Throughout this report, illustrative examples show the diversity of approaches and specific successes achieved by primary schools.
An analysis of science policies and schemes of work submitted by schools provides further evidence of the differing approaches adopted by schools to the teaching of science.
This report is essential reading for all those concerned with the teaching of science in primary schools: teachers, governors, LEA advisory teams, teacher trainers and policy makers.
How to cite this publication:
Harris, S. (1996). Science in primary schools. Slough: NFER.