Primary science conference NY007

The defining conference for primary science, helping teachers and leaders inspire pupils, develop cross-curricular approaches and tackle the science curriculum.


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"A wonderful day full of ideas, suggestions and activities to do with children and colleagues. I feel totally inspired."
Past participant
"Full of lots of inspirational ideas for the classroom to make science fun."
Past participant
This successful Annual event is jointly organised by the National STEM Learning Centre and the Association for Science Education (ASE)

Over one day it will bring together primary teachers, science subject leaders and teaching assistants who are interested in developing science within their schools.

There will be a range of optional sessions to choose from, which will enable you to tailor the conference to your requirements. Throughout the day you will have time to share good practice with colleagues and explore the National STEM Centre, which houses the UK's largest collection of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) classroom teaching resources and an exhibition of primary resources with major publishers represented.

This is a 1 day course and fees include meals and refreshments for the duration of the day. Course fees vary for participants outside the UK. Please contact enquiries@stem.org.uk for more information.

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Outcomes

You will be able to:

  • inspire children and colleagues to enjoy science
  • tackle the new science curriculum with confidence
  • use a range of creative and cross-curricular approaches to science
  • share best practice with other primary teachers and explore new resources

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