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Oxplore: stretch and challenge the curious young minds in your life

Oxplore is a free educational website created by the University of Oxford, designed to engage 11-18 year olds with complex ideas across a wide range of subjects.

It has over 50 questions to explore, and each response is linked to facts, quizzes, discussions and videos around the subject. The Oxplore team also have downloadable adventures for lockdown learning - check out their social media to find out more.

Oxplore offers:

  • Free, high-quality learning resources.
  • An introduction to a wide range of academic topics, debates and perspectives.
  • A new way of exploring school subjects, and an introduction to those studied at university level.
  • A rich and engaging springboard to practise skills valued in higher education.
  • An opportunity to join online discussions of Big Questions with other young people.
  • The chance to shape future Oxplore content available via the ‘What’s your Big Question?' feature.

More information about the project can be found on the University of Oxford undergraduate website or via their social media channels.

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Oxplore is an engaging digital resource from the University of Oxford. As the ‘Home of Big Questions’, it aims to challenge those from 11 to 18 years with debates and ideas that go beyond what is covered in the classroom. Big questions tackle complex ideas across a wide range of subjects and reflect the kind of critical thinking students undertake at university. Our goal is to raise aspirations, promote broader thinking and encourage intellectual curiosity, so everything you see is underpinned by the latest discoveries and research from the University of Oxford.


age 11-14, ks3, ks1, age 14-16, free resources

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