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Science for Primary Schools was a series of booklets produced by the Primary Science Committee of the Association for Science Education (ASE) soon after the formation of the ASE from two separate organisations, the SMA and the AWST in 1963. The series of five booklets...

The IDEAS pack consists of a set of training materials for use on continuous professional development courses together with a resources file to support the teaching of ideas and evidence in school science. The material draws on the work undertaken with teachers involved...

Spectrum maths

The Spectrum Maths series of books, aimed at primary and lower secondary level, were published to supplement the mathematics schemes that schools were already using. The series included books on investigations, data handling, games, algebra / shape and space, and number...

The Education Reform Act of 1988 established, amongst other things, the idea of a National Curriculum (NC) for England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The National Curriculum set out to “promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school and of society”; and “prepare such...

Teachers' Guides

The Nuffield Mathematics Project Teachers' Guides cover the topics of computation and structure, shape and size, and graphs leading to algebra. The books do not cover years, or indeed any specific time; they simply develop themes and therefore show the teacher how to allow one child to progress at a different pace...

Weaving Guides

The Nuffield Mathematics Project Weaving Guides are single-concept books which give detailed instructions or information about a particular subject.

The first two guides are concerned with the advent of calculators and computers and how they might be used to develop mathematical concepts.

The use...

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...

Primary Resources

The Biotechnology and Biological Science Research Council (BBSRC) commissioned a collection of resources for primary students and their teachers which cover a range of biology topics.

Resources in this collection:
*How the mushroom gots its spots
*Build your own cell
*Easy PEAsy seed...

Part of the Educational research in STEM subjects collection, this collection holds a variety of reports that cover a wide range of issues in science, mathematics and...

Year Three

The Year Three resources from the Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching (CIMT) are part of the Mathematics Enhancement Programme and include pages from the practice books, copymasters and comprehensive lesson plans and notes.

Year Four

These resources from the Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching (CIMT) for Year Four include pages from the practice books, copymasters and comprehensive lesson plans and notes.

Year Five

The Year Five resources from the Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching (CIMT) are divided into two Practice Books, each of which include pages from the practice books, copymasters and comprehensive lesson plans and notes.

Year Six

The Year Six resources from the Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching (CIMT) are part of the Mathematics Enhancement Programme (MEP) and include pages from the two practice books, each of which covers half of the year, copymasters and comprehensive lesson plans and notes.

Number Puzzles

A collection of number puzzles from the Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching (CIMT) .

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