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Blackpool Aspire to STEM Science - INVITATION ONLYAB700A13

Start Date20 Sep 2019
VenuePoulton-le-Fylde
FeesFree
This activity is open to Aspire to STEM participating schools. Those eligible schools will be notified.

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.

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 subject leaderRJ101C01

Start Date26 Sep 2019
VenueWallsend
FeesFrom £155.00 + 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.

RTSA Primary Subject Leaders’ Network RK121D01

Start Date26 Sep 2019
VenueNottingham
FeesFree
Led by Bel Brown (Science Learning Partnership Primary Lead) and Karen Marks (Forest Fields Primary and Nursery School). The Network will meet termly to discuss CPD opportunities, updates in science and to share best practice. New members are always welcome to attend.

Engaging practicals and demonstrations for primary scienceRB121L07

Start Date30 Sep 2019
VenueNewcastle upon Tyne
FeesFrom £30.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Engage pupils with the unexpected!  In this session you will explore practicals and demonstrations that create cognitive conflict, can be used to uncover misconceptions, and get pupils talking. Our Senior technician will show you how to run effective and thought provoking demonstrations with equipment and materials...

Teaching science in EYFSRC120D01

Start Date02 Oct 2019
Duration1 Day
VenueNottingham
FeesFrom £175.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
This course will support practitioners in the EYFS and also science leads who would like to improve their own knowledge of EYFS science teaching & learning.Through practical activities & effective provision resources, practitioners will explore what it means to be an Early Years scientist.

Primary conferenceRB124A01

Start Date02 Oct 2019
VenueDarlington
FeesFrom £30.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Our primary conferences always provide outstanding learning opportunities linked to topical developments in primary science teaching along side time to talk and share ideas with other primary practitioners. Please see each entry for more detail of the focus in your locality.  

Assessment and progression in primary scienceRB102N06

Start Date03 Oct 2019
VenueChesterfield
FeesFrom £175.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Evidence shows that effective assessment for learning leads to raised attainment. Identify how you can integrate and embed assessment practices into your science teaching using a range of practical easy to use strategies and resources.

Tuxford Primary Science Subject Leader NetworkRK121D07

Start Date03 Oct 2019
VenueNewark
FeesFrom £50.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Providing subject leaders with the skills to drive science forward in their schools as well as the opportunity to network with other science leaders. Led by Nicola Beverley, this year’s network meetings will consider ‘Curriculum design in science’ as a recurring theme (as a response to the recently voiced OfSTED...

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