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A toolkit for the world around us, numeracy and STEM co-ordinatorsNN006

This course provides a vital toolkit for the World Around Us, Numeracy and STEM co-ordinators. Sessions will include providing guidance on roles and responsibilities of the subject co-ordinator, incorporating planning and policy requirements, ideas on how to link the individual subject areas while still covering the...

Effective classroom management in primary scienceNY027

Do science lessons in your school feel like an accident waiting to happen? How can you carry out exciting, practical, enquiry driven science lessons without losing sleep over safety or worrying that chaos will ensue? This practical course will provide you with the skills and confidence to plan and facilitate learning...

Leading subject knowledge in the new primary curriculum: physical worldNY020

This has been designed to support primary teachers by enhancing and improving your teaching of physics within the new primary science curriculum. You will explore strategies to engage children in primary physics and in turn develop your own subject knowledge. You will also be given the opportunity to explore and...

New primary science curriculum: teaching, learning and assessment in lower KS2NY025

Designed to equip lower KS2 teachers with the knowledge, skills and confidence to implement the new primary science curriculum. Through practical work and group discussion you will familiarise yourself with the new lower 5-11 age group (key Stage 2 KS2) programmes of study. You will also consider a range of...

Leading the thinking, doing, talking approach in primary science .NY001

This course is based upon the highly successful ‘Thinking, Doing, Talking Science’ project from Oxford which works on the premise that science lessons which are most successful at engaging and motivating pupils and raising their attainment feature more practical activity, deeper thinking, more discussion, less (but...

Primary science for new and recently qualified teachersNY015

Planning exciting, differentiated science lessons can be a lot to get your head around when you are new to the job! Not only do you have to assess the children and be there to answer their complex questions, but children are expected to make progress, learn to select the most appropriate method of enquiry,...

Creative, cross-curricular primary scienceNY008

Explore an innovative range of cross curricular strategies and creative art forms with science as a central theme.You will discover exciting ways of communicating science, bringing a sense of fun and discovery to children’s learning and by motivating young children and capturing their imaginations.You will be...

New and aspiring primary science specialistNY010

This innovative programme combines practical science subject knowledge workshops with specially sequenced sessions that will enable you to support primary pupils’ learning effectively and initiate and lead change in your school. Teachers who are new to the role of science subject leader will find this course...

Primary science conferenceNY007

"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 Over one day it will bring together primary teachers, science subject leaders and...

New primary computing curriculum: teaching algorithms, programming and digital literacyTY001

A practical demonstration of how the new computing curriculum can be applied in the classroom. Learn the theory behind algorithms and experience practical examples of how to teach ‘computational thinking’ without a computer! Gain experience in programming techniques, different coding software available on the market...

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