In early-years classes there is always lots of talk Laura Mooney describes how these young children can also think through concepts and use science
Primary school children introduced to a long-forgotten and only recently rediscovered invention, Santorio's pulsilogium, have been able to develop
Claire Seeley shares with us a new CBeebies television programme, which encourages young children to be scientists.
By looking into provision for learners with identified special educational needs we can learn more about how to meet individual children's needs an
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Fiona Killick explores how a sprinkle of scientific sparkle through ‘awe and wonder’ activities supports children’s engagement with learning.
Helen Wilson, Bridget Holligan and Pam Hanley share outcomes from the project, which encourages children’s learning and engagement with science thr
Jane Winter describes a pilot project that uses a simple and engaging science activity to raise children’s science capital, as well as increasing u
Jude Penny and Colin Forster explore what makes a good question and how this links with developing science capital.
Kate outlines PSfA resources and ideas designed to raise engagement in science for pupils with special educational needs.
Science Capital - like all good science concepts - offers answers to many questions and explanations that make sense!
Leigh Hoath and five teachers from Bradford schools outline a project they have worked on to improve outreach experiences with industry.
Marion shares some approaches for teaching science in a special school.