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The Partnership in Primary Science Project. Funded by the Astrazeneca Science Teaching Trust. One of the aims of the Partnership in Primary Science Project was to set up a community of practice in which continuing professional development would occur with respect to science and ICT.

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the partnership in primary science project

The Partnership in Primary Science Project

Funded by the Astrazeneca Science Teaching Trust

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One of the aims of the Partnership in Primary Science Project was to set up a community of practice in which continuing professional development would occur with respect to science and ICT.

  • The project team met once a month face to face and maintained online communication during the interim period.
  • A by product of the key aim was the creation of resource materials for teachers and children. The resource materials have been developed and tried by the teachers involved in the project.
  • The material in this CDROM, contains video clips of the teachers explaining how they organised one particular theme (classification/rainforests), some examples of pupils work involving the Powerpoint, and a brief overview of the lessons.
the project team
The Project Team
  • Teachers: Judith Heron (Aberuthven Primary School), Alison Angus (Allans Primary School), Morag Clark, Leslie Telfer (Clackmannan Primary School), Jan Coutts, Linda Kirk (Dysart Primary School), Angus Black, Pat MacCowan (Killearn Primary School ), Susan Bode, Nicki Robertson (Kinross Primary School), Nancy McGrandles (Lochearnhead Primary School), Jennie Dale, Shirley McArthur( Pitreavie Primary School), Marion Broadfoot (St Serfs Primary School), Bernie McDonald, Anne Comrie (Strathyre Primary School),
  • Teacher Education: Diane McMichael, Andrea Priestley, Dr Susan Rodrigues (University of Stirling)
  • Scientists/Engineers: Dr Jim Jardine (Retired physics lecturer) John Crowley, (Bioreliance lab supervisor), Stephen Carmichael (Bioreliance, biotechnologist), Logan Nesbith (Chemist, Syngenta Ltd), Dr Maureen Cooper (Lecturer, University of Stirling), Patricia Steele (University of Stirling graduate), Thomas Young, (Glass specialist, Village Glass).
  • Steering Group: Prof. Sally Brown (University of Stirling), Jonathon Anderson (Stirling Council), Helene Witcher (Clackmannanshire Council)
  • ICT support: Simon Booth, Louise Hicks, Phillip Crompton, (University of Stirling)
  • Funded by Astrazeneca Science Teaching Trust