millennia, the manuscript collections include literary, historical, antiquarian, genealogical, biblical, devotional, ritualistic, medical, scientific, legal and administrative texts in numerous languages.