Posts Tagged ‘science’

Wednesday – Who could’ve predicted this…

March 13, 2013

A Mr WillIam, who I’m reliably informed is a musician of some kind, has pledged £500,000 towards Science education via the Prince’s Trust. Just a click on this generous and clearly very wise man will take you to the full story courtesy of the Beeb:


Tuesday – Welcome back!

September 11, 2012

I know we’ve been back a whole week already but things have been really busy!

I’m going to make a real effort to use this blog and twitter to share hints, tips and extra resources to support my teaching. So watch this space for that!

I will of course also be sharing anything strange/interesting/exciting from the world of Science…


New Scientist / PJ Rudall

…Like this African fruit, which has recently come to the attention of scientists. It’s shiny blue appearance is not down to any pigment, but how the light reflects from its surface.

In slightly sadder news, however…



…The Court of Appeal has rejected The Badger Trust’s last ditch attempt to halt the government’s controversial planned cull of badgers to halt the spread of TB in cows. We could be seeing a lot less of these already elusive creatures.