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News round up...

  • Posted in: Careers, Clubs and Cross-Curricular

    British Science Week 2022 is going ahead at full steam, and the run up officially begins now as we launch our activity packs! You have hopefully been enjoying our taster packs, which were published in November 2021, which included loads of information about how to run activities for the Week, and two activities on this year’s theme of ‘Growth’. The ...

  • Posted in: Careers, Clubs and Cross-Curricular

    Mission X 2022 has launched today! Mission X is a free educational programme developed by space scientists and fitness professionals working with astronauts and space agencies across the world. It uses the excitement of space exploration to inspire children to learn about science, nutrition, exercise and space and is aimed at children aged 8 to ...

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  • Posted in: Teaching 11-19 Science

    A conservation team have found an amazing 10-metre long dinosaur fossil at Rutland Water Nature Reserve - the most complete fossil of its kind ever found in the UK. The ichthyosaur remains, which are around 180 million years old - read the amazing BBC News story here . We've got some fantastic free resources to use the fascinating world of fossils ...

  • Posted in: Primary STEM

    NRICH are looking for Y3 and Y4 teachers interested in trialling exciting new resources using BBC Natural History clips, specially designed to bring the natural world into the maths classroom. Participating teachers will be asked to trial up to 4 lessons with their classes before the Easter break, and share their feedback with our team. To register ...

  • Posted in: Careers, Clubs and Cross-Curricular

    New data from the EU's satellite system shows that the past seven years has been the hottest on record - read the full BBC News story here . The data comes from the Copernicus Climate Change Service - find out more about them here - and the data also shows that 2021 was the fifth-warmest year ever. Why not join in the debate on how you're embedding ...

Members' Blogs

  • Posted in: Community Noticeboard

    If you watched Bruce Forsyth’s ‘Play Your Cards Right’ TV show, you’ll remember nine cards were randomly selected from the pack of 52 before being placed face down on the board. A contestant would then turn over successive cards, predicting whether each card would be higher or lower than the next. Why do I mention this? Because getting to university ...

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  • Posted in: Community Noticeboard

    On 11th February we shall be celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. In this news article from Education Technology, Professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences, information, mathematics, and statistics at UC Berkeley, Jennifer Chayes explores why better recognition and celebration of the achievements of women ...

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  • Posted in: Community Noticeboard

    The NCCE's new resource, the Computing Quality Framework (CQF) is now available to help schools to plan and deliver high quality computing education. The CQF is a free, easy-to-use online tool that helps primary and secondary schools to review, develop, and monitor their computing curriculum, identifying strengths and areas for development. Following ...

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  • Posted in: Community Noticeboard

    Each year the ERA Foundation - who are one of our key supporters - awards two David Clark Prizes. One for teachers working in primary schools and another for teachers in secondary schools, colleges or UTCs. The prize recognises exceptional teachers who have gone the extra mile in inspiring young people to consider engineering as a profession ...

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  • Posted in: Community Noticeboard

    I've been teaching science at a large SEND high school and college for the last 10 years, and we've had great success with a range of qualifications. These qualifications are chosen because they fit the ability of the learners, have the right level of engagement and practical elements and provide a recognised qualification. They are fit for purpose, ...

    4 people like this.

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