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Archive for July, 2014

  • Dinosaur Extinction – Unlucky Dinosaurs

    Dinosaur Extinction – Unlucky Dinosaurs

    Cretaceous/Palaeogene Extinction Event – Unlucky Dinosaurs A new research paper, published this week suggests that the mass extinction event at the end of the Cretaceous could have turned out very […]

  • Were all the Dinosaurs Feathered?

    Were all the Dinosaurs Feathered?

    Fossil Discovery in Siberia Challenges Palaeontologists Scientists have announced the discovery of a new species of dinosaur in Siberia, a one-metre long Jurassic dinosaur that had feathers as well as […]

  • A Handy Ammonite Replica

    A Handy Ammonite Replica

    Wild Safari Dinos Ammonite Replica When it comes to teaching children about what fossils can and perhaps more importantly can’t tell us, a model of an Ammonite comes in very […]





  • Superb – please continue, would love to see and participate again.  All pupils were totally engaged throughout the session.

    J. Leckie, Pelsall (STEM in Action Day)
  • Engaging presentation style which kept all the children involved and motivated.  Differentiated appropriately, interesting artefacts.  A fantastic afternoon that has got children buzzing and wanting to learn more!  I rate this 10 out of 10.

    Mrs Atkin, Teacher Year 2 Bawtry Mayflower
  • Well organised, clear objectives, good/excellent subject knowledge and child friendly.  Super.

    Key Stage 1 Teacher