Looking for some help. I'm a freelance journalist - regular TES contributor - and I'm writing an article for a special science teaching supplement that's coming out soon. This particular piece will be looking at the issue of primary science post Sats...has the status of science been diminshed because it's no longer tested nationally? Are schools investing less / giving science a lower priority? Or has the abolition of Sats made it easier to innovate and to offer an exciting curriculum? I would love to hear the views of some primary teachers on this - and if anyone is willing to answer a few questions by email (can be entirely anonymous) then I'd really appreciate it... My email is firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!