- www.iop.org The Institute of Physics has an area of content tailored specifically for students.
- https://home.cern/ The homepage for the world’s largest particle physics research centre. Follow the link for students.
- www.nasa.gov Like space? This is the website for you. A wealth of information and activities for all things astrophysics.
- http://www.ukspace.org/ It’s not all about the Americans, The UK Space Agency has lots of information and a nice link to space careers too.
- http://www.einstein-online.info/elementary It’s all relative! If you’re interested in some serious theoretical physics, you’ll enjoy this.
- http://www.astronomy.com/ Website for a leading astronomy magazine
- http://physicsworld.com/ Keep up to date with the website for the leading Physics magazine.
- www.physicsclassroom.com Comprehensive physics website started by a teacher covering forces, motion and optics, waves and electricity. Lots of animations, simulations and other handy learning tools.
- www.cyberphysics.co.uk A useful revision site for GCSE and A level students, created by a physics teacher
- https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulations/category/physics Try out some physics simulations for yourself, practical physics outside the lab.