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Do It Yourself (DIY) Differentiation Board to Promote Resilience

This is a photo of my display board which is a collection of materials to promote resilience. The second slide is annotated to show what the different things are!

I use it in conjunction with my 4 B's strategy, ie if you need help, have you used your Brain, Book, Board (this is the board element!!) or...


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Rethink Your Drink / Snack

I've created a display showing the amount of sugar in popular soft drinks and snacks in my school.  Images of the drinks are accompanied by bags of sugar accurately weighed out.  Its a very powerful display, the students are amazed at the amount of sugar in their favourite drinks/snacks.

This...


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Food Provenance

This display was created by a colleague who unfortuantly is off at the moment so I'm entering on her behalf.  It's for the new Food and Nutrition AQA course. The resource materials are the AQA Food Preparation & Nutrition Course Work book for the GCSE Food Provenance subject.  This course is...


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Exploring habitats

Form 2 at Great Ballard have begun to experiment with growing seeds in different habitats. We hope that this will help us understand how to help plants grow in a hostile environment such as mars!

They have planted mixed salad leaves in a dry sand tray (to represent the desert), a wet and cold earth tray (to...


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Ermington Primary School

As part of our science week I organised 4 space related activites for KS2. One looked at craters from asteroid impacts on the moon with volcanoes filling in large craters soon after the birth of the moon (Rosetta Primary resource book). The second activity required children to construct Tim Peake's space...


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Ermington Primary School

During our Science week KS2 thoroughly enjoyed tasting packets of 'Astronaut chocolate icecream' and discussing why the food needed to be contained in a small foil package. After the tasting they were tasked with designing and making their own space food. This included designing the packaging, ingredients...


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Ardley Hill Academy

Year 5 have been learning about healthy hydration and how our urine helps us to judge whether we are hydrated or dehydrated. We used water and food colouring to create a colour chart that helps us judge our hydration levels.

We discussed the effects of dehydration and why hydration is particularly important...


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Liskeard Hillfort Primary School

The Great British Space dinner

In Year 5 we wanted to create a dinner and a drink that woulde be tasty but also nutitional for the astronauts aboard the  International Space Station. We began by finding out out about life on the ISSm and the exercise undertaken by the astronauts to help prevent bone...


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Diversity in STEM - if not you, then who?

It is still the case that women, disabled people, people from ethnic minorities and people from socially disadvantaged groups are underrepresented in the STEM workforce at all levels.

To try and help redress this imbalance in the STEM workforce we need to ensure that the pool of talent from which the next...


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Churchfield Church School science week

A massive thank you to Jo Richardson who joined us to lead an amazing science week.  All year groups were involved but my personal highlights were Reception who investigated what happens to food when it is stored and how to package it best for a trip to the ISS.

Year 4 looked at the effect variables...


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