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The Faulkes Telescope Project

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The Faulkes Telescope Project is designed to get pupils involved in research-based science education which aims to improve understanding and motivation.

Secondary school pupils studying space can make use of the wide range of Faulkes Telescope educational resources being made available via the website. The resources range from basic introductory activities through to data analysis. ...

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Olympic Games 2012 Resources and Links

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It is going to be a very exciting 2012 with the Olympic Games being hosted in the UK for what may be the only time during our lifetimes!

The official London 2012 education programme is called Get Set. If you haven’t done so already, register your school, college or educational establishment for Get Set. As well as creating opportunities for children and young people to get involved in the excitement of the London 2012 ...

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French Songs for Christmas – Videos suitable for the classroom

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Singing songs in a foreign language is a fun way of practicing pronunciation, reading and vocabulary in your target language. Here is a collection of Christmas / winter songs in French, sung by children with words on the screen rather like a karaoke. The first few songs, marked with stars, most people will recognise, these maybe good ones to start with. If anyone goes back over the whole collection from the website they will see ...

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IfranView

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IrfanView is a free graphics viewer for Windows. It is designed to be simple for beginners but has some of the powerful elements found in PhotoShop and could be ideal for use in primary schools.

It is particularly useful for creating panorama images where pupils / teachers can upload a collection of  images for comparison purposes in subjects such as history ...

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Bubbl-us

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Bubbl-us (http://bubbl.us/) is a new mind mapping application that lets pupils brainstorm online. It’s free and ideal for KS2 pupils.

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