Leading Primary STEM Online Conference RC124 / B21

Summary

This online Science Learning Partnership event is delivered in collaboration with Shropshire Local Authority/CPD@UCS and Warrington Association of Primary Headteachers. 

Keynote: “Improving Primary Science - the Education Endowment Foundation findings”

The keynote for this conference will focus on the new Education Endowment Foundation best practice research findings in “Improving Primary Science” and give you an opportunity to consider the implications for enhancing teaching, learning and children’s progression in your school.

Keynote Speaker: Nicola Arkinstall, Staffordshire Research School Director

 

Workshops to include:

  • Is your Design and Technology curriculum fit for purpose at Primary level?, with Leanne Mee
  • Interactive dialogue – the magic key to engagement and deep learning, with Ant Snowden
  • Science with pupil power for pence not pounds!, with Ant Snowden
  • Planning for progression in enquiry, with Claire Raxworthy-Cooper
  • Strategies for getting SEND students talking in science and evidencing attainment, with Rob Butler
  • Digital quizzes and assessments, with Sarah Vaughan
  • An introduction to the Primary Science Capital Teaching Approach, with Lorraine Coghill
  • Linking Science with English/Maths, with Tom Holloway
  • Leading EYFS Science, with Alison Trew

 

There is a Teacher Release Payment subsidy of 70% available to eligible schools. To take advantage of this, please email e.thomas@bishopchalloner.bham.sch.uk 

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Outcomes

Please see specific entries for exact outcomes for the conference you are interested in, there will be the opportunity to:

  • discuss current good practice in primary science
  • recognise your own good practice, and identify areas for development
  • reflect on ways to translate ideas to your school context, and plan for action

Sessions

DateTimeLocation
Primary Science CPD Conference15 March 202409:00-15:15Virtual

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Cost

State-funded school or collegeActivity fee£100.00 +VAT
Fee-paying school or college (independent)Activity fee£200.00 +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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