Why is talk important for pupils’ learning? | Talk Education Partnership

Mostly what I understand of the importance of talking at school, like for us for the children it helps us to bring out our views, the challenges we face at school, and as we talk we talk to our teachers and they also they feel pain when we tell them and they also help us […]

Student architects and pupils join forces to design new classroom

We were approached by one of the parents at St Bart’s school about whether we might be interested in working with them in co-creating a new outdoor learning space for the school and the local community. So, it started with the children coming up with their own designs – almost a hundred in total and […]

Pupils’ designs built by Kingston University take centre stage at Primary Engineer launch event

Really exciting to be here in the Gatwick South Terminal today to be part of that if you were an engineer what would you do launch event Kingston university has been partnering with the primary engineer for a number of years now and we work with them to turn the engineering designs of primary school […]

First Pictured: Physics teacher Eleanor Wilson who had sex with pupil in plane toilet.

First Pictured: Physics teacher Eleanor Wilson who had sex with pupil in plane toilet. This is the face of a physics teacher who had sex with a student in a plane toilet during a school trip. Eleanor Wilson, 28, who worked at a school in Bristol, engaged in drunken sexual activity with the pupil while […]

What is a Cataract? | #aumsum

What is a cataract? It may be a cat’s nickname. No. A cataract is an eye disease. How does it form? Wait. I will explain. Each of our eyes consists of a transparent lens. Is it similar to my camera lens? Absolutely. Our eye lens is made up of water and protein. They are arranged […]

Why are auroras formed? plus 9 more videos.. #aumsum

Topic: Friction. Why is it difficult to pull a boat on the beach than on the sea? Hey. You will find it difficult to pull the boat on the beach. Pull it on the sea. There it will be quite easy. Indeed. Why not? Fine. Don’t listen. I am so tired. At least now try […]

Human Eye | #aumsum

Our topic for today is Human Eye. The human eye is one of the most valuable sense organs that enables us to see the world around us. Let us study about the different parts of an eye. Sclera is a tough outer coat that protects the entire eyeball. Choroid is a vascular layer of the […]

Help Me! I Can’t Shut My Mouth! – Bizarre ER – BBC Three

First, we’re heading to Northampton General, where slack-jawed student, Holly Thompson has arrived at A&E, completely unable to close her gaping gob. As Holly can’t really talk right now, probably best we tell you how she got here. Holly was at college, enjoying a particularly riveting lesson of government and politics. Uninspired by the political […]

Optometry at Aston University

So, what’s one thing that you really like about Optometry? I’d have to say the fact that you can improve someone’s life and someone’s standard of living dramatically by just using a few simple techniques. One thing I really like about Optometry as a profession is that every day you deal with a different set […]

Why do we get hiccups? plus 9 more videos.. #aumsum

Topic: Breathing. Why do we get hiccups? We get them when our friends think of us. No. We get hiccups mainly because of our diaphragm. Diaphragm is a dome shaped muscle between our lungs and stomach. It generally works perfectly. Just like me, right? No. When we inhale, our diaphragm contracts helping us take in […]