Teachit Science year planner 2022-23

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4 reviews
Last updated: 11/07/2022
Contributor: Teachit team
Teachit Science year planner image 2022-23
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Key stage
Category
Physics
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Display/posters
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This handy year planner, with hyperlinks to topical, downloadable resources, will help you prepare for the year ahead.

Each of the featured events is linked to a relevant resource. Download to your desktop or print for your class noticeboard. 

Events include:

  • Space Week
  • World Mental Health Day
  • Darwin Day

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Very nice, but confused about Isaac Newton’s birthday. He was born on Christmas Day, but in the Julian calendar. Perhaps include it twice and link to a resource about the necessary changes to our calendars? And if you don’t have a resource for that, let me know… :-)

Andrew Harmsworth

11/07/2022

Response from Teachit editor
You are quite right - an excellent spot! We decided to use the Gregorian calendar date as this is more widely used, but we're sure teachers and students would be interested in learning more about the change to calendars, so please get it touch if you have a resource to share!

Here's another resource about Isaac Newton, with both birth dates! https://www.teachit.co.uk/resources/science/isaac-newton
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Unable top download .docx version though was able to download pdf. For adding to planner .docx would be more useful.

Tom Chapman

25/08/2021

Response from Teachit editor
All our PDF resources are free, but Word documents are for subscribers only.
5

26/04/2020

Great planner, thank you.

Mai Reedman

06/01/2020

4
Very nice, but confused about Isaac Newton’s birthday. He was born on Christmas Day, but in the Julian calendar. Perhaps include it twice and link to a resource about the necessary changes to our calendars? And if you don’t have a resource for that, let me know… :-)

Andrew Harmsworth

11/07/2022

Response from Teachit editor
You are quite right - an excellent spot! We decided to use the Gregorian calendar date as this is more widely used, but we're sure teachers and students would be interested in learning more about the change to calendars, so please get it touch if you have a resource to share!

Here's another resource about Isaac Newton, with both birth dates! https://www.teachit.co.uk/resources/science/isaac-newton
2
Unable top download .docx version though was able to download pdf. For adding to planner .docx would be more useful.

Tom Chapman

25/08/2021

Response from Teachit editor
All our PDF resources are free, but Word documents are for subscribers only.
5

26/04/2020

Great planner, thank you.

Mai Reedman

06/01/2020