Primary science conference at Stonehenge RD124 / C03
The conference will focus on strategies, ideas and activities to capture children’s natural curiosity, develop their skills and approaches when working scientifically and enhance their independence. The keynote speech will outline what is important and offer simple ideas and suggest small changes that can be made to current practice to help ensure that children work as scientists. The day will end with an update session to ensure subject leaders are informed about the latest developments including curriculum, assessment and Ofsted.
Resources will be available to take away on the day.
The Workshops will focus on:
- encouraging children to raise questions
- supporting children’s lines of enquiry
- interpreting findings
|Primary science conference at Stonehenge||01 July 2016||10:00-16:15||Venue address|
Please list the discount code PRICONF5016 stating that if booking on this conference you can take a colleague at a 50% reduction of the full price.
01904 328183 firstname.lastname@example.org
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|State-funded school or college||Activity fee£130.00 +VAT||Subsidy available*£65.00|
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)||Activity fee£130.00 +VAT|
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