As a primary school teacher, you have the important job of introducing young children to science. With this role comes the opportunity to encourage and nurture an interest in science that will grow with your students.
To help you give your students the best grounding in science education, we offer a range of support – along with our partners and primary teacher networks.
Browse our primary level classroom resources or read on to find out more about the work our partners do and how you can get in contact with your local education coordinator.
While schools are closed we will be bringing you extra support for teaching primary science, including highlighted resources and online events.
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Discover more about the properties of liquids with our liquids demonstration videos. It’s a great opportunity to have a party at home by having a ‘particle disco’ and making your very own lava lamp. Or you could use household liquids and discover their viscosity.
Find out how to practice separation techniques using kitchen cupboard equipment.
Learn how to draw a rainbow using homemade red cabbage indicator.
Our network of local education coordinators regularly visit networks of primary teachers. Why not get in contact and see if they have any dates in your area?
To bring you support specially suited to the primary classroom, we work in collaboration with partners.
Check out our main partner organisations below and follow the links to access primary science support for your classroom.
We have plenty of classroom resources suited to primary school age children. Have a look at our highlights below, or browse all of our resources on our primary resources page.