Animal Behaviour Toolkit – Opening a Can of Worms

Animal Behaviour Toolkit – Opening a Can of Worms

In this teacher toolkit, we will provide some examples of investigation topics, give you some tips on how to support your learners and give you the opportunity to create your own investigations with your pupils. This resource was created by the Easter Bush Science...

Science @Home | Marvellous Mixtures

Science @Home | Marvellous Mixtures

Use this Science @Home investigation to explore the question "Can I separate my leafy mixture?". Download the workbook, follow the instructions and build confidence in using the scientific method. Don't forget to collect a certificate! Created by the Easter Bush...

Science @Home | The Big Balloon Blow Up

Science @Home | The Big Balloon Blow Up

Use this Science @Home investigation to explore the question "Do yeast need sugar to grow?". Download the workbook, follow the instructions and build confidence in using the scientific method. Don't forget to collect a certificate! This resource was developed by the...

Science @Home | Wonder Worm

Science @Home | Wonder Worm

Use this Science @Home investigation to explore the question "Do worms prefer wet or dry places?". Download the workbook, follow the instructions and build confidence in using the scientific method. Don't forget to collect a certificate! Developed by the Easter Bush...

Have Fun with Maths

Have Fun with Maths

This is a collection of resources for P5-S3 students, aimed at developing problem solving and mathematical thinking. The resources focus on strategy games, and touch on applications of Mathematics to the context of transport systems. They contain a range of games and...

Project Soothe

Project Soothe

The resource provides a collection of wellbeing tools designed by young Citizen Scientists aged 10-21 years old. Children and young people are invited to test these wellbeing tools as young Citizen Scientists and to use them as self-help tools at their leisure. Children and young people are also invited to submit their own soothing images to the Project Soothe’s database which will be displayed in a gallery on the website. 

Edinburgh Maths Circle

Edinburgh Maths Circle

The Edinburgh Maths Circle is an opportunity for children aged 5 to 16 and their families to join us for an afternoon of fun and stimulating hands-on mathematics. This post gives you instructions to sign up to the mailing list to be notified of future events.

The April Maths Circle has been cancelled due to the current situation. 

If you would like to be notified of future Maths Circle events, you can subscribe to the Maths Circle mailing list. To do that, please send an email to sympa@mlist.is.ed.ac.uk with no subject, and text:

SUBSCRIBE edinburgh-maths-circle Name Surname QUIT

You will then receive an automatic email, asking you to confirm your subscription.

If you need any further information, please contact Francesca Iezzi by phone (0131 650 5842) or email (francesca.iezzi@ed.ac.uk).

Teach Computing Science: A guide for Primary and Early Years

Teach Computing Science: A guide for Primary and Early Years

Authors: Kate Farrell from Computing at School Scotland, Professor Judy Robertson from the University of Edinburgh, Professor Quintin Cutts from the University of Glasgow and Professor Richard Connor from the University of Stirling. This is an accessible guide to the...

Maths Trail: The Meadows

Maths Trail: The Meadows

This resource is a maths trail suitable for an older Primary or younger Secondary school pupil, suggesting mathematical questions that they could think about during a (socially distanced!) walk around The Meadows in central Edinburgh.

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