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BBC Radio Lincolnshire

BBC Radio Lincolnshire

Today, Jacqui Thompson was invited on the Melvyn Prior morning show on BBC Radio Lincolnshire to discuss her School Forensic Science Workshops.

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Red Nose Day meets CSI Skegness!

Red Nose Day meets CSI Skegness!

Red Nose Day meets CSI ………. KS2 Primary School Pupils investigate their Crime Scene using their newly acquired Forensic Science skill-set , with an added extra, they all wore a Red Nose, all in the name of Comic Relief...

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Cherubs Magazine

Cherubs Magazine

Cherubs is the fundamental guide to parenting in East Anglia. If you are looking to promote your business in Cambridgeshire, then look no further than Cherubs, the brand new, FREE, magazine aimed at parents and grandparents. They offer a unique, tailored distribution network that ensures that the publication is available to parents of children of all ages, from pregnancy through to late teens.                              ...

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We have joined Pinterest !

We have joined Pinterest !

Really enjoyed putting these Pinterest boards together and sharing various pictures of PULSE in action throughout the last few years in addition, to sharing my personal “likes” !  Heres a taster of my Boards! Please follow, I will reciprocate!      ...

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Emily Norton receives scholarship funding as a PhD Researcher

Emily Norton receives scholarship funding as a PhD Researcher

This photo shows Emily Norton in her specialist area of Geophysical and remote sensing techniques for the detection of mass graves, which was stimulated by her Masters Degree research that she carried out at Cranfield University. Emily has recently returned from Rwanda and is now looking to take this work further at Bournemouth University as a PhD Researcher funded by Inforce Foundation and Bournemouth University’s Scholarship Scheme....

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Engage, Inspire, Innovate and Educate at an age when it really matters!

Engage, Inspire, Innovate and Educate at an age when it really matters!

Primary Pupils engaged in Scientific Inquiry  Article provided by :  Lichfield Herald  Testimonial : Sarah Tunnicliffe (Year 6) Teacher
 Whittington Primary School, Common Lane, Lichfield, Staffordshire WS14 9LG
  A fantastic day! The workshop ensured that all children became motivated and engaged in science and other areas of the curriculum that they didn’t even realise they were doing. Many of the children now look forward to science. All of the sessions were well organised and resourced. In the morning session the CEOP element was really effective. The children then went onto to learn and practice a variety of skills including: dusting and identifying fingerprints; collecting shoe prints and identifying fibres. All of these skills prepared the children for a brilliant afternoon of crime scene investigation. A crime scene had been set up and the children were given a context and a list of suspects. They applied the morning’s skills effectively and collected evidence to inform their conclusion of the murderer. The children really enjoyed the whole day! Thank you for making it so...

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