Making Powerful Connections to Maths and Literacy in the Science Curriculum RC113 / C02
“Children learnt best when they could see how the Science they were studying linked to real world experiences, revealed more about the ‘big ideas’ in Science, and connected with and supported their learning of subjects, Including English and Mathematics.
Learning in this fashion engages and enthuses pupils, develops their natural curiosity, and motivates them to find out more.”
Maintaining Curiosity Report Ofsted 2013.
Throughout this course, you will identify the links between the core subjects and how to maximise your pupils' opportunities to develop numeracy, literacy and scientific skills.
Who is the course leader?
SLE For Worcestershire.
PSQM Hub Leader for Herefordshire & Worcestershire
Part time Primary School Teacher
You will be able to:
- Plan Science lessons that further develop mathematical and literacy skills.
- Understand the progression in Numeracy and Literacy skills and how to develop children’s skills.
- Explore a range of ideas to promote the understanding and retention of children’s scientific vocabulary.
- Gain an awareness of the nature and breadth of opportunities for linking science with literacy and numeracy.
- Understand the importance of quality Science texts in the classroom and how these can be used as hooks for learning, supporting understanding and developing reading.
|Making Powerful Connections to Science in the Core Curriculum
|15 May 2023
|Haybridge High School and Sixth Form
|State-funded school or college
|Activity fee£185.00 +VAT
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)
|Activity fee£370.00 +VAT
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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