Established teachers of A level Chemistry NY500

Develop your teaching of A level chemistry and improve outcomes for students


Are you looking for ways to develop your A level chemistry teaching and expand learning opportunities for your students? Perhaps you are leading teaching and learning in chemistry and looking for fresh ideas or ways to improve engagement, attainment and achievement?

You will develop engaging approaches to core topics, discussing advances in chemistry which can put the subject content into practical contexts. You will examine ways to support learning through: diagnosing and responding to misconceptions and prior learning; making connections between subjects and promoting independent learning, alongside effective teacher input.

Sessions will use effective and varied practical to support and extend the skills of your students and make links to the curriculum learning.

You may also be interested in: NY313 Effective A level practical work: chemistry
Not quite what you are looking for? Try: NY251 New to A level Chemistry

Who is it for?

Intended for teachers who are experienced and confident in teaching secondary chemistry. It builds upon the strategies and techniques demonstrated in the 'New to A level chemistry' course.  

What topics are covered?

  • Particles and the mole
  • Arrhenius equation
  • Ligands and complex ions
  • Reaction mechanisms
  • Varied titrations

How will you learn?

The course will be delivered through a combination of face to face and online sessions.

How long is this course?

This is two day intensive course.


By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • further develop your understanding of tricky concepts in A level chemistry 
  • enhance your repertoire of practical activities for use at A level
  • consider ideas for maximising student understanding and progress


This is a residential course, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course.

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