Online East of England Primary Science Festival: Talk & Science RH124 / D12

Start date
4 Feb 21
1 Hour
Virtual, Zoom, Remote delivered CPD View on Google Map


Facilitator: Ali Eley - PSTT

Workshop Topic: In this session we will look at developing good talk skills in science. We will use pictures as starting points for talk and look at how they can be used to support children to link ideas with evidence and develop their understanding of scientific concepts. Each participant will need to have a piece of foil with them. The session is appropriate for the whole primary age range.

This workshop is part of the East of England Primary Science Festival which runs from Monday 1st February until Thursday 11th February 2021.  

The festival is jointly hosted by the Primary Science Teaching Trust and Norfolk & Suffolk Science Learning Partnership. All sessions will run from 4-5pm on Zoom. 

See the programme of remote workshops exploring a wide array of Primary Science topics:






You will:
• consider examples of best practice in primary science
• be encouraged to reflect on practice in your school and think about areas for development.
• be signposted to organisations who can support you in your role


Talk & Science04 February 202116:00-17:00Virtual



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State-funded school or collegeActivity feeFree
Fee-paying school or college (independent)Activity fee£20.00 +VAT

Additional information

For courses at the National STEM Learning Centre in York, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course. 


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