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PST Newsletters


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PST Newsletter - Autumn 2013 - #57

In this edition : dissecting animals organs, how many plants have you eaten today ?, don't get close to an Alpaca, Be Safe, The Grid (Teaching H&S) from the MSA, the Gratnells / CLEAPSS Primary Science Competition 2013.

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PST Newsletter - Summer 2013 - #56

In this edition ; knit you own body, Guide G204: Pupil with motor impairment, CSI Warrington, CLEAPSS Primary Science Competition 2013, Making your own woodlice colony.

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PST Newsletter - Spring 2013 - #55 In this issue : Showing the flow of water in plants, CLEAPSS Primary Science Competition 2012 winners, Solar Aid resources, CLEAPSS Primary Science Competition 2013 (Enter Now!), High Power AA Batteries a new danger ?, Storing chemicals in a primary school and Supplementary Risk Assessments in Primary Science.
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PST Newsletter - Autumn 2012 In this issue: Playdough circuits, the ever evolving primary curriculum, the CLEAPSS primary ecology competition, resources for the classroom, and resources for being a Science coordinator.
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PST Newsletter - Summer 2012 In this issue:CLEAPSS Ecology Competition, Investigating colours, Start and explosion.... of life, Studying micro-organisms in primary
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PST Newsletter - Spring 2012

In this issue: CLEAPSS Ecology competition, Losing the science, Cool it schools, Why are trees so important, Getting warmer, What can I grow, Keeping bees, Japanese Knotweed, Egg boxes for art, making cameras.

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PST Newsletter - Autumn 2011

In this issue: A beekeeping primary school, Learning out of doors, Celebrity science, Chemical labelling changes, Making slime.

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PST Newsletter - Summer 2011

In this issue: CLEAPSS primary guides, the ASE, connecting children and nature, Guinea pigs, disclosing tablets, tadpoles, smoking machines.

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PST Newsletter - Spring 2011

In this issue: Primary D&T, new edition of Be Safe!, Natural history photography competition, New teaching resources.

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PST Newsletter - Autumn 2010

In this issue: School grounds, Cambridge Primary Review and the Primary Science Quality Mark and Getting Practical projects