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Science Resources Welcome to the Science Resources page. If you have a resource, work sheet, lesson plan or idea that you would like to send to us, then please use the submit link below.
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A great site. All the everyday things around us that we take for granted, the answers to how it all works are here. Explore................and have fun.
A simple demonstration of conduction.
An interactive activity exploring food chains.
A huge collection of video clips and still images covering news, sport, social history and entertainment from 1896 to 1970.
KS1 Museum Service Education newsletter for june 2006, Featuring Our Across the board exhibition and teaching sessions at Luton Museum.
The Practical Support Pack is an online collection of high quality lesson content, lesson plans, multimedia resources and ICT support materials designed to help teachers develop their teaching practice using ICT.
Dell Farm is a 36 bed residential centre catering for primary and secondary pupils. The Centre is located on the Dunstable Downs next to Whipsnade Wild Animal Park.
In this exciting interactive taught session your pupils will investigate the materials used to construct carriages and compare them with those available today.
How did wheels develop?, How does their design affect their performance ?, Why are springs important?, What was it like to ride in a carriage without suspension?
Luton Libraries have a subscription to the on-line version of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, it is accessible via all the computers in the towns libraries.
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