Explore the key issues affecting secondary science, through a series of presentations and workshops. Network, share and develop ideas and discuss best practice with other secondary science teachers and heads of department.Please see the listings on the right to find more detail about the focus in your locality.
This gives supported schools the opportunity to request additional support with an adviser beyond their allocated direct support. A school can request consultancy on Coaching and Mentoring Teachers for Triple Science. Support materials for this area have been developed specifically as part of the programme.
This gives supported schools the opportunity to request additional support with an adviser beyond their allocated direct support. A school can request consultancy on Curriculum Models for Triple Science. Support materials for this area have been developed specifically as part of the programme.
Do you want to motivate Key stage 3 students to study triple science? This activity will help you identify students for triple science. You will use different sources of data to help you identify these students and examine ways to motivate students, enrich triple science learning and investigate STEM career resources...
An update of new GCSE and KS4 qualifications
This course will prepare you for your new role as a science technician. We will cover a range of topics including health and safety, policies and procedures and technicians skills. This knowledge will ensure that you will be able to apply what you lean in the classroom to provide an efficient and effective support.
This course will support science teachers in implementing the latest curriculum and tackle any issues that may arise. You will also consider how to audit and adapt existing schemes of learning to accommodate the changes.
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.
Pupils are enthused and motivated when they are involved in planning their own enquiries and when they can see the relevance of them to their everyday life. You will explore a range of techniques to draw out their ideas and develop strategies to inspire and incorporate these ideas into your science lessons.