Berry Billingsley provides some ideas on ways to teach and conduct discussions about science and religion in schools.
Showing the versatility of the TAPS project and how it can be aligned with more than the National Curriculum for England.
Bob Kibble talks relatives in lesson planning: have you met WALT's cousins?
Bob responds to the recent article by Lynne Bianchi commenting on the Donaldson report.
Brenda Keogh and Stuart Naylor share some of their experiences of science learning as they travel the world.
Being a PSQM hub leader is busy, crazy, challenging, motivating and, above all, the best job in the world explains Bryony Turford.
Carol Sampey outlines how science and assessment can be brought together effectively through highlighting developments at Shaw Primary.
Claire Rees describes some of the apps that her school is using on their newly acquired tablet computers to enhance science.
Dave Allen decribes how he achieved all his goals through using plays and drama.
How does a primary teacher's science capital impact on his/her attitude to, confidence in and teaching of the subject?
So, electricity or electrickery? Fascinating as it might be, this quickly becomes a very complex subject.