Science Week 2022 (Primary)

Inspire pupils aged 4-11 to discover different types of growth for this year's Science Week theme. Curriculum-linked, flexible resources to excite your class in science! 

Resources

Biodiversity Challenge (Primary)

Help pupils find out about biodiversity before challenging them to come up with amazing ideas for a biodiverse, local, home for nature.

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Changing environments

How do human changes to the environment affect other living things, including moths and frogs? Video and activities.

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Design a tower activity

Animation, photo slideshow, PowerPoint, skill-builder video and accompanying worksheets on designing a tower.

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Energy explorers: Energy from the wind

Ask and answer questions about wind energy before taking the challenge and finding the best place for a wind turbine.

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Excellent eggs practical activities

Practical activities to explore why eggs are the shape they are, and how this helps to ensure the survival of bird and reptile species.

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Life cycles activity

Can you identify four different types of animal and their life cycles? Poster and enquiry-based learning activities.

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Living things and their habitats topic starter: Seed dispersal

Get pupils asking questions about living things and their habitats with this video, interactive and challenge for students.

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Plants practical investigation

How do human changes to the environment affect plants? PowerPoint presentation and resources for a practical experiment.

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My net zero community resources (primary)

Ready-to-go resources including a challenge video, case studies presentation, activity sheets and entry form. For pupils aged 9-11.

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Ready. Steady. Science! (primary)

A collection of fun and creative science experiences using simple items for ages 4-11.

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Science in stories: Jack & the Beanstalk

Can you help the giant get back to his castle? Over two lessons pupils will learn about trees and what they need to grow tall and strong.

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Sir David Attenborough

Inspire pupils with Sir David Attenborough’s life story, build understanding of animal life cycles and plan a wildlife documentary.

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