Andy Markwick sheds light on how Year 6 (aged 10-11) children can work scientifically with light and shadows.
Easy ways to demonstrate temperature-sensing with thermochromic paint and to measure force with Electrolycra.
Student teachers explore the use of puppets to teach food and nutrition
Claire Neale explains why teaching Emergency Life Support in primary schools is so important.
Dan Davies evaluates the impact of a workshop that uses role-play to help children learn about bodily systems and keeping healthy.
Trainee teacher Francesca Telford describes how a cross-curricular, child centred approach and a relevant context engaged a class of 8 to 10 year o
This article outlines one way of addressing children's difficulties with forces, following his successful presentation of it at the Associatio
An explanation of the difference between these commonly confused terms.
Marianne Cutler and Liz Lawrence introduce a new ASE cross-curricular resource pack that explores Edward Jenner's discovery of vaccination.
Paul Tyler shows where there is science in physical education and sport – and provides a context to draw pupils into learning
Music to some people is just'noise', but of course music is more than just sound, even though it is made up of sounds (and silences).