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A perfect use of ICT Adrian Fenton, Curriculum Support Manager, Association for Science Education Click here to see the video

They all got spot on when they did the exam after Jennifer Scott, Head of Science, Twickenham Prep

It is not just an interactive whiteboard tool, not just software students can use and learn from, nor just a simulation tool that students can investigate with. It is all of these and it delivers on all counts… Evaluator, School Science Review, March 2006

The most promising bundle of the year, Sunflower Multimedia Library for Science is great software for chemistry. And it is not just titles like Diffusion and Atoms and Ions that smack of relevance, for here is a set of activity-based learning tools with substance. TES

A staggering step forward in educational ICT Pete Garner, Evaluator, TEEM, July 2006

It is hard to imagine how this software could be improved TEEM

Having seen your products I am stunned – they really are something else Angela Condron, St Angela’s College

Bonding is the most powerful piece of software I have used in 37 years of teaching Graham Wheeler, John Hampden Grammar School

Sunflower Multimedia for Biology is up to the plaudits heaped upon it Roger Frost, TES

The staff like it! The students like it! Grant Taylor, Tewkesbury School

I collected the package on Wednesday am and have already used it in three lessons Malcolm Churchill, Wycombe High School

I found all the programmes on the CD-ROM useful and of the highest quality. However, what makes this package particularly useful is its flexibility and ease of use. TEEM

These are among the best models we’ve seen for teaching chemistry. Judges of the BETT Awards 2004

Very interesting and worthwhile. Charles McRoberts, PT Chemistry, St. Andrew’s Academy

Until now we’ve seen ‘nice’ animation – if Dissolving had appeared years back, it would have shown merely how solids disappeared in water. But today we have moved on. When is the liquid saturated? What happens if the liquid evaporates? What happens if we change the temperature? With this new-style title, pupils gain unusual scope to explore a tricky concept. This is one of eight fresh-faced stimulating chemistry titles. The Guardian

These programmes are extremely reasonably priced and fulfil a function which I have looked for for years. They are an outstanding set of resources for Science teachers Dr Susan Wilkinson, Walthamstow Hall School, Sevenoaks

The software has enough structure to suit the needs of teachers working under pressure and enough flexibility to support open-ended investigations and answer demanding questions. TEEM

For chemistry you will find a lovely collection to deal with bonding, dissolving and diffusion. Again these come with materials to fit them into whatever time-slot you have available. ATL Magazine

This is simple and effective software …A site licence for up to 2000 users is included in the price making it a very affordable investment. Computer Shopper