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Micro-organisms: an introduction

Description: In this section students are introduced to the wonderful world of microbes through animations and three different activities. Topic focuses on the useful and harmful microbes, and the types and shapes of these.

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Micro-organisms: useful microbes

Description: This section highlights to students that not all microbes are harmful by examining beneficial microbes.

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Micro-organisms: harmful microbes

Description: In this section students are introduced to a variety of health issues caused by harmful microbes. Your class will discuss how bad microbes can be harmful and that not all illnesses are caused by microbes.

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Spread of infection: hand hygiene

Description: Hand hygiene has been shown to reduce the incidence of absenteeism in schools as good hand hygiene reduces the spread of microbes and infection.

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Spread of infection: respiratory hygiene

Description: In this section students observe on a large and fun scale how far germs are carried when they sneeze, and that covering your mouth with a tissue can prevent the spread of infection.

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Spread of infection: food hygiene

Description: This Food Hygiene lesson demonstrates how dangerous microbes can infect humans through raw and undercooked foods.

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Spread of infection: farm hygiene

Description: This session will make students aware that farm animals sometimes carry microbes that can be harmful to humans. Some examples of these harmful microbes are E. coli, Salmonella and Campylobacter.

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Prevention of infection: the body’s natural defences

Description: This lesson covers the many natural defences our body has against microbial attack. It does not cont....

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Prevention of infection: vaccinations

Description: Vaccines are used to help prevent infections from causing us harm. If we hadn't discovered vaccines, over half of your students would not have survived long enough for you to teach them!

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Prevention of infection: oral hygiene

Description: In this section students explore how to prevent dental decay (caries). Students will look at the sugar in their own diets and the amount of sugar contained in common drinks. They are introduced to looking after their teeth and mouths to keep them healthy and prevent infection.

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Treatment of infection: antibiotic use and medicine

Description: When, Why and How to use antibiotics can be confusing for many people. The treatment of infection section explores the use of antibiotics and medicine in treating various illnesses and diseases.

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Micro – organisms: An Introduction

Description: In this section students are introduced to the world of microbes, firstly by exploring the different types and shapes of microbes and later, by close examination of useful and harmful microbes.

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Micro-organisms: useful microbes

Description: This section highlights the benefits of some microbes by examining the various ways and means we can utilise them for our benefit.

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Micro-organisms: harmful microbes

Description: Microbial infections are found across the world. “Harmful Microbes” introduces students to the variety of infectious diseases across the globe caused by harmful microbes. Students learn that it is not always easy to identify and treat a disease.

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Spread of infection: hand hygiene

Description: Hand hygiene has been shown to reduce the incidence of absenteeism in schools as good hand hygiene reduces the spread of microbes and infection. This section aims to teach students how poor hand hygiene can lead to the spread of microbes and disease.

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Spread of infection: sexually transmitted infections

Description: Sexually transmitted infections are on the increase, particularly amongst the young adult population. This section aims to teach students how sexual activity can lead to the spread of microbes and disease. Students observe how easily potentially harmful microbes can transfer to the people you care about without either of you knowing.

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Spread of infection: respiratory hygiene

Description: This section aims to teach students how poor respiratory hygiene can lead to the spread of microbes and disease. Students observe how far microbes are carried when they sneeze and how many people can be affected.

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Prevention of infection: the body’s natural defences

Description: This session covers the topic of disease prevention through the body’s own natural defences. It ....

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Prevention of infection: vaccinations

Description: This section covers the topic of disease prevention through vaccinations. Vaccines are used to h....

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Antibiotic Use and Medicine

Description: Illnesses due to antibiotic resistant microbes are a worrying problem in our hospitals and communities. This section explores the use of antibiotics and medicine in treating various illnesses and infectious disease.

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Treatment of infection: antibiotic resistance

Description: Illnesses due to antibiotic resistant microbes are a worrying problem in our hospitals and commu....

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Welcome to the e-Bug Teachers Area!NEWS

The Public Health England e-Bug team is collaborating with the Public Health Agency to disseminate the e-Bug educational materials to sc....

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Links

the development period of e-Bug we are collecting appropriate web links that we will show here. If you have any links to recommend, please....

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Welcome to e-Bug for Key Stage 2

and post lesson knowledge on these e-Bug topics by downloading all of the e-Bug quizzes click below. Key Stage 2 Q....

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Curriculum Links

Northern Ireland curriculum mapping of e-Bug primary lessons ....

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EAAD Teacher Competition - 2012/13

this important day to schools the e-Bug team run an annual schools competition. We are delighted to announce our winners for the 2012/13 compet....

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Legal

by e-Bug Consortium is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: Eng....

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Curriculum Links

Northern Ireland curriculum mapping of e-Bug secondary lessons ....

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The e-Bug Detective Game

In the e-Bug Detective Game, pupils play a "Bug Investigator" who attends the scene of an 'incident' that may involve microbes. Each missi....

