Explores how the centre's architects took many things into account as they began the design process, facilities that help people in wheelchairs, the value of signs and maps.
Christina is taken to hospital in an ambulance to check that she hasn't been seriously hurt after falling out of a tree house.
Learn why we make some buildings so tall and what happens inside the different types of buildings.
See the different features of an apartment building and how they work, including car parks, elevators, fire stairs, rubbish chutes, different utilities and security systems.
Real life examples teach us how to count groups of numbers - the secret to multiplication.
Minibeasts even live at the beach see how many you can find. The narrator of these clips asks open questions that allow students time to respond for themselves.
A look at a few of the different minibeasts that live around a pond, including grasshoppers, ants and ladybugs. The narrator asks open ended questions that allow students time to answer for themselves.
A look at some of the icky minibeasts that live inside houses and sometimes even in cars, like cockroaches, beetles, snails and spiders. The narrator askes open questions that allow students to answer for themselves.
There are lots of minibeasts in the garden, like mosquitoes, caterpillars, and butterflies. The narrator of this clip asks open questions that allow the students time to answer.
Rebecca explains how she uses her other senses while she is blind, including reading with braille, and Deaf students show how they communicate.
Using the Greek term for giraffe, camelopardalis, see how the brain processes and stores information about the things we see, hear, touch, taste and smell.
Learn how our brain receives messages from our senses and computes them, then sends messages back to our body.
At a party for his 100th birthday, Mr Palmer reminisces about what birthdays were like when he was a boy, and Edwardstown Primary School celebrates its centenary.
The Cyberchase gang must balance some numbers to stop a villainous plan to corrupt cyber space.
Howl returns to the castle transformed and welcomes the new family members, the Witch of the Waste and Suliman's dog. They move house to evade Madame Suliman. Sophie recognises the new location as her hometown and even her old hatter. Howl gives Sophie a present, a portal into an untouched landscape. Sophie's spell is temporarily lifted. The scene explores human transformation, human industry, love and the need to protect the natural world.
After the witch derailed Sophie's plans, thrusting her into Howl's childhood, Sophie finds Howl and returns to Calcifer, Turnip Head and Marko. Howl is given back his heart and Calcifer is given his freedom. Turnip Head saves them from near peril and turns back into the prince. Sophie and Howl fall in love and the Witch of the Waste tells the prince to return to the palace and end this unreasonable war. Calcifer returns to the family.
Howl has a tantrum after using the wrong potion in the shower and accidently dying his hair from blonde to red. Inconsolable, Howl begins to call the spirits of darkness around him. Sophie comes to terms with her own insecurities.