Trainee teacher Heidi Snook explores how using a child-centred approach to learning and a familiar context can help develop understanding
Isabel Hopwood-Stephens outlines the success of TAPS through the exploration of their data.
In this activity children investigate the effects of gravity and create a series of force diagrams to explain what it would be like in zero gravity.
In this activity children investigate the movement of waves and use a chart to explain how to predict when a tsunami may hit.
This article considers a range of strategies that help to support the teaching of working scientifically within schools and lead to effective asses
Taking children out of the classroom to learn in a totally different environment can be very rewarding for both the children and the teacher.
It is five years since an article last appeared in Primary Science about the Primary Science Quality Mark and quite a lot has happened since, as Ja
Jayne Marsh believes that adopting an early-years child-led teaching style could benefit science teaching with older primary children.
Even though the last decade has seen a step change in efforts to bring together education and neuroscience research, the dialogue is still in its i
How to use a free online survey tool for multi-response assessment.
Julie Sheppey shares the impact of a local project that produced real chemistry between primary and secondary school teachers.
Kate outlines her journey as science lead and all that it entailed.