Fieldcraft Studios science education project combines fantastic storytelling and incredible content to engage and excite young people.
We’ve spent the last 6 months working with our education consultant, and scientists at Oxford University producing our innovative science education series aimed at Key Stage 3 students.
Imagine a science lesson where Augmented Reality transports pupils into a world where they’ll meet real scientists, learn about real research and conduct real experiments. That’s real science education!
A world where they aren’t playing at being scientists, they become scientists.
It’s lessons like these, with innovative inspiring content, that will inspire our next generation.
“There is an engagement problem in science.” said the Education Endowment Foundation in 2018.
A Wellcome Trust survey showed only 30% of teachers and pupils think science is a very important subject.
Linking science to everyday life
Lessons that make links between science, everyday life and possible careers have been proven to foster greater positive attitudes to science.
Our goal is to change the culture and shift pupils’ perceptions.
We’ll encourage them to value and think critically about the role science plays in our society and empower them to explore a science career.
We have been working with our education consultant and scientists at the Structural Genomics Consortium, Oxford University to put together exciting lesson plans based on actual scientific research.
Designed to fit seamlessly in with the curriculum for Key Stage 3 this will be available for use in the classroom as well as at home for self-