Win a Science ICT Collection from TTS

With only 8 days to go until British Science Week, we’ve been busy planning lots of extra special activities for the 10 day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths. Are you joining in this year? If you haven’t made any plans yet, it’s not too late. There are some brilliant science activity packs based around exploration and discovery for all ages  available on the British Science Week website or we have some fun science ideas from last year.

I’m very excited to be working with TTS  on some fun features over the next few months, starting with a fantastic competition where you can win this brilliant Science ICT Kit.

The kit contains a log-box data logger, set of rechargeable stopwatches, set of rechargeable Easi-torches, set of 6 handheld microscopes, an Easi-Scope microscope, a recordable magnifying glass and a pair of recordable binoculars. Imagine the classroom investigations you could do with that lovely lot.

 

 

Science ICT set

To enter, complete the Rafflecopter form below – UK Entry Only

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Terms and Conditions

This competition is open to residents of the UK, the Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Republic of Ireland aged 18 years or over, except for those associated with the production company, their families or anyone else associated with this competition.

All information detailing how to enter this competition forms part of these terms and conditions.

All entries must be received by the advertised closing time date 12th March 2018 (23.59pm).

One entrant shall receive Science ICT Kit from TTS.

All prizes are non-transferable and there are no cash alternatives. The prize is subject to availability.

Science Sparks are responsible for the first part of the promotion, which is the publication and adjudication of the competition. All other facilities connected with the provision of the prize are the responsibility of the Promoter.

Winners are required to make contact within 28 days if a winner fails to respond a new winner will be selected.

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Instagram or Facebook.

The prize is the responsibility of TTS Group

UK Entry Only

 

There are 52 comments

  1. Dewar

    Looks perfect we are working on working scientifically and children to explore their own ideas and experiments. Fingers crossed!

  2. Shelley A

    This would be great for my STEM club and my Year 2! I would really get the girls excited and allow us to make the most of the outdoor space we have

  3. Craig Somers

    My class would love this super stash of goodies for science investigations. Fingers crossed and thanks for the chance

  4. christine shelley

    This would be for my greatneice who is six and fascinated by science, the only child visiting the uni lab on an open day , shed be badgering her teachers to use it all asap

  5. K Kaur

    I’d use the log-box data logger for investigations about keeping things warm / cold and investigating sound. The set of rechargeable stopwatches would be handy to time readings when carrying out investigations or when learning about pulse rates. I like the idea of rechargeable Easi-torches, really good for investigating shadows and finding out about how we see objects. I’d use set of 6 handheld microscopes to look at mini-beasts and parts of plants carefully,the Easi-Scope microscope would be good for that to. A recordable magnifying glass and a pair of recordable binoculars would both be useful for our current topic which is all about habitats! What a great set of equipment, perfect for practical science.

  6. Karen Barrett

    My son has been working with the children on a sustainable garden/ outdoor classroom at my grand-daughters school, I’m sure this kit would be invaluable.

  7. Sherry Grant

    As Science and Computing subject lead this would be a much needed and amazing prize for my primary school. Well done TTS on a great giveaway

  8. Shelley Swire

    We try to enhance our outdoor area with engaging resources as the tarmac square we have is not so appealing! The enthusiasm our children show when able to explore the world around them and learn new concepts is amazing and this prize give away would truly keep them engaged for hours on end. This as a result, would put science right up there with the best subjects in school!

  9. Mrs R

    These would be wonderful in any of our classes, the children in my Reception class will be exploring ‘mini beasts’ next half term and I’m sure these resources would extend their learning brilliantly!!

  10. Rebecca

    I’m a student teacher working with a year 3 class who are very keen on science. They are especially keen on experiments, which I love to encourage! We are about to start a topic on the human body and healthy diet. My first thought is to use the stop watches for an exercise activity to measure heart rate. Here’s hoping for better weather for some outdoor learning! ⛅⏱️

  11. Pam King

    I would give it to Kate a lovely teacher I know so that she could show the children she teaches her absolute love of science and nerdiness!!

  12. Tracy gallimore

    I’d love to win the for my school, we have old and limited science resources. I recently had to borrow form another school so that we had aenough for each group. This would provide fantastic resources for nearly 300 children.

  13. Rebecca Towner-yates

    This kit would make a massive difference in a school. I’m on a mission to get my colleagues to plan more practical activites and in an underfunded and under resourced school this is an uphill battle. If I could provide the resources people would really go with it.

  14. Gemma Alcock

    I’m a teacher in a small primary school in the Swansea valley and as the science coordinator I think this kit would really help us to educate and increase interest in the sciences as well as helping us to increase our science resources.

  15. Caroline Kemp-Harris

    This would be such a fabulous set for using in our outside classroom to document our topic on growing! Sharing the children’s excitement for the changes and patterns they notice on a larger scale would provide such rich experience of The World in our EYFS curriculum!

  16. Gill Barwood

    I want to win this for my daughter who is doing her PGCE this year. She is so enthusiastic about training as a teacher and she would use these in her key stage 1 classes.

  17. Sarah Ballantyne

    My lovely year 7’s are starting their ecology unit soon and we could do some fabulous work with this equipment, really get out and explore.

  18. elizabeth miller

    This would be amazing for my daughter to give to her science teacher. They have been learning dna and stuff and to have the lights for them to see small things better would be great.

  19. Alison Booth

    This kit would be amazing for primary school children in our local school, it would be given to the teacher who gives them science lessons/outdoor learning

  20. Nicola Smith

    I run an autism provision in a mainstream primary and our pupils love STEAM session. These resources could provide great opportunities for us to explore and investigate our environment!

  21. Natasha Bardney

    Wow, what a great prize. Well we can definitely use them in forest school, eyfs, local environment projects, when learning about health, fitness. The possibilities are endless!

  22. Jennie Whittaker

    Very excited about Science Week. We’ve just started a science club at my sons school and would love to be able to include this kit 🙂

  23. Laura

    This would be a great new addition to one of our coding and digital making sessions we run in libraries enabling children in the community to be creative

  24. Naila Akhtar

    Will be a great addition to our science and ICT resources in early years unit at our. The children will love using them ‍‍

  25. Catherine Spencer

    The children at the school I work in would love this set. So many ideas for science week, these could be used outside,tracking wind direction by making bubbles and see how long they last and which way the wind is blowing. Making a variety of paper aeroplanes see how long they fly for. Examing mini beasts in the garden, So many different tasks for children to do during science week, children will love and learn x

  26. Laura Avery

    This is awesome. I home Educate (About 5 years into it now). I’d take it down our local group and has some great garden investigations! I’d like to try the plant dna extraction experiments.

  27. Laura Corrall

    We’ve been doing work about mini beasts with our yr1’s and 2’s. So we would love to use this equipment for learning more about mini beasts.

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