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Saturday Morning Science

Issue: May 2016 143

Author: John Kirkland shares how he brings science into the family with his ‘Dads and Kids Saturday Science’ mornings – mums are welcome too!

Primary Science Quality Mark – 2016 update

Issue: May 2016 143

Author: It is five years since an article last appeared in Primary Science about the Primary Science Quality Mark and quite a lot has happened since, as Jane Turner explains.

Horticulture in schools

Issue: May 2016 143

Author: Robert Milne believes that food gardening should be included in the school curriculum and backed by university-based teacher training.

New To Teaching: WebQuests as a tool to support children in carrying our research using secondary sources to answer their scientific questions

Issue: May 2016 143

Author: James Barker and Deborah Pope report on the introduction of a simple WebQuest tool to a year 5 class to support an enquiry-based approach to teaching aspects of ‘Earth and space’.

We’re definitely going to the zoo!

Issue: May 2016 143

Extract: Rachel Haydon and Stephanie Pace describe how the Zoological Society of London is working with teachers to enhance the experience and learning for all who take a trip to the zoo.

Having Fun With Science: Street Science; Fractals

Issue: May 2016 143

Author: Carol Sampey shares a couple of activities she has run in her school that you could do too!

Reviews

Issue: May 2016 143

Extract: - Practical ideas for teaching primary science (Vivian Cooke and Colin Howard, Northwich: Critical Publishing, 2014) - Cycles in nature (Theresa Greenaway, London: Wayland, 2014) -What makes your body work? (Gill Arbuthnott, London: A & C Black, 2015) - Infographic Top 10s: Record-breaking animals (Jon Richards and Ed Simkins, London: Wayland, 2015)

Contents

Issue: March 2016 142

Focus on… Language of science

Issue: March 2016 142

Extract: For many of us, fighting the corner for science, with ever-increasing pressure from literacy in school timetable time, is a battle we don’t seem to be winning, but working with literacy and trying to link science with this subject can lead to some issues.

Learning to talk

Issue: March 2016 142

Author: Kirstin Greygoose shares how she has developed talk in the early years in her school.

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