Primary science annual conference - Raising engagement and achievement in primary science NY075 / A21
STEM Learning, supported by the Primary Science Teaching Trust, is pleased to be able to offer this exciting event aimed at supporting primary classroom teachers and science leaders.
With a wide selection of interactive and engaging workshops, we aim to support you with effective teaching strategies, resources and information to improve your primary science practice and inspire the children in your school. During our optional sessions, you will able to choose from a range of themes, including those focusing on the early years foundation stage, developing creative approaches to teaching science, improving practical science and the use of computing and technology in science.
The keynote will be delivered by Sarah Earle from Bath Spa University, and the day includes a live panel discussion that will focus on how to improve of primary science and address the challenges currently faced in schools. Our team of educational experts and specialist facilitators will be on hand throughout the day to support you and answer your primary science questions.
We really hope you can join us and look forward to seeing in York, on 13th October 2021.
Who is the course leader?
Tanya is the Primary STEM Lead at the National STEM learning centre in York. She works with both primary and secondary professionals to develop...
- Explore strategies to engage with a high standard of primary science in your school
- Develop an understanding of how to enrich science learning in your classroom
- Explore a range of resources and sources of support to enable you to raise engagement and achievement in primary science
|Primary science annual conference (face to face)||13 October 2021||10:00-16:30||National STEM Learning Centre|
Fees & Bursaries
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