Ramble #9: #TeamBoxSet (WARNING GAME OF THRONES SPOILERS)

A couple of months ago, I got lucky. Very lucky. Probably what can only be described as winning the educational lottery.  I beat Clare Sealy to the punch with the idea of a science curriculum should be like a box set. Here’s what I wrote in Ramble #6:  ’I like to think of curriculum as … Continue reading Ramble #9: #TeamBoxSet (WARNING GAME OF THRONES SPOILERS)

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Ramble #6 Achieving coherence in primary science (Why primary Science needs to be less like the Simpsons and more like Game of Thrones)

Before reading this, it will be helpful, if you are not already, to become familiar with the National Curriculum for primary science – it can be found here https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/425618/PRIMARY_national_curriculum_-_Science.pdf Disclaimer: I am not a science specialist but have engaged with science teachers where possible. If you spy any scientific errors/improvements that can be made within … Continue reading Ramble #6 Achieving coherence in primary science (Why primary Science needs to be less like the Simpsons and more like Game of Thrones)