School science inspired by improving weather forecasts
Issue 255 | Page 18 | Published Feb 2014
The atmosphere, weather and climate change are also relevant and topical contexts through which to engage young people about a variety of scientific processes taught within the school science curriculum. The project website provides information, resources and activities to support teachers in the delivery of a range of content within science at Key Stages 3 and 4.
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