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100 Science Lessons for the New Curriculum


Master the curriculum with our inspiring ready-made science lessons. The simple way to plan your teaching, engage all your pupils and cut down on preparation time.

  • A whole year planned and ready to teach in each resource book
  • Every lesson carefully matched to current curriculum objectives
  • Flexible ready-to-go resources that save teaching and planning time
  • Assessment tools and progress checks to keep pupils on track
  • Dedicated Years 1-6 planning guide for teachers and subject coordinators

Packed with time-saving resources, 100 Science Lessons makes it easy to plan and deliver inspiring lessons in line with the curriculum. A CD-ROM of interactive activities and tools is included in each book. There’s also a handy Planning Guide spanning Years 1-6 – perfect for teachers and subject coordinators.

Everyday teaching support from a bestselling series trusted by teachers for over fifteen years.

In this series


Malcolm Anderson

Malcolm Anderson is a lecturer in science education, following many years as a primary class teacher. He also wrote ‘100 Science Lessons: Year 3’.

Julie Cogill

Julie Cogill worked for many years as an educational advisor for BBC Schools. She is currently working on a PHD covering the effective use of interactive whiteboards in schools.

Clifford Hibbard

Clifford Hibbard is a science teacher, specialising in physics, He was co-author of ‘100 cience Lessons: Yr 6’.

Kendra McMahon

Kendra McMahon was seconded from primary deputy-headship to ITT in Bath, where she is now permanently employed. She is a member of the ASE’s Primary Committee.

Peter Riley

Peter Riley is a former teacher with many years’ experience. He is now a full-time writer and won the TES/ EYA School Book of the Year 2000 for ‘Physics Now’ (Murray)and was shortlisted for the Aventis Science Prize 2004 for ‘Survival Science in the Rainforest’ videos.

Tom Rugg

Tom Rugg teaches biology at St Thomas More RC School in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. He was co-author of ‘100 Science Lessons: Year 6’.

Roger Smith

Freelance writer and part time lecturer PGCE Warwick University. Headteacher for 24 years, also worked for Open University, Warwick University and Coventry Technical College.