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Explorify is an exciting programme of free activities for primary school teachers. Pioneered by the Wellcome Trust there are a wealth of free resource of engaging, creative science activities for primary school learning. They have been designed to spark curiosity, discussion and debate.
From video to hands-on activities, it’s easy to get Explorifying!
The Greater Manchester Engineering Challenge is an innovative project that aims to engage and inspire primary and secondary pupils and their teachers in the engineering design process and developing engineering habits of mind.
The challenge is sponsored by the Institute of Engineering and Technology and the Institute of Mechanical Engineers and forms part of the Engineering Education Grant Scheme.
This year’s challenge will focus on Engineering improves lives.
This year the challenge is top secret until the 19th March 2019. A series of challenges using the Engineering Design Process will be offered to schools, encouraging pupils to think as engineers to help find creative solutions to key issues that we face in society. Topics include:
Who is it for? GMEC is aimed at pupils between 7-13 years of age, anywhere in the world!
Am I eligible to be involved? Any school can get involved in the challenge. All the challenges and resources you will be accessible through this website as they are released. To ensure you don’t miss any resources – sign up today and we will send them to your email address when they are released.
Whizz Pop Bang together with the Great Science Share for Schools are encouraging support for this awesome campaign called Kids Against Plastic to help tackle the huge problem of plastic waste. Download this FREE activity pack and learn how to be kids against plastic!
A bespoke interactive activity pack for teachers to use in class offers guidance to involve children in reducing the amount of plastic we use. Whether you’re a teacher, a Brownie or Scout leader, grandparent or parent, the Kids Against Plastic campaign is for everyone to learn how to help in the fight against our reliance on plastic.
Ella and Amy are truly an inspirational pair of Great Science Sharers!