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  • Posted in: Community Noticeboard

    Ofsted’s research review for science, published in April 2021 , makes for interesting reading. Pleasingly, there is a section highlighting that there should be ‘coherence between mathematics and science’. The review goes on to advocate that ‘subject ...

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    Did you know we run fascinating free online seminars for teachers, technicians, school career advisors and STEM Ambassadors? These seminars are an excellent opportunity to improve subject knowledge on cutting edge science and engineering research from ...

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    Are you aware of the current offer when your students complete their GCSEs and move on to the next stage? In addition to flagging up potential carriers, are you in a position to include appropriate post 16 qualification information in your lessons? ...

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  • Posted in: 11-19 Science

    The EST project is holding an international contest for secondary schools called "The Sun at a glance". Students from all over Europe are invited to research different subjects related to our star and help us build the EST Solarpedia, an open educational resource about the Sun. WHAT Participants will have to design an infographic ...

  • Posted in: 11-19 Science

    Did you miss our first ever STEM Learning Bites session exclusively live on Community? If so, fear not - another fantastic session coming up very soon! Pat Moore, PGCE Science Lead at Sheffield Hallam University, will be returning after her successful online webinar last week with a session on Thursday 4 November at 4pm. Entitled 'how to support new ...

  • Posted in: 11-19 Science

    Ofsted’s research review for science, published in April 2021 , makes for interesting reading. Pleasingly, there is a section highlighting that there should be ‘coherence between mathematics and science’. The review goes on to advocate that ‘subject leaders should work together to understand how and when knowledge taught in their respective subjects ...

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  • Posted in: 11-19 Science

    World Science Day will be commemorated on November 10th and Biologically Speaking, an international non-profit organization very passionate about sharing science from across the globe to anyone who is interested, is hosting two major competitions in the lead up to this commemoration. One competition is Scientastic, which involves creative science-fiction ...

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  • Posted in: 11-19 Science

    The UN Climate Change Conference 2021 (also known as COP26) starts in Glasgow on 31 October and is sure to dominate the news agenda before, during and after - and we've got dozens of links, resources and courses for teachers to capitalise on in the classroom. We've got an online CPD course 'teaching climate change' for secondary teachers to learn ...

  • Posted in: 11-19 Science

    Hip hip hooray - it’s Mole Day! Is it a day to celebrate the small furry mammal that digs underground? Or the small dark spots on your skin? Or perhaps a spy who has access to secret intelligence? Of course not, 23 October is a day to celebrate the humble chemistry mole and in particular to commemorate the work of Avogadro. The day is celebrated between ...