York physics day NY233
CERN visit second residential period attendees are invited to an event that demonstrates updates on current research in physics and give you ideas to take back to the classroom
Participants on the CERN visit second residential period are invited to attend an event on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 June (starting immediately after the CERN follow-up conference at 16:30), which is being organised by the National STEM Learning Centre and the Department of Physics at York University.
The event includes a series of updates into current areas of physics research, which will allow you to take back ideas of contemporary physics which you may want to use in your teaching, as well as updating your own knowledge and interest in physics.
The course cost will be £85+VAT, but there will also be £120 bursary available, from project ENTHUSE. The course fee includes accommodation and dinner on Friday 17 June, in addition to the main day on Saturday. The bursary funding is available to all state schools, academies and free schools, as listed in the standard ENTHUSE terms and conditions. Additional night accommodation on the Saturday is available on request at £36+VAT, in case you want to make a weekend of it in York!
On the Friday evening, in addition to a number of short sessions there will be a pub-style talk before dinner, after which participants will be able to explore the locality, or head into York. We will provide a self-guided “Science Trail of York” for those who want to find out more about this historic city!
Participants will be able to:
- explore interesting and engaging areas of cutting edge physics
- develop relationships with early career researchers for further classroom engagement
- discover additional activities and resources to support their teaching of physics
ENTHUSE Awards are bursaries which are available to teachers, lecturers, teaching assistants and technicians from state funded schools, academies or colleges across the UK. ENTHUSE Awards contribute towards the costs of attending world-class continuing professional development (CPD) provided by the National Science Learning Centre.
Shortly after your application you will be emailed a link to the electronic Impact Identifier and ENTHUSE Award application form. Simply complete this form to apply for your bursary. For further information see our ENTHUSE Awards page
Research Councils UK
Thanks to funding from the Research Councils UK, all CPD which is part of the Bringing Cutting Edge Science into the Classroom programme qualifies for a bursary.
State funded schools, colleges or universities in the UK can benefit from this funding for teachers, technicians and those on Initial Teacher Training (ITT).
Keeping in Touch
The email address you give when you apply will be used to send you all joining instructions and information about your course. Please make sure you can be contacted directly with this address.