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4 reasons to try… Primary Science Teaching Trust

PSTT’s mission is to see excellent science teaching throughout the UK by supplying free teaching resources and support for teachers…

1 | Termly magazine

PSTT publishes the free Why & How? termly magazine for anyone interested in primary science, providing readers with free resources, climate science information, images to spark science conversation and much more.

2 | Free resources

PSTT offers resources to support teaching, learning, assessment and subject leadership in primary science.

Resources cover cross-curricular learning for primary as well as teaching and learning science in Early Years.

PSTT also raises awareness of diversity in science-related jobs with the ‘A Scientist Just Like Me’ resource.

3 | Planning support

PSTT delivers online Explorify Planning Support to help teachers get the most out of their science lessons.

Explorify is a website with 500+ science activities, and is the ideal starting point for teachers new to science or who wish to incorporate engaging activities in their lessons.

4 | Teacher awards

PSTT proudly sponsors the Primary Science Teacher Awards. This annual award celebrates outstanding primary science teaching across the UK.

Award-winning primary teachers become part of the PSTT College of Fellows and have access to a wealth of funding opportunities and support.

At a glance

  • PSTT resources offer cross-curricular links to history, D&T, music, reading and maths
  • Easy for teachers, parents and home schoolers to access FREE ready-to-go primary science resources
  • PSTT provides effective assessment tools for teachers to evaluate any age group

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