The excitement of science
Some 11,000 children have taken part in projects using everyday materials. Mark Patterson reports.
Save the Dolphins!
How can children help to protect New Zealand’s threatened dolphins? Crispin Andrews offers an inspiring new WebQuest.
Fish and ships
Applying science to real life situations has inspired a new generation of scientists. Susan Gebbels reports.
Empowering young people to say no to smoking
National anti-smoking charity, The Deborah Hutton Campaign, has just launched Cut Films, an innovative competition which challenges young people to make a short creative flm about ‘why smoking isn’t cool’.
An alternative to computer-based mathematical games has caused children to ‘hug each other in excitement’. Alan Parr explains.
What Arts Award can do for you
Alice Young reflects on how the Arts Award qualification helps teachers to support creative learning.
Follow the yellow brick road
Connecting on a human level must be at the heart of creative practice, argues Hywel Roberts.
The critical step
James MacGregor introduces the application of ‘the critical step’ to the interpretation of Rilke’s poem ‘The Bullfight’. He also explains how the critical step can be applied not just to Literature, but across the curriculum.
The shocking strangeness of the surprisingly small
Jonathan Beesley reports on a learner-led project-on quantum physics.