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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.

Darwin’s doodles

Issue: January 2016 141

Extract: Robbie Kirkman from the Eden Project describes some of their ideas and activities that support the primary science curriculum.

Mud, glorious mud!

Issue: January 2016 141

Extract: Rosemary Feasey explores the wealth of early-years science to be found in mud.

Phiz Labs

Issue: January 2016 141

Extract: Wendy Cox describes the work of The Ogden Trust and their vehicle for raising the profile of physics in primary schools.

Being a PSQM hub leader

Issue: January 2016 141

Extract: Being a PSQM hub leader is busy, crazy, challenging, motivating and, above all, the best job in the world explains Bryony Turford.

Science Swap Shop

Issue: January 2016 141

Extract: Four-page pull-out for sharing activity ideas that can be photocopied and used in class or taken home.

How can you make the most of those ‘WOW moments’?

Issue: January 2016 141

Extract: Sally Hardman and Sue Luke develop opportunities for channelling children’s curiosity.

CLEAPSS page: Using conductive (copper) tape in circuit work

Issue: January 2016 141

Extract: To help children better understand how electrical circuits work, make a poster of home with real working electrical parts.

DIMS – Does It Make Sense?

Issue: January 2016 141

Extract: Julie Sheppey shares the impact of a local project that produced real chemistry between primary and secondary school teachers.

Why you’ll never catch smallpox

Issue: January 2016 141

Extract: Marianne Cutler and Liz Lawrence introduce a new ASE cross-curricular resource pack that explores Edward Jenner’s discovery of vaccination.

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