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The science of cycling

Issue: September 2014 134

Author: Zoe Crompton and Shelley Daniels offer a range of ideas for science investigations related to cycling.

Bone marrow matters

Issue: September 2014 134

Author: Mick Dunne and Rania Maklad describe a classroom-based research project conducted by Emma Heaney, a final-year student teacher.

Stories and science: stirring children’s imagination

Issue: September 2014 134

Author: Claire Seeley and Sarah Gallagher share how stories can stimulate science and bring it to life.

How entertainment media aid learning about the natural world

Issue: September 2014 134

Author: Sai Pathmanathan describes her research into the educational role of entertainment media.

Reviews

Issue: September 2014 134

Extract: - Talk box: speaking and listening activities for learning at key stage 1 - Lyn Dawes and Claire Sams - Thinking together: a programme of activities for developing speaking, listening and thinking skills for children aged 8–11 - Lyn Dawes, Neil Mercer and Rupert Wegerif - I wonder why - Lawrence F. Lowery - Mindbenders: brainboggling tricks, puzzles and illusions - Fleur Star (senior ed.) - Very wonderful, very rare: saving the most endangered wildlife on Earth Marilyn Baillie, Jonathan Baillie and Ellen Butcher - Our new baby inside! Mick Manning and Brita Granström

Download the full magazine - Primary Science Special Issue

Issue: May 2014 133

Author: May/June 2014 - a FREE downloadable special issue that focuses on changes to the new national curriculum and the support available from ASE, young science ambassadors, PSQM, Primary Science Teaching Trust and other subject associations. Explore cross-curriculum links and find out about changes to assessment. The issue includes a special supplement with a focused article on working scientifically with enquiry. Or download individual articles below.

Contents

Issue: May 2014 133

Leading change in the primary science curriculum

Issue: May 2014 133

Author: Nicky Waller and Chris Baker believe that change can be a good thing and explain how their training has helped others.

Going for Gold!

Issue: May 2014 133

Author: Louise Parks describes how she led change in her infant school, including activities and impacts, to achieve the PSQM Gold Quality Mark.

Young ‘science ambassadors’ raise the profile of science

Issue: May 2014 133

Author: Katie Ridley appointed children as ‘science ambassadors’ and raised the profile of science across her school.

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