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The Gardening Club Grant Scheme has provided schools with the means to develop natural habitats in their school grounds.
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It is commonly accepted that practical work is an essential part of studying science.
Our aim is to LISTEN to ASE members and ACT on concerns in a way that SUPPORTS members to empower students, including low attainers, to learn scien
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