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Improving glue

This is an  activity where students make glues using milk. They make a glue following a given procedure and then alter the method to see if they can make a stronger glue.
Different milks and bases are provided, though some students may decide to make the glue acidic or basic or add less water when making the...

Jack the Ripper: Whitechapel 1888

In this Triple Crossed activity, from the Centre for Science Education and supported by the Astra Zeneca Teaching Trust, students learn about the ghastly crimes of Jack the Ripper and the different methods of crime solving back in 1888 when forensic science was not an option.

Information sheets describe the...

Let's go! science trails: a holistic way of looking at science in the world around us by using the local environment

The local environment is currently an underused resource. Science Trails is not just about taking lessons outside, but using the outdoor environment to discover and understand science concepts in primary school. The 29 Science Trails in this book are designed to enthuse, inspire and support any teacher to deliver...

Life on Mars

This Triple Crossed activity, from the Centre for Science Education and supported by the Astra Zeneca Teaching Trust, explores developments in technology since the 1970s with a specific focus on the type of technology that most young people would use at home or have in their bedrooms.

Students are asked to...

Save our conkers

This is an activity where students investigate the organisms found in horse chestnut leaves infected by leaf miner moths.  The students then record their observations before being given identification guidance and further background information to consider.

Scheme of Work for Students Working Between Levels One and Four

These resources, provided by The AstraZeneca Science Teaching Trust, include materials produced as part of The Cambridgeshire SEN Science Project which brought together a group of special schools and developed a scheme of work and an assessment/recording framework for science. These STRATA (Science To Raise And...

Scheme of Work for Students Working up to Level One

These resources, provided by The AstraZeneca Science Teaching Trust, include materials produced as part of The Cambridgeshire SEN Science Project which brought together a group of special schools and developed a scheme of work and an assessment/recording framework for science.

These STRATA (Science To Raise...

Science for All

Since 2010, Science for All has brought together science teachers and teaching assistants with expertise in special educational needs with curriculum developers from the Centre for Science Education (CSE) at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU). This collaboration has developed a range of resources to help support SEN...

Science for All Project Report: Implications for Autism

This report, by the Autism Centre at Sheffield Hallam University, analyses the case studies produced for the Science For All Project to identify those parts of each study that may have particular relevance for students on the Autistic Spectrum in relation to teaching and learning.

The report gives an...

STRATA Schemes

The Cambridgeshire SEN Science Project, funded by the AstraZeneca Science Teaching Trust,
brought together a group of special schools and developed a scheme of work and an assessment/recording framework for science. The STRATA: Science To Raise And Track Achievement materials address the particular issues...

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