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Developing the role of the primary science subject leaderRA101B13

Start Date23 Sep 2019
VenueLeigh
FeesFrom £175.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Good subject leadership has a positive impact on the quality of science teaching in primary schools. You will explore a range of strategies to audit and lead science in your school, understand your role more fully and be able to identify and promote effective primary science.

Developing the role of the primary science subject leaderRE101I05

Start Date23 Sep 2019
VenueGuildford
FeesFrom £95.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Good subject leadership has a positive impact on the quality of science teaching in primary schools. You will explore a range of strategies to audit and lead science in your school, understand your role more fully and be able to identify and promote effective primary science.

Aspire to STEM Science - WORKING SCIENTIFICALLY - Hexthorpe Academy - INVITATION ONLYAB700B12

Start Date23 Sep 2019
VenueDoncaster
FeesFree
This activity is open to Aspire to STEM participating schools. Those eligible schools will be notified.

Teaching and leading key stage 1 computingCB001C05

Start Date24 Sep 2019
Duration2 Days
VenueBradford
FeesFree
This course is delivered as part of the National Centre for Computing Education. Computing is a broad subject, made up of computer science, information technology and digital literacy. This two-day professional development complements our one-day programming and algorithms  event, giving you confidence in teaching...

New OFSTED framework and the Primary CurriculumRE121N08

Start Date24 Sep 2019
VenueLondon
FeesFrom £50.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
This is a local network meeting facilitated by local teachers to share good practice. Please see individual dates for further information.

Why children need to work scientifically and how they can- using ideas for pupil led investigationsRB108N03

Start Date24 Sep 2019
Duration1 Day
VenueDerby
FeesFrom £175.00 . Fees can vary, see page for more details
Learn to implement strategies for scientific enquiry in order to improve children's outcomes through effective teaching of working scientifically. You will explore a range of techniques to draw out pupil ideas and develop strategies to inspire and incorporate these ideas into your science lessons.

Invite Only Primary Hub - Science subject lead network meetingRA831A03

Start Date24 Sep 2019
Duration2 Hours
VenueBacup
FeesFree
This package is developed in collaboration with the schools who sign up. The foci of network meetings and CPD sessions are agreed with participating schools after a needs analysis to ensure the CPD delivered is bespoke and will have maximum impact in improving pupil outcomes for pupils in your school. The Hub Package...

Why children need to work scientifically at KS1 and how they canRH107A21

Start Date24 Sep 2019
VenueSt Neots
FeesFrom £50.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Effective teaching of scientific enquiry is central to developing children's ideas, skills, knowledge and understanding in science. You will be able to implement strategies for planning, resourcing and organising a range of types of enquiry in order to improve children's outcomes.

Developing the role of the subject leaderRJ101B01

Start Date25 Sep 2019
VenueDarlington
FeesFrom £275.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Good subject leadership has a positive impact on the quality of science teaching in primary schools. You will explore a range of strategies to audit and lead science in your school, understand your role more fully and be able to identify and promote effective primary science.

Developing the role of the science leaderRC101C01

Start Date25 Sep 2019
VenueRugeley
FeesFrom £175.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Good subject leadership has a positive impact on the quality of science teaching in primary schools. You will explore a range of strategies to audit and lead science in your school, understand your role more fully and be able to identify and promote effective primary science.

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