Leading and developing excellence in KS1 primary science NY055 / A18

Start date
14 Jan 19
Duration
2 Days
Location
National STEM Learning Centre, University of York, York YO10 5DD View on Google Map

Summary

Develop confidence in leading and teaching an outstanding KS1 primary science curriculum.  Reinforce your own subject knowledge and learn how to tackle children’s common misconceptions.

The two days will be spent exploring ways of bringing the KS1 curriculum to life through practical approaches to deliver subject specific content. You will also gain the confidence to apply age appropriate mathematical knowledge to science.

This course will enable you to plan and embed a progressive and engaging curriculum to meet the needs of the children.

This is a residential course, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course. 

 

 

Outcomes

You will be able to:

• develop an understanding of what excellence looks like in KS1 science
• identify practical approaches to teaching subject specific content in KS1 science
• describe how KS1 science fits within the primary curriculum
• apply age appropriate mathematical knowledge to KS1 science

Sessions

Leading and developing excellence in KS1 primary science - day 114 January 2019 10:00-19:00
Leading and developing excellence in KS1 primary science - day 215 January 2019 09:00-16:00

Notes

This course is part of a suite of courses aimed at supporting teachers in all key stages.  Colleagues may be interested in:

NY056a18 - Leading and developing excellence in lower KS2 primary science

NY057a18 - Leading and developing excellence in upper KS2 primary science

Pricing

State-funded school or college£640.00 +VAT£540.00ENTHUSE Bursary
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Fee-paying school or college (independent)£640.00 +VAT

Participants from outside the UK will be charged the course fee and an additional £120 per day plus VAT.

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