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Placement: Northumbrian Water (Durham)TY889

Location: Northumbrian Water, Bolden House, Wheatlands Way, Pity Me, Durham, DH1 5FA Placements are available with Northumbrian Water supported by a £1000 ENTHUSE bursary. To express your interest in a placement, please complete this form and send it to: placements@stem.org.uk The final part of the programme is a one...

Chemistry for non-specialistsNY243

This course is designed to provide teachers with the confidence, flair and enthusiasm to teach chemistry at Key Stages 3 and 4. It is specifically aimed at those who are not chemistry specialists. The five day course is split into a 3 day and a 2 day residential period, based in York. The course covers a wide range...

Closing the gap – EAL students in secondary scienceNY254

Language is often a barrier for EAL (English as an additional language) students of all abilities, even the most able. Gain strategies to support all EAL students to make progress in science and discover how to go beyond language barriers. Understand how to expose a student’s natural ability and learning even when...

Designing your science curriculum for successNY287

Effective curriculum design is essential to support outstanding teaching and learning. Classroom teachers and heads of science will be able to explore different ways of integrating effective schemes of learning into their departments. Effective subject knowledge, well-planned, embedded practical skills and assessment...

Develop your subject knowledge to teach a level biologyNY293

Are you teaching or about to teach post-16 biology? Finding some topics tricky to get your head around? Increase your confidence in your own subject knowledge by reviewing common misconceptions in biology. Examine difficult biological concepts whist being supported by experienced subject experts. This is a...

Developing an outstanding primary science curriculumNY044

With an increased focus from Ofsted on curriculum design, primary schools all over the country are taking time out to rethink their own approaches to curriculum and assessment. This course will give you either a starting point or springboard for developing a primary science curriculum that best meets the needs of...

Developing and leading excellence in the early years foundation stageNY012

"An inspiring course which has left me with lots to think about."Past participant Aimed at science subject leaders and Early Years practitioners, this highly practical course will help you identify and demonstrate good teaching and learning practices in science for children in Early Years. You will acquire a range of...

Developing mastery in practical skillsNY269

Concerned your students can’t answer questions on the GCSE exams? Discover how mapping skills and developing a suite of resources will enable you and your department to effectively support learning through practical activities. With better understanding and experience in practical science, your students will be...

Developing shared approaches to maths in science and science in mathsMY214

There is significant overlap between science and mathematics curricula, but students’ experience of shared topics is often very different in the two subjects. Are applications from science regularly used to explore concepts in maths lessons? Are the mathematical techniques that students learn in science developed...

Developing the established primary science leaderNY003

Innovative, exciting and supportive, this CPD is aimed at established primary science subject leaders who want to explore current best practice, extend their skills and interact with research at local, national and international levels. You will engage in dialogue and debate with peers and a range of science-based...

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