Looking beyond the sticky notes and marker pens that are often standard issue on one-day courses, we are inspired to take back ideas and strategies
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The impact of recent curriculum and assessment changes on primary science in Northern Ireland.
Aine discusses the impact of shared leadership in primary science and how the practice was developed in her school setting.
Alan offers some thoughts about questioning and how to achieve more 'penny drop' moments with learners - part of a new 'Think' series.
Alan Haigh discusses why we need to teach children to think and how best to do it.
The Art of Nose Blowing. Alan Peacock asks why primary science in England never seems to get much better.
In our Primary Science interview, science educators Alan Peacock and Mick Dunne reflect on their own experiences of what science was like in Englan
This article considers how working as part of a professional learning community can support a collaborative and evidence-informed approach to impro
Cutting-edge science research can provide incredible stimulus to primary school children's emergent ideas in science.
Alison J. Trew
Alison Peacock describes a journey of dramatic school improvement inspired by an alternative, transformative approach to learning that centres on f
Amanda Poole looks at how the science capital teaching approach can be used to build science capital when teaching electricity in primary schools.