Science learning partnerships improve science teaching, including facilitating CPD and providing support for schools to increase the take-up of GCSE triple science.
Isaac Physics provides online extension material and continuing professional development, to help prepare students to study physics and related courses at university.
Project ENTHUSE provides bursaries to help teachers and technicians attend continuing professional development (CPD) courses.
The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) has become aware of two suppliers of scientific equipment that have mesh gauzes with asbestos-containing centers. The material on the gauzes is used for its heat resistant properties.
Research shows children are five times more likely to eat salad when they have grown it themselves. Rawpixel.com/ShutterstockSurvey the shelves of most supermarkets and you’ll no doubt be confronted with row upon row of food designed to appeal to chi..
A primary school in a deprived part of Bradford has gone from failing school to success story. The transformation, it says, is down to a decision to rebuild its curriculum around music.
Adyan, who is nearly five, can barely stand still in the school..
A Scottish-born chef has won an international culinary prize by using ingredients and cooking techniques learned from indigenous Australian people.
Jock Zonfrillo has visited hundreds of remote communities in Australia to understand the origins of in..
The story of two Mellanbys, some dogs, cats, mice, sheep, penguins…- Public Lecture
Interest in vitamin D has rapidly grown in recent years with numerous studies linking a lack of vitamin D to the development of a wide range of health problems in b..
PexelsAccording to the recently published Natwest Student Living Index, 64% of university students rated the stress of studying for their degree as seven or above out of ten. Other studies have estimated that up to 82% of UK university students suffe..
What do we understand to be the real substance of education? That was the question I posed nearly a year ago, in a commentary on the initial findings of our research into the primary and secondary school curriculum. I argued that the vast, accumulate..