Students explore the Zoo for two hours interactively with a personal tour guide, led by a Discovery and Learning officer.
People telling their career stories through video in their own words providing students with relevant and interesting careers information.
<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.
In this activity children consider evidence from bones and contemporaneous drawings to make their own decisions.
In this activity children debate whether living for 1000 years is such a good thing and consider the implications for the planet.
When considering the theme for this issue we were thinking of 'evolution' as it appeared in the first draft of the new English Primary Na
The world is celebrating Charles Darwin's anniversary in 2009, so why was he so important to science?
The inclusion of special educational needs and disabled (SEND) students in the classrooms of mainstream schools can be a cause of concern for the t
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