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New report shows wide-reaching impact of STEM Ambassadors

An important new report, based on independent evaluation and feedback, looking at the impact made by STEM Ambassadors shows:STEM Ambassadors inspire young people to better engage with, and continue to study, STEM subjects and explore STEM careers.STEM Ambassadors have a positive impact on their own organisations,...

Pokemon! Evolution, Adaptation and Classification

This display uses pokemon to help explain the biological topics of Evolution, Adaptation and Classification. In the game Pokemon go, Pokemon evolve, are adapated to their surrondings and are classifified into groups depending on their powers and abilities. I have used this to relate Pokemon to science and...


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Animal Magic!

The wonderful world of animals provides an engaging, stimulating topic within which children can learn science.  From the animals that exist in the children's locality, observing them and providing them with animal-friendly habitat where they can be safe, survive and thrive, to how to...
Publication date:
16 March 2017

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Homes and houses

We all need a place to live.  As humans we need homes in which to take shelter; where we can feel safe and secure, whatever the environmental conditions, threats and dangers that exist outside the walls of our homes.  Other animals needs homes too and often have very different requirements...
Publication date:
16 March 2017

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Seasons and the weather

This list consists of lesson plans, activities and ideas to support the teaching of science through the topic of Seasons and the Weather. It shows how to link science to the topic, tips on using the resources, suggestions for further use and background subject knowledge to support teachers in delivering the science...
Publication date:
16 March 2017

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Countess Gytha Primary School

We have had a really successful Space Club!

Session 1&2 Children explored the universe through making models of the solar system.

We were really impressed with their work.

Take a look at our photo, to see their success!!


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Countess Gytha Primary School

Space Club...Session 3

We had fun creating rockets from junk modelling.  Some of us used a photo of the  'Saturn 6' to model our rockets on.

The best part was when we had finished, we launched them using an 'air pad' to see whose rocket reached the greatest heights!!! We are...


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Countess Gytha Primary School

Space Club -Session 5

We were fortunate enough to have a 'space case' from Joanne Richardson for this session.

The Children learnt lots about which mataerials would be good to make a space craft, as you can tell from the photos below.

The children were particularly fascinated with the...


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Rode Heath - Year 6 Science

Year 6 have been studying the topics of light and electricity this term. This display represents a collection of some of the investigations they have enjoyed.


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Edina Trust Science grants for nurseries and primary schools

The Edina Trust gives non-competitive £500 science grants to all primary schools in  Belfast, Derry/Londonderry, Dumfries & Galloway, East Ayrshire, Hartlepool, Lincolnshire, Merthyr Tydfil, Middlesbrough, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Sunderland, and West...


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