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Food Chains

“A food chain shows how each living thing gets food, and how nutrients and energy are passed from creature to creature. Food chains begin with plant-life, and end with animal-life. Some animals eat plants, some animals eat other animals.” (Shepherd Software)...

Food Chain Videos

Online food chain videos are plentiful; they cover the processes in slightly different ways but many are suitable for use in KS2. It is occasionally good to use a video that displays things very clearly instead of lengthy explanations and many people are now making...

Refugee Week 2019 – 17 to 23 Jun 19

Refugee Week 2019 is 17 – 23 June. Children in UK schools are getting more and more used to hearing news broadcasters talking about refugees, especially those being rescued from the channel and those in Calais trying to enter this country by jumping on to lorries as...

Roy of the Rovers

in an attempt to engage more children and get them enthusiastic about reading, Roy of the Rovers and, just as importantly, his football playing sister, Rocky, are being brought to life in a new, up to date version of the old comic favourite. The comic book format has...

Water Transport

Water Transport is an interesting topic linked with many science projects such as floating and sinking. Whilst learning about the science, it may also be interesting have a quick look at the history! The video embedded below  ‘Sea Transport, Modes of Water...

Chance to Shine

Chance to Shine offers a new primary school sports programme which introduces cricket to children aged 5 – 11. This year, the group have created a powerful bank of resources, freely available for all primary schools. The resources have been designed for KS1,...