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What difference does a more in-depth programme make to learning?

Issue: March 2015 137

Author: Athene Reiss shares the findings of a project with two primary schools.

Reviews

Issue: March 2015 137

Extract: - Achieving QTS - Primary science: teaching theory and practice (7th edn) London: Sage/Learning Matters, 2014 John Sharp, Graham Peacock, Rob Johnsey, Shirley Simon, Robin Smith, Alan Cross and Diane Harris 151 pp. £19.99 - Achieving QTS - Primary science: knowledge and understanding (7th edn) Graham Peacock, John Sharp, Rob Johnsey and Debbie Wright 248 pp. £19.99 - Science – year by year, Ed. Robert Winston London: Dorling Kingsley, 2013 400 pp. £25.00

Contents

Issue: January 2015 136

Focus on…

Issue: January 2015 136

Notice board

Issue: January 2015 136

From primary to secondary science: keeping the threads intact

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: Kirsten Mould shares how she has tried to make the ‘big move’ a positive experience.

Dramatic water: using a drama-based approachto science in the early years

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: Maria Kambouri and Anthia Michaelides try using drama and mime with young children in Cyprus to help them understand the water cycle.

Transition – it’s not just for children!

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: Leigh Hoath encourages us to think more globally about transition.

The advantages of open-ended investigations

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: Emily Mahony makes the transition from student to teacher during a school placement.

An exploration of whole-school assessment systems

Issue: January 2015 136

Extract: Sarah Earle shares case studies from the Primary Science Teaching Trust College Fellows.

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