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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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Primary School Competition

Primary School Competition

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Lincolnshire Primary School to win a CSI Forensic Science Workshop in their Primary School, the competition closes on 31st January 2013. To enter you just need to visit our Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/fingeronthepulse and “LIKE” and nominate your children’s Primary School in the comments section – that’s it!  The winning school will be picked randomly on 1st February 2013 and will be announced on our Facebook Page and emailed directly.  This competition is open only to Lincolnshire Primary Schools, however, further competitions will be running throughout the country in the forthcoming months.   Thank you for visiting our page, please share. Good luck! Regards Jacqui  ...

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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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Primary Outreach Transition Day

Primary Outreach Transition Day

PULSE for the 3rd Year in a row, were delighted to be asked to sponsor the above event, which was held at Carres Grammar School in Sleaford.  50 (KS2) Primary School pupils from 10 local primary schools took part in this challenge.  The event was organised by Ange Hobbs (Carres Grammar School) Science Department and the primary schools who participated were ;   Rauceby, St Botolph’s, St Andrew’s, Navenby, Church Lane, The William Alvey, Our Lady of Good Counsel, Cranwell, Winchelsea and Kirkby la Thorpe Primary Schools.  The day was themed around the Harry Potter films with students using Forensic Science Analysis techniques to trace and find out who murdered Hagrid!    ...

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Schools “Forensic Science Displays”

Schools “Forensic Science Displays”

Schools Displays Post “Forensic Science Day”   Here are some of the fantastic displays that some schools have put together, following their “CSI” Forensic Science Workshop...

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Primary Outreach Day – 2nd Year!

Primary Outreach Day – 2nd Year!

PULSE Education and Business Services, were pleased to sponsor the Primary Outreach Day at Carres Grammar School in 2011.  This is a fantastic day for the Year 6 primary pupils to become fully engaged in “Forensic Science” & “Hands-on” activities at Senior School and to specifically have the chance of working within a  Science Laboratory, this is a great transitional activity, preparing Primary School pupils for the transition to senior school.              ...

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