Robbie Kirkman from the Eden Project describes some of their ideas and activities that support the primary science curriculum.
Rupert suggests easy activities for engaging children's interest in adaptation and other Darwinian concepts.
Stuart Scrase, a year 6 teacher and the science coordinator at a Tower Hamlet's Primary School, reflects on teaching evolution for the first t
Sue asked teachers in focus groups to discuss their knowledge of Darwin and how they might introduce Darwinian science.
Techniques for finding out primary school children's ideas on evolution and inheritance.
The authors pull together some exciting ways forward from their Nuffield-funded research to engage primary children with ideas about evolution.
A continuation of the reports of the Nuffield funded project to explore the teaching and learning of evolution and inheritance.
In this activity children will investigate the process of evaporation by designing an investigation that can be done in the classroom or playground.
Our highly skilled Education Team provides unique learning sessions linked to the National Curriculum for all ages (5-19) and abilities.
Students explore the Zoo for two hours interactively with a personal tour guide, led by a Discovery and Learning officer.
<p>In this activity children take on the role of palaeontologists to work out if fossil remains could have come from a bipedal upright human.<
In this activity children are introduced to ideas about evolution in the context of habitats and environment.