We find ourselves in very difficult times.
As a result of this I can not currently visit schools to entertain, amaze and educate children and schools will soon be closed.
If you are looking for some information about the current covid-19 situation, there are some very useful links on this local Web page:
To try and turn this into a positive, I now have time to collect and post links to some online resources that children (and most adults) may visit to learn all about maths and science.
My Blog. Frequent posts about what can be seen or I have seen or imaged in the night sky.
My Sky Diary. An online calendar of events to go out and see in the night sky.
This list will be continuously updated as I find new activities for you all.
If you know of any Web pages that ought to be included, please let me know.
BBC iPlayer. Extra educational programs could be screened online.
BBC Learning Resources.
Discovery Puzzle Maker.
I’m A Scientist – Stay At Home!
World Books Online. Free Books online.
Scouts Great Indoors.
Science from Home.
Whizz Pop Bang.
NASA Webb & Hubble Space Telescope E Books.
James Webb Space Telescope Fun Pad.
BBC Teaching Resources.
Twinkl. Free access for Coronavirus outbreak.
Claire’s Home Experiments.
Norwich Science Festival STEMM Activities.