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Exciting news … our re-designed website, www.faradayschools.com is now ‘live’

Exciting news … our re-designed website, www.faradayschools.com is now ‘live’ providing fresh and lively resources for instant use in the classroom this autumn!

The following stills taken from the videos give a flavour of the topics covered on the website.

Year 8 pupils at Maiden Erlegh School in Reading invite Galileo into their classroom.

 

A fingerprint expert from Thames Valley Police explains that scientists are confident that fingerprints are unique.
Two further stories from the history of science illustrate the ways in which ideas in science are tested and supported by observations.

 

Year 9 pupils write to Darwin to discover what really happened at the Oxford Museum.

 

Pupils compare the style of a police report and a poem.
Physicist and Christian Dr Ard Louis explains that in his view, the Creation story is not written in a journalistic style.

 

The Cosmic Calendar – Year 10 pupils attempt to order the major events in the Universe’s history, fitting them into the scale of a year.

With sections ordered by key stage (3,4&5), the videos stand alongside lots of fun web pages for pupils; white-board presentations for whole class teaching; lesson plans with helpful teacher notes as well as a selection of more probing articles by prominent scientists (religious and atheistic) which we recommend for interest and for extension work.

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