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Using computing and data logging to support primary scienceRN115A01

Start Date20 Jan 2020
Duration1 Day
VenueGloucester
FeesFrom £99.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Using a range of digital technologies helps schools meet the KS2 requirements for children to collect direct evidence from enquiries, process data and communicate their ideas. During this course you will get hands-on practical experience using digital technologies in science and be able to decide on the best use of...

Adding value and helping students make progress in post 16 science RP524

This course will give you the chance to gain an understanding of the drivers and barriers to student progress, and discover teaching and learning strategies to maximise progress of learners. Learn how to use analytical data to diagnose and remedy problems/issues, and develop practical strategies to ensure that all...

Assessment in easy steps RP176

With the removal of levels from the national curriculum, how can teachers assess and monitor children’s progress in science in an effective and meaningful way? This session will introduce you to a variety of methods to assess children’s knowledge and working scientifically skills. It will show you how, through the...

Big Bang FairRP715

Inspiring young people to consider a career in STEM related roles and give them an insight into the wealth of opportunities available to them.

Blackpool network primary sessionsRP165

Focus for 1 March 2018 meeting - Are you Ofsted ready? feedback from those who attended Blackpool free course on 1 Feb 2018 science coordinators to share coordinator files what questions have recently been asked during Ofsted? what is Ofsted looking for? explore some recent samples from across the country Focus for 7...

Building and leading a productive science team in your schoolRP341

Are you worried about the time and effort wasted between science colleagues because of poor communication, misunderstandings, or a lack of mutual accountability and collective purpose? This interactive session provides and works through many ideas you can take forward with the department team which you lead. It is...

Cornwall primary science shareRP168

Science Learning Partnership Cornwall and St. Joseph’s School welcome all primary teachers to the inaugural primary science share. This brand new network is a sharing platform for you to pool ideas and develop good practice. This strengthening of informal school-to-school support will create an effective network of...

Creative assessment - differentiated assessment strategiesRP172

Discover creative ways to record, assess, and develop pupils’ science skills and knowledge. Learn how modelling, songs, role play, and big books can help you find out what your children know, without them having to pick up a pencil or write in an exercise book! During the day, you will also have the chance to see how...

Developing home school linksRP179

Develop an understanding of the importance of home school links in primary science. Discover a range of home/school activities.

Developing learner’s resilience and independent learning skills in post 16 science RP523

Explore different methods to help learners manage the transition from level 2 to level 3, cope with the challenges of independent learning and develop the resilience to endure a full post-16 programme. Develop strategies to ensure that the culture of the classroom is right and that learners develop the skills needed...

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