The Medics in Primary Schools (MIPS) programme is a joint Queen’s University – Sentinus activity which brings student doctors into the classroom over a period of 8 – 10 weeks to teach science. Topics covered include healthy skin, healthy heart and lungs, healthy brain and healthy body. The medical students bring science to life for pupils through practical activities, demonstrations and the use of medical equipment.
Download MIPS Teaching & Learning Guide 2018
Download Personal Logbook 2017
You can download our Useful Websites document which gives a list of relevant websites, some of which you may find of benefit.