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Richard visits Ireland....

Richard’s gone to Galway! Lucky man. No wonder he’s smiling. Well, it’s The ‘Richard III Discovered’ Exhibition that’s gone, but he’s there in spirit, I’m sure. 15 more words

Richard III

Climate communicators in Edinburgh

It was a bit of a weekend of climate communication in Edinburgh. Yesterday morning I went along to Dynamic Earth, where the Natural Environment Research Council… 545 more words

Climate Change

Evolution Devolution

155,615 words in something called Origin of Species.

Of those words, “evolve” is mentioned only once.  You heard it right.

As for “evolution” or “evolving” or some other variant, zip.  472 more words


Darci's prize specimen!

Darci (Year 9) was recently shortlisted for the The Nancy Rothwell Award, a national award scheme celebrating specimen drawing in schools and highlighting the benefits of combining  art and science. 50 more words

Hethersett Old Hall School

Traffic jam.

Green light, go. Red light, stop.  The old question: “Nature or nurture?”

There might be some odd, universal, cellular level mandate for “red means stop”. 243 more words


New research exposes the risks of geoengineering to artificially intervene in global warming: It may devastate the planet

by: Frances Bloomfield

(Natural News) Geoengineering, also known as climate engineering, is exactly what it sounds like. This engineering involves using technology to manipulate the climate system and counter the effects of global warming. 434 more words


Science H.W. (20/11/17)

Dear Learners,

Reading Task: Read Pg no-85 and 86 Topic-Some aquatic habitats for discussion in class tomorrow.