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Pfizer's 'Superbugs: Join the fight' educational resources now available for home-learning

Originally designed for use in the classroom, we are pleased to announce the Pfizer Superbugs antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and vaccines education resources are now available as a series of free home-learning modules.


The COVID-19 pandemic has made us all fully aware of how viruses can impact human health, but bacteria also pose a threat. These topical modules (accessible below) will introduce students to bacteria, viruses, infection, resistance and antibiotics and the role of vaccines in antimicrobial resistance. Materials outline what we can all do to help address AMR, including hygiene and appropriate use of antibiotics. The activities support PSHE education, health and wellbeing, science and citizenship.

Whether you are a teacher or parent, these materials are free for your young learners to use and have been created for 3 different age groups:


Learning resources for 5-7 year olds (Key Stage 1)

KS1: AMR - Support Materials:


Learning resources for 7-11 year olds (Key Stage 2)

KS2: AMR - Support Materials:
KS2: Viruses & Pandemics - Support Materials:
Support materials coming soon


Learning resources for 11-14 years olds (Key Stage 3)

KS3: AMR - Support Materials:
KS3: Viruses & Pandemics - Support Materials:
Support materials coming soon
KS3: Vaccination - Support Materials:


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Originally designed to be facilitated by our STEM and SIP Ambassadors for use in the school classroom, we are pleased to announce some of these educational resources are now available as free home-learning modules.


Antibiotics are medicines that work to treat or prevent bacterial infections, but many are losing their effectiveness due to antimicrobial resistance (AMR).


Working alongside the PSHE Association and National Schools Partnership, 'Superbugs: Join the fight' is designed to help raise awareness of antibiotic resistance to school children.

PP-PFE-GBR-2561 / May 2020