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The Great Bug Hunt 2020

'...it's so addictive I can guarantee once you've been on a bug hunt you will never, ever be bored again." (Nick Baker, naturalist and television presenter)
Now open to families and home educators!


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Regreen the desert

Regreen the desert is a great new STEM challenge for pupils aged 7-14 from Practical Action.

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IET Home-learning resources

The ever popular Faraday Challenge Day materials such as the Lighthouse keeper transfer activity are ideal for using at home with your children.

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Copper Development Association Resources

The Copper Development Association provides information on copper's properties and applications, essentiality for health, role in technology and the quality of life.

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Latest Resources

  • Space Talking
    LIVE Webinars: Space Learning for children and teenagers on Tuesdays.Space Talking with An Astronaut every Thursday with an astronaut giving a LIVE presentation and q & a. The programme is designed for adults and families and is for a limited sized audience.Please sign up and join Space Talking at:

    www.pintofscience.co.uk


  • Competitions

    There are lots of competitions on the schoolscience website. Many are open to home educating children and students.

     

    Click on the Competitions link above to visit the schoolscience Competitions page.

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    #LockdownLearning

    Teaming up with EatFarmNow, #LockdownLearning brings the world of food and farming and the joy of being out on the farm and in the countryside to the comfort of your own home during the current lockdown.



  • Save the Food Poetry Competition

    Climate experts say that tackling food waste is one of the most important things we can do to help the planet. So to get children engaged with the food waste movement, we’re inviting them to enter our Save the Food Poetry Competition. Open to children aged 11 and and under. The closing date is 31/3/2020.

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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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