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    CPD support from the Primary Science Teaching Trust

    Explore professional development resources, webinars and support from the Primary Science Teaching Trust.

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    Edina Trust Science Grant Scheme

    Guaranteed £700 grants for primary science equipment and activities for schools in selected areas of the UK. Schools can create a bespoke science equipment shopping list or choose from a range of pre-filled forms on a range of common primary science areas of learning.

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    Celebrating Scientists with Explorify

    Explorify have a collection of activities which focus on diverse STEM professionals, past and present, called Celebrating Scientists. For example, who is Kiara Nirghin? Who is Charles Macintosh? Or you can learn about the role of a ‘super broccoli’ food research scientist and an air pollution scientist.

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    Explorify is an online primary science resource which is free to join and has hundreds of activities to engage children and get them thinking and talking

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    Engineering Educates Challenge

    The Engineering Educates Farmvention Challenge inspires 7-14 year olds by allowing them to apply maths, science, design technology and computing skills through the context of farming and agricultural engineering. All the resources are free.

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    I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here

    I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here allows you to connect your learners with scientists in online, text-based live chats. Free to state-maintained schools thanks to funders including the RSC. Suitable for learners aged 10 and over. 

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    The Great Bug Hunt 2022

    Encourage your pupils to get outside to learn more about living things and their habitats and to use the outdoor classroom – try the Great Bug Hunt 2022

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    Exploring climate justice: a human rights-based approach

    This resource explores the concept of climate justice using case studies from Scotland and Somaliland. The resource takes a global citizenship approach and links to the Curriculum for Excellence. 

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    Chemistry World

    Chemistry, covered. Science news, research, reviews, features and opinions. Read Chemistry World to keep up with stories from across the chemical sciences.