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Final report of the Commission on assessment without levels

DfE Advice for schools on assessment after the removal of the national curriculum levels system for grading children.Pages 20-24 cover the principles that underpin assessment policies.Page 41 recommends what trainees should learn about assessment during their training.  Page 38 onwards considers assessment...
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2010 to date

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Vacancy: Automotive Technician

Do you want to lead the support for our combustion engine test facility? Are you a specialist in automotive technology, including test bed facilities, dynamometer instrumentation and engine management software?

We are looking for a professional and proactive individual to join our team and support teaching,...


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Vacancy: Engineering Technician

Do you want to help support our students in both teaching and research engineering areas? Are you an engineering technician looking for a new and varied challenge as part of one of the leading Engineering Schools in the country?  Do you want to make a difference to world class teaching and research activities...


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Literature review of assessment for learning in science

This literature review stems from a project funded by NFER which researched Assessment for Learning in science
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2010 to date

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Combustion

The resources in this list explore combustion through exciting demonstrations and investigations.A great lesson to start the topic off is a  predict-observe-explain activity, where students explore different ways of extinguishing a flame with some surprising results:  https://www.stem.org.uk/rx354r
Publication date:
30 March 2017

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Baccilus Subtilis or not?

I inherited a slope culture claiming to be Baccilus subtilis but I have my doubts.

I have created my own slope cultures and agar plate. A photo of these are attached.

The life is green and fuzzy.

Would someone advise whether this is definatley NOT B.s, could be or might be?

Maybe it is...


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Taste, food and digestion

This list provides further ideas and resources for teachers taking part in the BBC Terrific Scientific campaign. It offeris activities linked to healthy eating, taste and digestion. 
Publication date:
14 December 2016

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Catching up in maths

The series of 15 differentiated titles in five units contains follow-up work and reinforcement work for all the main topic areas of the Maths National Curriculum at levels 1, 2, 3 and 4. Three titles per unit - A, B and C. Each is at a different NC level to facilitate work with pupils of varying ability. Every title...
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2000 - 2009

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Electricity generation and the National Grid

The resources in this collection will enrich schemes of work for GCSE physics, and cover electricity generation, energy sources and domestic appliances.An inspirational film to start off the topic shows Faye Banks - the north-east electrical transmission and asset manager for National Grid.  Since growing up...
Publication date:
06 March 2017

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Fusion

The resources in this list support nuclear physics at post-16, and link to nuclear particles (neutrons, protons and alpha particles), nuclear isotopes, beta decay and half-life, alpha decay, fusion reactions and fusion energy, the statistical nature of beta decay and half-life, stars, energy generation in stars, and...
Publication date:
06 March 2017

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