Fruitful labour

14th November 2003 at 00:00
The apple that struck Sir Isaac Newton's head led to great discoveries.

Applesource may not have an equivalent effect on the world's thinking, but it will help persuade children to use their judgment, reflection and investigative skills. Promoted by Bramley Apples, the website contains ideas and opportunities for cross-curricular work for pupils at KS2.

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