Health Education England have put together some useful resources for younger children, especially those Reception and Year 1 children who are returning to school in June.
Any children interested in being a paramedic might want to read the books called Paramedic Chris by the Author Tim Parsons.
Medical Mavericks are wanting to inspire the next generation of medics and scientists by taking real medical and sports science equipment into schools, colleges & events all over the UK. Their website contains many useful resources and on You Tube they have Medical Mavericks TV - this episode is all about the Eyes! They are also broadcasting big assemblies via their Facebook page while school's are closed. Assembly 1 - The Heart Assembly 2 - The Lungs
Operation Ouch! Dr Chris, Dr Xand and Dr Ronx explore the ins and outs of the human body in a variety of eye-opening experiments on CBBC. There are games and some "try it at home" experiments. Operation Ouch!
Working with Health Education England (HEE), The WOW Show was given access to Allied Health Professionals, the third largest professional group in the NHS. This programme gave students real-life encounters with newly qualified professionals, providing fresh perspectives on the world of work in the NHS. Wow!
The Department of Education have brought together an initial list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home. These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages.
Daily fun educational videos from former Blue Peter presenter Konnie Huq on her You Tube channel based mainly on STEM or creative ideas, there is also a fabulous video about the NHS and a reading from the poem "These are the hands" by author Michael Rosen. NHS Video
This Royal College of Pathology have devised a series of pathology-themed activity resources. The majority are most suitable for secondary-age students Years 7-13. Why not try some of the sessions. Pathology resources
My Daddy is a Nurse by Kerrie Byron, here is a YouTube trailor about challenging gender stereotypes in the NHS and Social Care.