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The Great Bug Hunt 2020

The winners of this year’s Great Bug Hunt competition have been announced and this has by far and away been the best year EVER!
With well over 1,000 entries received, families have hunted and had fun together and the entries have shown how enterprising people have been in the current lock-down situation.

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BEST

Best Evidence Science Teaching (BEST) is a collection of free research evidence-informed resources for effective teaching of difficult ideas, embedded formative assessment and adaptive lesson planning. It is initially focussed on science at ages 11-14.

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Tassomai

Tassomai's Learning Program offers schools an additional resource to support remote learning for students and for supporting flipped learning.

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GCSEPod

GCSEPod is an online, multi-subject learning platform that is underpinned by short videos called 'Pods' It offeres schools an additioanal resource to support remote learning and for supporting flipped learning.

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Latest Resources

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  • COVID-19
    The science of COVID-19. This is a free course aimed at teenagersand young adults that explores the science behind the COVID-19 pandemic.
    It is brought to you by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and OpenLearn.

    www.schoolscience.co.uk/thescienceofcovid-19



  • Learning from home?

    Are you looking for activities that will engage you children aged 5-16 whilst they areclearning at home? Practical Action have pulled togather their top learning resources that will inspire you and your children during the lockdown period. Activites link to the formal UK curriculum.
    www.schoolscience.co.uk/practicalactionhomelearningresources

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    CREST Awards
    CREST is a scheme that provides student-led project work in the STEM subjects. It is aimed at young people aged 5-19, and gives them a chance to choose their own subject and methodology when completing a hands-on investigation.

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