A collection of forensics activities based around a wildlife crime which will engage and excite children as they use science and problem-solving skills to work out “Who Dunnit” Look at water samples, match footprints and examine fibres to find the culprit. Suitable for First and Second Levels.
These activities are completely independent of those in the original Fun with Forensics SSERC Meet.
Dates: Monday 18th November 2019
Closing Date: Friday 18th October 2019
Applying for this course is no longer possible as the closing date has passed.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would still like to register your interest.
This course is designed for Primary Teachers.
You and your colleagues will join us from your own school as we guide you through the activities, which are designed to promote knowledge and understanding as well as providing great ideas for practical science. Help and advice can be sought in real time.
The Primary Team
The course is provided at no cost to your school. All we ask is that you and your colleagues attend on the day and fill in one of our short, online evaluation forms in order that we can refine and improve this exciting way of delivering CLPL for the future.
This course is funded by Scottish Government.
SSERC is able to offer a resource box, at no cost to your school, to support the CLPL. These are sent out to participating schools prior to the CLPL event.
Why Should You Attend?
SSERC staff will guide you through the activities which are designed to promote knowledge and understanding as well as providing great ideas for practical science. Help and advice can be sought in real time.
One twilight course.
This is an online course. You and your colleagues will join us from your own school.