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
Aine discusses the impact of shared leadership in primary science and how the practice was developed in her school setting.
Alan Haigh discusses why we need to teach children to think and how best to do it.
Alan offers some thoughts about questioning and how to achieve more 'penny drop' moments with learners - part of a new 'Think' series.
Primary school children introduced to a long-forgotten and only recently rediscovered invention, Santorio's pulsilogium, have been able to develop
Amanda Poole looks at how the science capital teaching approach can be used to build science capital when teaching electricity in primary schools.
Anita describes how the Primary Science for All project allowed dreams to be realised, and how the Wonder Cupboard and Frames for Focus helped her
Claire Seeley shares with us a new CBeebies television programme, which encourages young children to be scientists.
How does a primary teacher's science capital impact on his/her attitude to, confidence in and teaching of the subject?
By looking into provision for learners with identified special educational needs we can learn more about how to meet individual children's needs an
Dr Leigh Hoath
Fiona Killick explores how a sprinkle of scientific sparkle through ‘awe and wonder’ activities supports children’s engagement with learning.
Hajra Sath outlines how video conferencing has helped to raise science capital within her school for both pupils and teachers.