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Web Links

Throughout the development period of e-Bug we are collecting appropriate web links that we will show here. If you have any links to recomm....

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Welcome to e-Bug for Key Stage 3

and post lesson knowledge on these e-Bug topics by downloading all of the e-Bug quizzes click below. Key S....

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Help

the development period of e-Bug, we are collecting frequently asked questions which will be answered here.   If you have a question ....

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Legal

by e-Bug Consortium is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License. However ....

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Curriculum English

Pack ContentScience CurriculumPSHE Curriculum Section 1.1 Introduction to Microbes National Curriculum Link Key Stage 2 Sc1: 2a, 2b....

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Senior Schools-Curriculum Scottish

Curriculum links S1 - S3 e-Bug Pack Content Science Health and Wellbeing 1. Micro-organisms     1.1. An ....

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Curriculum Scottish

Pack Content Science Health and Wellbeing 1. Introduction to Microbes      1.1 An Introducti....

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Curriculum English

Pack Content Science PSHE CITIZENSHIP 1. Micro-organisms      1.1. An Introduction     1....

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World Health Day

of infection – which is where e-Bug comes in! We are here to help students make these changes to help themselves and future populations w....

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Campaign timeline

of infectious diseases. Visit the e-Bug links to lesson plans to help educate your students on the importance of being vaccinated: ....

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Vaccination timeline

Welcome to the e-Bug vaccination timeline – Scroll down to view the UK routine vaccination schedule; updated for Autumn 2019. ....

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Young adult

Welcome to e-Bug! Navigate through the sections to find advice, hot topics, animations and videos covering antibiotics, vaccinations and the spr....

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Young adult

‘I’m a Scientist’, e-Bug has created an antibiotics debate kit. The kit can be downloaded for free here.VaccinationsVaccinations ....

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Young adult

e-Bug antibiotic animations cover: How antibiotics work The difference between bacteriostatic and bacteric....

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Young adult

it here  . Dr Pia Touboul, an e-Bug partner from France, interviews a pregnant young woman called Julie about human papillomavirus (HPV). Re....

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Young adult

and revision. Antibiotics The e-Bug antibiotic animations cover: How antibiotics work The difference between bacteriostatic and bacteric....

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Young adult

a Scientist’  , e-Bug has created antibiotics resistance and vaccinations debate kits. The aim of the kits are to help you und....

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Young adult

between teacher and student. Our e-Bug peer education lesson plan can be run in schools and adapted for students aged 11 and up. The lesson pla....

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e-Bug for young adults – antibiotics and vaccinations Welcome to e-Bug for young adults! e-Bug has educational resources on ....

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Lesson plans

and Social Care. Antibiotics The e-Bug antibiotic lesson plan explores how antibiotics work and how bacteria differ from viruses or human cells....

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Peer education

lesson plans on antibiotics. The e-Bug peer education lessons are designed for young adults to deliver to their peers. The lesson and activitie....

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Debate kits

‘I’m a Scientist’, e-Bug has developed debate kits on antibiotic resistance and vaccinations. Full teacher instructions are provi....

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Student website

with their coursework, including the e-Bug peer education lesson plans.  Infection adviceAntibiotics true or false quiz, information on antib....

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Curriculum (exam specification links)

e-Bug antibiotic resources and vaccination are designed to cover several topics found in the AQA, OCR, Edexcel and WJEC examination specification ....

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Links

the development period of e-Bug we are collecting appropriate web links that we will show here.If you have any links to recommend, please s....

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Young adult

/ Antibiotic animations The e-Bug antibiotic animations are divided into 4 clips and cover the following topics: Clip 1: How antibioti....

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to e-Bug for Young Adults! e-Bug has educational resources on antibiotics and antibiotic resistance for Young Adults aged 15-18 years. Us....

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Welcome to e-Bug for Key Stage 1

The e-Bug science show and corresponding Key Stage 1 resources cover multiple topics including, an introduction to microbes, hand hygiene, respi....

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Young adult

/ Vaccination Animations The e-Bug vaccination animations are divided into 3 clips and cover the following topics: Clip 1: Introduction....

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e-Bug training pilot

to the e-Bug Training Module for Educators! This page contains all of the materials you need to complete the free e-Bug training. e-B....

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English website evaluation test

very excited to launch the brand new e-Bug student website! The Junior and Senior site has been updated to be useable on all platforms including mo....

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Evaluation test

very excited to launch the brand new e-Bug student website! The Junior and Senior site has been updated to be useable on all platforms including mo....

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Teacher Tools

Training Module for Educators e-Bug have developed free training for educators on e-Bug and the resources. The aim of the training is to teach e....

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Training

Approved Educator Training e-Bug have developed free face-to-face Train the Trainer sessions for educators. The free half day traini....

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e-Bug Approved Educator Training

e-Bug have developed face-to-face train the trainer sessions for educators called “e-Bug Approved Educator Training”. The aim of the tra....

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