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Last Updated: Mar 05, 2020     Views: 52

Primary Science is a journal which comes as part of our online subscription to the Association for Science Education (ASE). You can access the subscription through here. Registered university members may require further log in details, so please contact if you have any problems accessing the journal. Your tutors may also know more.

Example references are shown below:

Hoath, L. (2019) 'Focus for all', Primary Science, 158 (May/June), p. 3.

- this is an editorial piece which appears at the start of issue 158, and is only one page long.

BBC Education Games (2020) 'Can games help children learn science?' Primary Science, 161 (Jan/Feb), pp. 15-16. 

- unusual author!

Pringle, T. (2019) 'To WOW or not to WOW?' Primary Science, 159 (Sep/Oct), pp. 5-8. 

- named author.