Swine Flu: Resources and Updates

I have placed a Newsfeed from the World Health Organisation (WHO) on our www.webschool.org.uk website Here are some useful other resources about Swine Flu….. 1. Questions and Answers about Swine Flu BBC  :  Q and A about Swine Flu Swine Flu and You  (CDC) UK Gov :  Everything you need to know… 2. Need to…

Science in the News!

Looking to bring the latest Science News and useful Podcasts into the classroom? Our latest development saves you time searching! A whole set of science Newsfeeds has bee provided for you at www.planetscience.org/news . Updated everyday……to keep you informed about the latest developments…. Go to www.planetscience.org/news

Interactive Science : 24/7

If you have access to wireless connection/laptop/interactive whiteboard….here is an excellent resource area for you….for both KS3 and KS4! Just hook up your laptop + wireless connection and your interactive whiteboard….and yoiu have (almost) instant lessons…..and interesting,engaging ones …..!!  Can also be accessed at home…by students and teachers. http://kent.skoool.co.uk/index.aspx KS3 Science http://kent.skoool.co.uk/keystage3.aspx?id=80 KS4 Science http://kent.skoool.co.uk/keystage4.aspx?id=314

Nothing is going to change…

Here is another favourite of mine, by George Benson. You can read the lyrics below..even if you can’t hear the song (YouTube link)! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAfQ1DrpYZk&feature=related If I had to live without you near me The days would all be empty The nights would seem so long With you I see forever oh so early I might…

Something special

A song by John Mellancamp Yours Forever http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZxGq7VRZ2U&feature=related Here we are in the grays of winter Here we are just me and you Hold my hand Let’s face tomorrow Tomorrow still holds out its hands to you This precious time We’ve only borrowed The autumn winds have blown on through A quiet thought will tell our…

Hollingworth Lake, Rochdale, Lancashire

Looking for exercise, activity, as part of  your New Year’s Resolutions? Hollingworth Lake covers an area of 130 acres (0.53 km²) and the path around it originally measured two-and-a-half miles, beneath the cold waters was the old hamlet of Hollingworth. The lake is still used for recreational purposes, and is classed as a national trust due to a…