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Gardening provides valuable time to talk

Issue: March 2016 142

Author: Margaret Boyd shares the many benefits of a school gardening club, especially having time to talk.

'Curiouser and curiouser': supporting children’s independent enquiry skills

Issue: March 2016 142

Author: Debbie Myers, with Maria McGrory and Cathy Westgate, has over two years, developed a whole-school programme of child-led enquiry.

Why you’ll never catch smallpox

Issue: March 2016 142

Author: Marianne Cutler and Liz Lawrence describe the opportunities for ‘working scientifically’ provided by this new ASE resource, along with feedback from teachers.

How the fair test nearly killed enquiry

Issue: March 2016 142

Author: Juliet Nickels explores the importance of content and exploration in a child- and enquiry-led curriculum.

Experiencing child-led science in science week

Issue: March 2016 142

Author: Carol Bostrom shares how child-led enquiry, with children choosing their own questions to research, can work in an infant classroom.

Reviews

Issue: March 2016 142

Extract: • Dramatic Science: inspired ideas for teaching science using drama ages 5–11 (by Debra McGregor and Wendy Precious, Abingdon: Routledge, 2015) • Science Secrets: Secrets of habitats (by Andrew Solway London: Franklin Watts, 2014) • Science FAQ (by Thomas Canavan London: Franklin Watts, London, 2013)

Contents

Issue: January 2016 141

Focus on...

Issue: January 2016 141

Extract: With an issue entitled ‘What’s out there?’, you could be forgiven for asking ‘What is out there: really out there?’ How far out there do we have to go to be ‘out there’ and why would you go?

Notice Board

Issue: January 2016 141

Out of this world

Issue: January 2016 141

Extract: Julie Wiskow shares how her school has achieved the Space Education Quality Mark and brought this topic to life.

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