Plan and teach well-structured lessons
- impart knowledge and develop understanding through effective use of lesson time
- promote a love of learning and children’s intellectual curiosity
- set homework and plan other out-of-class activities to consolidate and extend the knowledge and understanding pupils have acquired
- reflect systematically on the effectiveness of lessons and approaches to teaching
- contribute to the design and provision of an engaging curriculum within the relevant subject area(s)
A blog about four neuromyths that are still prevalent in schools.
Videos showing how to lead effective group work.
Blog discussing how to effectively use TAs’ in the classroom.
Share ideas and resources or ask another teacher for advice on teaching particular topics.
Ten evidence-based teaching activities which support learning, with links to the research they are based on.
Resources, guides and advice for running your own STEM Club.
J120 starters, which can be used across the curriculum.
This set of Interactive Teaching Programs are useful to demonstrate and explore key mathematical concepts in lessons.
Support for planning and delivering effective mathematics lessons.
NRICH reasoning and problem solving activities are mapped to the curriculum for each year group.
Extensive guidance on teaching calculations, with clear examples including models and images and interactives to display in class to support teaching and learning.
These videos contain advice and guidance on pedagogy, lesson planning and teaching mathematics in and out of the classroom.
This booklet aims to provide a starting point for reflection and discussion on issues in primary science education.
Useful video clips and interactive resources related to the concepts in the curriculum.
The Children's University of Manchester shares online interactive learning materials for use on whiteboards or PCs; video clips; downloadable resources and educational games complimenting the Key Stage 2 science curriculum.
Explorify is an exciting programme of activities for primary school teachers that will spark pupils’ curiosity and develop their thinking skills.
This resource allows teachers to create a Materials Trail within their own school to help children explore the common materials that make up their environment.
A wealth of resources to support the planning and delivery of science lessons.
In these reports, SCORE presents its own summaries, findings, data and recommendations to support practical work in schools and colleges.
Video clips are ideal for use as a lesson starter, an engaging demonstration of a new concept or to raise questions and curiosity.
These videos contain advice and guidance on pedagogy, lesson planning, and teaching science in and out of the classroom.
Booklet to help teachers understand how to ‘work scientifically’ within the primary science curriculum.
- Enhancing primary mathematics teaching and learning
- Exploring Links between Pedagogical Knowledge Practices and Student Outcomes in STEM Education for Primary Schools
- Maintaining Curiosity (Ofsted)
- Mathematics Matters (NCETM)
- Primary pupils: working scientifically or working mathematically
- Progression & questioning techniques in primary science projects
- Teaching Review of effective teaching approaches in primary schools
- The Myth of Learning Styles
- Working Scientifically with Enquiry (ASE)
- Connecting Primary Maths and Science: A Practical Approach
- Look, Think, Talk – science activities for children
- Mastering Mathematics: Teaching to Transform Achievement
- Primary Maths: Anyone Can Feed Sweets to Sharks
- Science Enquiry Games 4-7 – early years science enquiry skills
- Science Enquiry Games 8-12 – primary science enquiry skills
- Teaching of Science in Primary Schools
- The Perfect Maths Lesson
- Understanding and Enriching Problem Solving in Primary Mathematics
- Working scientifically: a guide for primary science teachers
- Creating a buzz and raising the profile of science in your primary school
- Developing excellence in KS1 science and mathematics
- Developing excellence in lower KS2 science and mathematics
- Developing mastery in primary mathematics
- Embedding working scientifically in the primary curriculum
- Extending thinking and talking in primary science
- Science and the creative arts
- Space and astronomy - a context to teach primary STEM
- Teaching primary mathematics
- Teaching primary science outdoors
- Using date loggers and digital technology in primary science