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Primary science boost by Reach Out CPD

Primary science boost by Reach Out CPD


Primaries get rich science CPD from Imperial College and Tigtag - and it's free

Thinking like a scientist is a valuable skill. But according to a 2013 National Science Learning Centre report, only 5 per cent of primary school teachers have a science degree, and teachers themselves say that their confidence to give inspiring science lessons only rises when they have access to appropriate training, guidance and resources.

That's why Imperial College London and Tigtag, the online science resource, have collaborated to give every teacher free access to an exciting new training resource called Reach Out CPD. And some of its inspirational sources, including Professor Robert Winston, can also be seen at Imperial's World Teach In 2014 (see "Formulas for success at World Teach In 2014").

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Tapping into Codecademy at The Minster School

Tapping into Codecademy at The Minster School

John Partridge, at The Minster School, uses Codecademy with students for Computing. He explains why 

I started using Codecademy right at the beginning after a recommendation...

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Get your app published in Espresso's 'Hour of Code'

Get your app published in Espresso's 'Hour of Code'

The free 'Espresso Coding' service has an exciting schools competition to support Hour of Code week
Espresso Coding is putting its weight behind the Hour of Code [UK] campaign w...

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Broadband consortia step up Net choice for schools

Broadband consortia step up Net choice for schools

They've sorted out most school internet connections – their remit – so what next for the RBCs?
The Regional Broadband Consortia were set up in 2000 by the then Labour governmen...

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Tutorfair pledges help for ‘free meals’ kids from fees

Tutorfair pledges help for ‘free meals’ kids from fees

New online tutoring service aims for ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’
A new online booking service for tutoring, Tutorfair , has pledged to provide free tutoring for pupils on free school...

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