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When Empiribox was launched last year, the founders made a big claim. Their product would revolutionise teaching in primary schools.
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Primary School in Kent are some of the first in the country to be trying a new ‘hands-on’ approach to learning about science.
Schools in Lowestoft have been using the Empiribox practical science teaching and learning system for four terms.
A “hands-on” system for teaching science is being rolled out to primary schools across the country.
Dovelands, one of Leicester’s largest primary schools, has awarded Empiribox a glowing first year report since joining the hands-on science teaching and learning revolution.
Merseyside primary thinks ‘out of the box’ for better science
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Empiribox gets the vote in West Midlands ‘Primaries’
A school in Portsmouth has become one of the first in the country to use a new ‘hands-on’ system for teaching science.
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How would you like your school to benefit from free science equipment, training and planning…for a whole term?
An innovative and inspiring new approach to teaching and learning science in primary schools has been launched in the UK.