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Prior to 1989 subjects such as CDT (Craft, Design and Technology - still then often called woodwork, metalwork and technical drawing in schools), Home Economics, Textiles (or Needlework) and Electronics were all separate subjects in secondary schools.

Since the introduction of the first National Curriculum...

Outlined in March 1985 (Science 5-16: A statement of policy DES), one intention of the National Curriculum was that all students aged 5 to 16 learn science – so there should be ‘Science for All’ in primary and secondary level education. The science taught should include both the ‘methods of science’ and the...

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Hair

Hair can be cut and sculpted into the latest fashionable shapes and can hold fast to all the colours of the rainbow. This article explores how hair grows and how...

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Climate Modelling

This article considers the scientific likelihood of the sudden onset of an ice age.

In Vitro...

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Discovering DNA

This article explores the structure of DNA and how it is copied across generations.

DNA...

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First Flight: the Wright Brothers

The first powered flight was made by the Wright brothers over a hundred years ago. Unlike the try-it-and-see methods used in many of...

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Life Beyond Earth

This articles looks at the methods used to detect if there is life elsewhere in the universe.

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Quick Reactions

This article looks at how the human body can make speedy responses; how the nervous system works and how nerve impulses pass around the human body.

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Plastics: an Insoluble Problem

This article looks at plastics, their uses and what happens to them once they are discarded.

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Fireworks: an Explosive Business

This article looks into how fireworks are made, set off and what gives them their particular colour or effect.

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LED Lighting: a Bright Future

Electric light bulbs have been in use for over a century. They work, but they waste most of the energy they receive. Work is being done at...

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A Life in Brine

Brine shrimps can easily be kept in a jar or aquarium. This article explores some aspects of their lives which are relevant to a GCSE science course....

The Nuffield Pathways Through Science course was developed to align with the very innovative and successful modular science course created by the Northern Examining and Assessment Board (NEAB now merged into AQA).

The...

The Nuffield Pathways Through Science course was developed to align with the very innovative and successful modular science course created by the Northern Examining and Assessment Board (NEAB now merged into AQA).

There were three biology modules:

  • Bodywise – covering human biology
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The Nuffield Pathways Through Science course was developed to align with the very innovative and successful modular science course created by the Northern Examining and Assessment Board (NEAB now merged into AQA). There were three Chemistry modules:
*Materials – featuring features solutions and a variety of...

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