Kendra McMahon explains what Focused Assessments are and why they are effective for both teachers and learners.
Kerry-Anne Barber looks at the Focused Assessments in action and her experience of them being translated into practice.
This issue focuses on 'seeing the hidden science': looking at life and opportunities through a lens that allows you to find science wherever you lo
This article explores why'reflection' should be a dish served cold, or at least only luke warm!
Many years ago...no, make that many, many years ago...if I wanted a piece of information, I would go to my trusty set of encyclopaedia.
Lisa Newton, an ASE Primary Science Committee member, considers the benefit she has gained from joining and taking an active part in the ASE.
What it means to gain the professional status of Chartered Science Teacher (CSciTeach)
Louise Parks describes how she led change in her infant school, including activities and impacts, to achieve the PSQM Gold Quality Mark.
Lynne Bianchi considers what it means to be a primary science teacher today.
Highlights hints, tips and the potential benefits of running a science club using the CREST Star Investigators scheme through a project funded by J
Martin Wesley describes a workshop for supporting the teaching and learning of Earth and Space.
Mick Dunne and Rania Maklad provide a whistle-stop world tour of primary science in schools and consider the strengths of science in the UK.