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New approaches are needed for science in primary schools.

Bolden, D. and Tymms, P. and Merrell, C. (2008) 'New approaches are needed for science in primary schools.', Primary leadership today. (14). pp. 17-19.


The current approach to primary science is not working. So say the findings from a Wellcome Trust-commissioned review. The drive to raise standards in literacy and numeracy is skewing the primary curriculum. The following article summarises some of the main points from the report.

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