Switched on Science

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All of the support and resources that you'll need to teach the new science curriculum.

Switched on Science

Bring the new primary curriculum to life with Switched on Science. Packed full of hands-on experiments, creative investigations and new approaches to traditional topics, the series offers teachers original ways in which to run science lessons that will engage every pupil.

  • Each year is organised into six units, each providing half a term’s work
  • Topics are divided into flexible units which can be adapted to fit the time you have available
  • Includes engaging practical experiments and interactive activities for your whiteboard
  • Literacy, numeracy and ICT links are also provided
  • Assessment tests and guidance enable schools to demonstrate progress
  • The Key Stage 2 pack will be published in November 2013 and the Key Stage 1 pack in January 2014.

Plus free online access to tigtag science videos
When you buy Switched on Science you’ll get free online access to 6 tigtag science videos per year - amazing short films created to support science teaching.

What’s in each pack?

Teacher’s Guide

  • 6 topics covering the new National Curriculum
  • Each topic has 3 units (flexible lesson plans) full of creative activities and investigations
  • End of topic assessment and assessment guidance

Activity resources

  • All of the photocopiable pupil resources you’ll need to teach Switched on Science

Networkable CD-ROM (with permanent whole-school site licence)

  • All pupil resources and teacher materials in editable form
  • Digital interactive activities

Plus free online access to a tigtag video for every topic

  • Amazing short films created for the primary classroom to support the teaching of science

About the authors
Chris Sherry – established science educational author and former teacher
Danny Nicholson – former science teacher, independent trainer and consultant
Philippa Gordon – PGCE tutor at Oxford University, formerly a science teacher of 15 years experience
Alan Jarvis – science author and former Ofsted inspector
Shân Oswald – science advisor with 20 years teaching experience
Rosemary Feasey – science author, advisor and lecturer, and former chair of ASE


Lets make a stomach.pdf
Pie Corbett