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How Stuff Changes

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Non-reversible changes that create new materials: KS2 science Non-reversible changes result in the formation of new materials. These can be the result of the burning of materials or of chemical reactions. Fire! Fir...

What Stuff Does

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Examine quarries, water cycles and reactive gas for KS2 science We are surrounded by materials. In this programme we look at the properties and uses of materials and find out about reversible change. Rocky Road looks...

Part 1 – Planning the Crime

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An innovative task turns Year 6 pupils into forensic scientists Four primary teachers plan an innovative way of engaging the children's interest in science. The project exploits the excitement of a real life crime sc...

Part 2 – Collecting the Evidence

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Pupils gather forensic evidence after discovering a crime scene A crime scene has been discovered by children from Year 6 at Wylde Green Primary School in the West Midlands. In this programme forensic scientist and S...

Part 3 – DNA Fingerprinting

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Will DNA testing finally reveal the school burglar? Only one piece of evidence from the post SATs Year 6 CSI Science project is left to be investigated - blood left at the crime scene. The children suspect that analy...

Part 4 – The Verdict

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The culprit is revealed as the teachers reflect on the project Year 6 have become crime scene investigators in a science project to discover who stole some trophies from a school shed. They've established a list of s...

Primary Science – The Role of Talk

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Ideas on how to encouage discussion in KS2 science lessons In a practical and group discussion-based science lesson with a class of KS2 pupils, Nicky Waller demonstrates a lesson inspired by the Children Challenge In...

Action!

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KS2 science: a four-section look at forces, friction and gravity Forces are all around us, but often hard to see. The best way to understand them is to see them in action. Feel the Force looks at what forces are, ...

Action!

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KS2 science: a four-section look at forces, friction and gravity Forces are all around us, but often hard to see. The best way to understand them is to see them in action. Feel the Force looks at what forces are, ...

Teaching the KS2 Snack Bar Lesson

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Teaching Key Stage 2 science pupils to think about their diets Matthew Tosh introduces a key stage 2 science lesson in which pupils are asked to take on the role of members of a Scientific Advisory Committee and deci...

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