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Using Equipment

These short videos are part of the Licence to Cook course and are designed to be shown in class to demonstrate the how to use the electrical kitchen equipment that students will meet in the practical cooking sessions. The demonstrations include:

*Using a hand held whisk *Using a blender *Using a hand...

Getting Started

From Licence to Cook, these three short videos are intended to be shown in class to demonstrate some of the basic skills needed for students’ first cooking sessions. The short videos can either be used to introduce a new technique that students will be using in a cooking session or used to recap skills...

Primary Design and Technology

In this Teachers TV programme, three design and technology products are put to the test in classrooms around the country. They are then reviewed by an expert panel composed of Professor Clare Benson, director of the Centre for Resource Curriculum Development in Primary Technology (CRIPT) at UCE Birmingham, Ray...

Fundamentals of Design - Moving Pictures

In this resource from Teachers TV the need for more design and evaluation in Key Stage One is explored. An Ofsted report highlights that often more focus is put on making the final product and children are not given the time to gain the knowledge and understanding to make their own products.

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Fundamentals of Design - Virtual Pets

In this resource from Teachers TV, Key Stage Two teacher Pauline Hannigan delivers a three day project on virtual pets to her mixed Year Five and Six class. Throughout the programme, Cornwall LEA Design and Technology advisor David Prest and fellow primary teacher Teresa Wilton discuss which aspects of the...

Rowde Country Soup with Soda Bread

In this resource from Teachers TV, Chef Peter Vaughan visits a Year Five class at Rowde Primary School to help children become involved in cooking food grown in their school garden. Children have been developing an awareness of where their food comes from by growing vegetables in their school garden. Peter wants...

Toby Oliver - Making Bridges

In this resource from Teachers TV, Primary STEM Ambassador Toby Oliver inspires and engages a Year Five class with a bridge building activity. Toby is a track engineer for London Underground who was inspired at school by his physics lessons and wants to help schools deliver engaging engineering lessons.

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Colour in Our Hall

In this resource from Teachers TV, children from Beacon Primary School in Cornwall work on an aspect of school improvement with designer Kevin McCloud. The idea for this project comes from The Sorrell Foundation and is called the Joinedupdesignforschools project, which gives children a major say in how an aspect...

Choosing the Right STEM Degree Course: Investigating the Information Available

This report focuses on progression from post-16 education in schools and colleges into STEM first degree programmes and proposes a number of recommendations for improving levels of communication among the main stakeholders.

SCORE commissioned the Centre for Education and Industry, which is based at the...

The Whole Curriculum in Primary Schools

Published in 1993 by the Association for Science Education, this report was a response to concerns about primary curriculum overload and the place of science as a core subject within the curriculum. A task group including practising teachers, a primary head teacher, a science adviser, lecturers and researchers in...

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