Cutteslowe Primary School in North Oxford is the winner of The Big Science Event 2014, the annual celebration of the achievements of young school scientists across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and West Berkshire. A Year Six team of four took first prize in the competition for their investigation exploring which material makes the best paper planes. The […]... Read more.
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Overchurch Infant School in Upton is the winner of The Big Science Event 2014, the inaugural celebration of the achievements of young school scientists across Wirral and West Cheshire. Sam Jacobs, Emily Goodenough, Ruby Roberts and Lucy Hayes from Year Two took first prize in the competition for their investigation which explored how ice melts […]... Read more.
Erik Shonstrom, founder of American summer camp “Noman Youth Adventures” and advocate for Richard Louv’s campaign to reconnect children and nature, wrote recently of the benefits gained by the Finnish approach to education, which promotes outdoor play as a prerequisite of learning. While across the UK parents, teachers and play workers are petitioning for longer […]... Read more.
Results of the healthy eating programme Active For Life Year 5 (AFLY5), trialled in schools across the South West of England, have concluded that it had minimal effect on the lifestyles of children involved. The programme, organised by researchers from the University of Bristol, combined teacher training and lesson plans with homework activities and take-home […]... Read more.