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Classroom Tuned Percussion

In this ASE SYCD: Science Year Primary unit, pupils identify the different types and materials of classroom-tuned percussion instruments.

Pupils explore vibration, pitch and volume, explore amplification and think about the responsible use of tropical timber.

Classroom instruments offer many...

Kites

Kites, an ASE SYCD: Science Year Primary resource, explores the variety of kite designs around the world, together with the scientific principles that keep kites aloft.

It provides a fun way of exploring some types of forces. There is a strong multi-cultural element through looking at kites around the world...

How to Design an Inclusive Industrial Visit

Produced by the Industrial Trust, Business & Education South Yorkshire and JIVE (Joint Interventions), this leaflet identifies hints and tips to help organisers of visits to industry. Often organisations that are prepared to offer industrial visits to their sites are unaware of the action they can take to make...

Practice Book 3a

These materials, produced by the Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching (CIMT) for the primary extension of the Mathematics Enhancement Programme, include the pages from Practice Book 3a with detailed lesson plans and all necessary resources to accompany them....

Practice Book 5a

These materials, produced by the Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching (CIMT) for the primary extension of the Mathematics Enhancement Programme, include the pages from Practice Book 5a with detailed lesson plans and all necessary resources to accompany them. Within these resources students review number...

Science Passport

This resource published by ASE provides a template for successful bridging activities in the transition between primary and secondary schools. Science Passport offers a choice of investigations and structured follow-ups relevant to school science. The adapted version...

Eating and Drinking

This topic, from the Association for Science Education and aimed at students aged 8-12, focuses on nutrition and the links between diet and health. Students reflect the cultural significance of diet. The topic allows classes in schools across the world to exchange information about food and health.

After...

Food Glorious Food

This topic, from the Association for Science Education, explores the cultural aspects of food. The topic allows classes in schools across the world to exchange information about the foods found locally, and the connections between diet and health.

After exchanging their findings and views with students in...

Plants and Me

This topic, from the Association for Science Education, explores the importance of plants. The topic allows classes in schools across the world to exchange information about plants grown locally, the value of these plants and how they are used.

After exchanging their findings and views with students in other...

Scheme of Work

The MEP Scheme of Work, provided by the Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching, is clearly specified for Years One to Six and is part of a complete Year 1 to Year 11 plan with associated written and mental tests. There is a focus on numeracy skills in the early years but maths is treated as an integrated...

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