Proof it works
Science Bug is written for the 2014 primary science programme of study in England to help you spark imagination, fuel curiosity and nurture inspired and confident young scientists, but don't just take our word for it!
Here is our growing collection of independent reviews to give you the full picture:
The Association of Science Education
The ASE have awarded Science Bug their green tick of approval. Read the full review from July 2015 here.
St. Luke's Church of England School
Deputy Head Teacher and Science Coordinator, Rob Stephenson, tells us about their experience with Science Bug and their vision for the evolution of science teaching and learning at St Luke’s. Read the full review here.
"Before the pilot our teachers weren’t confident about how to teach science, but Science Bug has changed that; it haschanged the way we plan lessons."
Key areas Science Bug has affected
- Teachers grow in confidence through the use of consistently structured lessons and integrated resources.
- Science Bug promotes good practice in science teaching.
- High quality training and a user-friendly platform allow teachers to make an instant impact in the classroom.
- Science Bug resources engage pupils and ensures learning through enquiry.
Teach Primary's John Dabell reviewed Science Bug in February 2015. Read the full Teach Primary review here.
"Verdict: Science Bug is a treat. There is guidance and support on key science concepts and even professional development to help you get to grips with the new curriculum."
- John Dabell, Primary Teacher and Trained Ofsted Inspector
Together, we make an impact
We really care about making a difference in schools so take a look and see the results at a glance, case studies of schools sharing their best practice and the independent academic research that underpins our programmes. Find out more