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Outreach scientists and academics from Swansea University have been hard at work in their kitchens and gardens producing online science workshops, lessons, and science club content to give school students the support and resources they need to continue their science learning from home, during lockdown. Read the full article here.
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To support the continued science learning of our participants at this difficult time S4 are launching our hands-on science lessons, workbooks and science club content online, via our website S4Science.co.uk, on Hwb as ‘S4 Science’ and on our YouTube channel! Our content is offered in key stage categories but feel free to pick and choose...
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These are very strange times indeed, but S4 is still here for you! We are currently working on some new and exciting ways to deliver S4’s content. Due to the current ongoing situation, Swansea University has suspended face to face teaching as of 23rd March 2020. More details can be found at https://www.swansea.ac.uk/about-us/coronavirus/ Although S4...
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Internation Women’s Day is a global day which celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. To celebrate we have asked some of the S4 team who their most inspiring woman is and why! Read more below!
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We would like to thank all of our pupils, schools, and staff for a fantastic 2019! S4 has been joined by 575 pupils and 8 schools, had 9836 contact hours, and has attended 6 science events. This year we delivered 5 workshops with 21 experiments & activities and 1 summer showcase, ‘The Mighty Drosophila Show’....
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Welcome back! It’s full steam ahead as S4 begins Year 2, and we are ready and raring to go! Our first workshop of the new S4 year is called “Sustainable Earth” where we will be exploring how the Earth is being polluted, and what we can do to reduce climate change. Our second workshop, “Dependence...
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S4 started a new programme of STEM outreach activities in 2018, as part of the Trio Sci Cymru consortium. Our 2018/2019 programme saw three hands on workshops delivered to 600 Year 7 pupils from our partner schools. Super Cells focused on cells in plants and animals, Radical Reactions explored everything from photosynthesis to the ever-popular...
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