Today, you’ll be able to put your learning to the test with some interactive online games put together by the UK Parliament outreach team!
Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution: During this lecture, you will examine evidence that supports this statement.
In this session you will consider biodiversity, and the impact of human activities on endangered species.
Congratulations to the winners of this year’s final Year 11 Inspire competition!
Welcome to our virtual tour of Oxford’s Ashmolean museum!
What drove people in Medieval times to journey from their homes? During this lecture you will see examples of the travel people undertook for a variety of reasons.
Welcome to the Pitt Rivers Museum! Take a virtual tour of the museum and practice your observation skills with the Museum’s collection of masks.
In this session you will get to know the UK Parliament, and you will learn about some ways in which you can get involved. We will start by learning about Parliament and its history, and finish off the day with some votes and debating exercises.
Welcome to the Year 11 Inspire Programme’s Virtual Summer School! Click here to get started.
There is a huge variety of wildlife found locally, in our gardens and local green spaces. It is important to monitor this diversity, to see whether it changes seasonally, or over time as our green spaces in Britain become more urbanised.
During this lecture, you will consider what it meant to Plato to be a philosopher.
Welcome to the Museum of Natural History! Take a virtual tour and explore the museum’s highlights here.
During this lecture, you will see how two different areas of maths can be used to model the spread of diseases through a population.
Welcome to the History of Science Museum in Oxford! Explore the museum virtually and learn about the fascinating instruments in its collection here.
One of the highlights of our year at St John’s College is our Inspire Programme summer schools – and this year they are happening virtually! Click here to learn more.