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Underground boat trips and hands-on workshops

Bring your students for a day trip they'll never forget, taking a journey underground by canal boat into the limestone mines and caverns underneath the heart of the Black Country.Our school visits are tailored for age group and include a 45 minute boat trip, a 45 minute workshop led by our staff and an hour of...

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Everything Dinosaur Teaching Blog

Written by dinosaur experts and teachers, the Everything Dinosaur Teaching Blog is a free resource to help teachers, teaching assistants and educational specialists.  It provides information and best practice examples of teaching about rocks, fossils, dinosaurs, evolution and life in the past within schools....
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06 September 2017

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New to technical support in the Arts - looking for good practice

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I'm fairly new to Technical Support (Faculty of Arts & Humanities, Manchester Metropolitan University) in the Arts and would like to visit some other University workshops, studios and galleries to get advice and inspiration!  If anyone is happy for me to pay them a visit to have a look...


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Developing a professional registration scheme for Arts Technicians

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I am registrar with the Institute of Science and Technology and I am looking for volunteers to become part of a working group to develop our 'Registered Practioner' registration scheme for non-science technicians.  There are recognised registration schemes for Science and Engineering...


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Real Science or Just Bangs? (Science of Fireworks show)

Explore the colourful and explosive world of pyrotechnics as Matthew Tosh deconstructs the STEM behind firework displays.He'll demonstrate how to create colours, different sound effects, shock waves and perfectly timed bursts in time to music, whilst ensuring that displays are safe. Fully customisable to fit your...

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Science and Art Day - ideas!?

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I am trying to organise a science and art day at my school and would value some ideas/support with resources. The children will be mixed up into classes spanning Y3 - Y6. I want to make it really engaging and creative, does anyone have any ideas for activities which involve science and art? I...


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Video on Solargraph pinhole camera creation

How to make a pinhole camera for your class in a few minutes which can take a 6 month image of the sun crossing the sky. A cheap and simple way to introduce students to the solar system, light, recycling, history of science, ICT and photographyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtZOWEB_wcI&feature=youtu.be 
Publication date:
22 November 2017

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Light and Dark

A practical investigation of a range of different fuels used by the Romans lasting approximately one hour. The children (Upper Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2) will have the chance to investigate and record the properties of different fuels, including charcoal, beeswax and olive oil, and then relate their...

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Tech4primary

Tech4primary has a real passion for Engineering & Design. We exist to help create tomorrows inventors, encouraging children of all abilities to tinker and discover, to sow a seed, to wonder & to ask questions so they have the confidence & basic knowledge to grow up wanting to invent & build! We offer...

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Architecture Workshops STEM Workshops For Key Stage Two

Key Stage 2 workshops further develop pupils Fine and Gross Motor Skills as part of a wider remit to enable Teamwork, Creativity, Problem Solving, Higher Order Thinking and Growth Mindset.Key Stage 2 workshops are divided into two categories: Build_IT and KRE8Build_IT Workshops are focused practical tasks using,...

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