a ray of hope

I have been very quiet on the blog front for the last few weeks. There is a reason for this which I will divulge at some point. All I can say at the moment is that I think the primary science horizon looks a little bit brighter than it did.

When I started this, I thought it might be nice to get a couple of hundred readers. I never  imagined it would climb to two thousand. Big thanks to all of you who have dropped n.

About annegoldsworthy

Primary Science specialist. Going for more independent thinking and less being told what to think. And that goes for teachers as well as children. We need to change that draft curriculum for science. Follow me on twitter @afgoldsworthy
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2 Responses to a ray of hope

  1. Beth Budden says:

    As a primary science leader, I’m so glad to hear things are looking up! I wonder, I heard the Royal Society were trying to help create a ‘non-political’ primary science curriculum is that right? Can we get away from the upheavals every round of new government?

    • Quite agree beth – would be good to get a bit a stability Hadn’t heard about RS doing something but it sounds useful. In the meantime i think politicians change the curriculum because they find it is something they can do and put in place in the political timescale i.e. within 5 years before the next election.

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