Authors feature in Teach Primary Issue: 13.2

07 March 2019

‹Featured in Issue: 13.2 of Teach Primary are:

'3 STEM activities to do in 15 minutes. Engage children in science and innovation by trying these quick-fire exercises from Emily Hunt.'

'Expecting KS1 children to emulate 'Pupil H' and attain fluency in teh Goblet of Fire is a fantasy akin to the Harry Potter books themselves' by Sue Cowley.

'That much is evident. Avoid the perils of untested interventions that do more harm than good by embracing research-informed practice' by Professor John West-Burnham and Dave Harris.

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