Science Bug is a new and exciting hands-on science programme designed for today’s curious kids!It’s written for the new primary science programme of study in England by an expert author team, to help you spark imagination, fuel curiosity and nurture inspired and confident young scientists.
The programme is packed with:
- Inspiring plans, activities and tools – all online and in one place.
- Practical investigations and outdoor learning to get kids doing science with their own hands
- Interactive Teaching Resources containing videos, animations and fun activities that children will love
- Built-in differentiation and assessment opportunities
- Guidance and support on key science concepts
Science Bug is powered by the ActiveLearn Primary platform
What is ActiveLearn Primary?
A digital learning space for your pupils and a toolkit for you, so that you can search, plan, allocate and assess all in one place. The more programmes you have in ActiveLearn, the easier your life will be and the more information you'll have on your children's progress.
The Science Bug teaching and learning cycle
We know that children construct their understanding of the world through experience. In order to make learning real, children need to explore, ask questions, and assess their understanding.
This approach underpins the Science Bug teaching and learning cycle you see here.
We believe that to instil scientific confidence in children and to be able to inspire future generations of young scientists, we need to spark their imagination and fuel their curiosity with hands-on, experiential science. But just as importantly, we need inspiring teachers at the helm to bring it all to life.
In Science Bug, we provide support and guidance for you to use in a way that's right for you, and a raft of exciting activities, tools and suggestions to inspire your science teaching.