Become a confident teacher or science leader with tips from our toolkit and discover downloadable resources to help you make the most of Explorify in your school.
Introduce Explorify to your school
The best way to share Explorify isn't to tell people, but to show them. Here’s a presentation to help you introduce Explorify to colleagues. Learn more on the blog.
Here are some, hints, tips and FAQs to get you started. Pass it to colleagues for an at-a-glance reference for all things Explorify.
Classroom decoration kit
These Explorify-themed stickers can be printed onto labels/sticky-backed paper and used to complete your activity tracker poster, or however you like! Learn more on the blog.
How to think scientifically poster
Help staff and students understand the different ways you can think like a scientist, from recalling information, to devising tests and evaluating results.
Celebrate the great science your children are doing with these certificates. You could award them to the whole class, children who have worked well in a team, or even to individual top Explorifiers!
Follow our path through different activities and see your class develop their scientific thinking skills! The stickers are designed to be used with this poster to see your progress and fit best on an A2 poster.
Support for teachers
Have you been wondering how to effectively plan science lessons to encapsulate knowledge, understanding and skills? Take a look at our planning examples for inspiration. Learn more on the blog.
As you teach science you’ll be looking for certain words and phrases from your little scientists. Here’s a full list of the words they should be using, divided by age group.
Ever been asked to record all the great science learning your pupils are undertaking? Here’s some inspiration for low-stress evidencing when using Explorify.
Support for science leaders
Primary Science Special Issue: Explorify
Explorify teamed up with ASE to produce a special edition of their primary science journal. Hear from other science leaders how they’ve used Explorify in school.