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Uphill Primary School - South West

The Year 5/6's enjoyed sharing their Space adventure stories with the children in EYFS/ Y1. The younger children were a captive audience and listened carefully to the stories inspired by the older children's story telling abilities. In return the younger children were keen to share their own work and...


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Uphill Primary School - South West

The Year 5/6's created their own constellations using black card. They used apps on the ipads to understand how they looked at night and then when they finished them, held them up in the light to see what they looked like in daylight. They then made an excellent display in our windows so everyone could be...


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Uphill Primary School - South West

The children in Year 5/6 enjoyed making quizzes on space to test the knowledge of their friends and family.  They used the knowledge they had gained over the course of the project to compile the quizzes. The subject areas included; planets, constellations, exploration and the solar system. Have a go at them...


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Uphill Primary School - South West

The Year 5/6's have thoroughly enjoyed learning about space this term. Have a look at our project board to see all the areas we have covered.


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FREE Antarctic Talk in York (12th June)

There is a FREE public at St Peter's School in York on Monday 12th June at 7pm.  It is looking at how isolation affects the crew at the research stations and might be an interesting talk.  The link for tickets are below.  You may wish to promote this to families or students (I am aware of...


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What are antibubbles and how are they changing the world?

Add a twist to your lessons on states of matter by investigating antibubbles.What are antibubbles?Most students will be familiar with bubbles that can be created by blowing air into a film of soapy water. These bubbles consist of a volume of air enclosed by a membrane of liquid. The bubble is held as a sphere by forces between the liquid molecules ...

How to manage student coding projects

Programming projects are central to computing, but managing them can tie you up in knots. Submitting and commenting code via email, printouts, screenshots, shared drives – these will get you by but don’t scale well.The pros share code using Git or other version control systems – and teachers can use GitHub for free. The learning curve is steep, however, so...

Professional Registration for Arts Technicians - latest update

Hi everyone,

Did you see the announcement back in November 2016 regarding the Institute for Science, Technology and the Arts' new initiative championing arts and media technicians?

I am pleased to be able to provide you with an update on our work in this area. Please check out our latest blog...


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Reception children are excited by rockets and space!

Our youngest children dressed an astronaut, made rockets and asked our space ambassador a million questions!


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