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We have made a new poster collection free to download. Our hope is to highlight more remarkablz women to ignite a future generation of superheroes.
Looking for something to do at home or on the go. Choose from a selection of free printable colouring pages. Be sure to share your colouring page creations with @theremarkablz
Check out our interactive timeline and learn about over 200 famous women and men in STEM
Art & Science, brining the two together it is what made The Remarkablz. We have a small but growing selection of resources for parents and teachers
Looking for something to do at home? These free printable colouring pages include an easy science experiment - Be sure to share your colouring page creations with #theremarkablz @theremarkablz
Educational Resources
We have a number of resources to enhance primary science teaching and get pupils thinking like scientists while learning about a diverse range of role models.
Free Posters Celebrating some remarkablz
science superheroes

Our founder firmly believes that "If you can't see it, it is harder to be it." To celebrate International Women's Month we are making a new poster collection free to download. Our hope is to highlight more of these remarkablz women to ignite a future generation of superheroes.

If you need files with printers marks/bleeds do let us know and we can send you the print ready files.
Barbara McClintock
Barbara (1902 –1992) was an American scientist whose discovery of "jumping genes," won her the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1983.
Velma Scantlebury
Velma (1955 - present) is a Barbadian-born transplant surgeon. She was the first African American woman transplant surgeon of the United States.
Stephanie Kwolek
Stephanie (1923-2014) was an American chemist best known for inventing the first of a family of synthetic fibres of exceptional strength and stiffness: Kevlar
Michiyo Tsujimura
Michiyo (1888-1969) was a Japanese biochemist. Her research focused on green tea. In 1924, she and her team discovered that there is Vitamin C in green tea.
Mary Anning
Mary (1799 – 1847) was an English paleontologist. Her discoveries changed how we think of prehistoric life on Earth.
Mary Seacole
Mary (1805 –1881) was a British-Jamaican nurse. She studied herbal medicine in the Caribbean and set up the British Hotel behind the lines during the Crimean War to care for the wounded.
Caroline Herschel
Caroline (1750–1848) was a German astronomer. She discovered a comet and was the first woman to become an honorary member of the Royal Society
Wanda Diaz Merced
Puerto Rican astronomer. She turns data about our universe into sound. A technique she developed after losing her sight as an undergraduate.
Mae Jemison
Mae C Jemison (1956 - present) is an engineer and physician. She was the first African-American woman to travel into space
Priyamvada Natarajan
Indian astronomer. She is known for her work in mapping dark matter and dark energy.
Maryam Mirzakhani
Maryam (1977-2017) was an Iranian mathematician. She was the first woman to win the Fields Medal.
Katherine Johnson
Katherine (1918 - present) is an African-American mathematician. She did calculations that were critical to the success of the first U.S. manned spaceflight.
Tired of always pulling out Einstein, or Tesla as examples of scientists in the classroom. Here are some resources to enhance primary science teaching and get pupils thinking like scientists while learning about a diverse range of role models.

We are also working on some tailored school packs, if you would be interested in being part of the pilot drop us a note
Looking for something to do at home? These free printable colouring pages include an easy science experiment - Be sure to share your colouring page creations with #theremarkablz @theremarkablz
Famous Artists, Writers and Explorers
Our founder, Katy developed these for her own family and is excited to share this fun and educational way to get children engaged with famous artists, writers and explores.
Joan Miró
Download our educational pack on Miro. You will find six pages of fun and educational games for your children to engage with as they learn more about the artist' paintings.

Suitable for 3+

FREE DOWNLOAD
Alma woodsey thomas
Coming soon
Yayoi Kusama
Coming soon
Gertrude Bell
Download our educational pack on Gertrude Bell . You will find 4 pages of information about this incredible woman , accompanied by activities and games.

Suitable ages 5+

FREE DOWNLOAD

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