BBC Terrific Scientific - Investigation Question
This year the Great Science Share for Schools has the honour of partnering with the national BBC Terrific Scientific campaign.
Terrific Scientific is an ambitious campaign from the BBC. Their goal is to inspire primary school pupils to discover their inner scientist.
Their approach has been to partner with leading universities to create a series of child-friendly nationwide scientific investigations, and the campaign will culminates this summer with Investigation 10 - Question.
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!
ScienceX - A Science Extravaganza
14-15th April 2018, intu Trafford Centre, Manchester
An interactive festival of science, engineering, experiments, exploration and discovery.
ScienceX is a free festival of fun and exciting activities which give you the opportunity to find out what science and engineering is all about.
intu Trafford Centre will host this thrilling weekend of discovery where you can get hands-on and be a scientist or an engineer. Conduct your own experiments, try out the latest amazing technology and meet some of the people behind the cutting edge research which is shaping the world around us.
To all the thrill-seekers, tech addicts, space explorers, creators and future scientists and engineers – get inspired at ScienceX.
GMEC aims to engage and inspire primary and secondary pupils and their teachers in the engineering design process and developing engineering habits of mind. This year’s challenge is focusing on Marble Runs.
Sponsored by the Institute of Engineering and Technology and the Institute of Mechanical Engineers, this project forms part of the Engineering Education Grant Scheme and is designed and developed by SEERIH at the University of Manchester.
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!