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Practical ideas for teaching physics: year 1 to year 6NY063

This course will develop your own subject knowledge within the primary physics curriculum, and ensure you are able to support your pupils in developing their subject knowledge through practical exploration. We will explore practical activities that support National Curriculum learning objectives in both physics...

Developing and leading excellence in the early years foundation stageNY012

"An inspiring course which has left me with lots to think about."Past participantAimed 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...

Leading and developing an inclusive primary science curriculum for pupils with SENDNY043

Teaching children with any degree of SEND can be challenging within any classroom. We have developed a three day programme aimed specifically at primary teachers which will cover aspects of differentiation and adapting practical tasks for children of all abilities.Over the three days we will focus on ways to include...

Primary science curriculum design: Embedding real life contextsNY070

Using everyday contexts in primary science helps to make science more recognisable and accessible. It is a route to enable children to engage with abstract and challenging ideas.This two day course will explore ways to introduce everyday contexts including people, places, materials and problems. These strategies will...

Leading primary science in 2020NY071

This course is designed to support current science subject leaders develop a science curriculum that provides opportunities for pupils to engage in purposeful and inspiring science. Participants will be able to plan their own days by attending specific sessions and exploring the latest developments in primary science...

Developing working scientifically outside the classroomRP025

Effective strategies which embrace working scientifically outside the classroom enhance enquiry skills. You will be able to build on, and extend, children’s abilities by applying different approaches to plan and resource rich learning opportunities.

Embedding working scientifically in the primary science curriculumNY030

 Working scientifically is at the heart of an outstanding primary curriculum. This course will give you lots of practical and innovative ideas to plan for engaging and manageable practical lessons. With a focus on scientific enquiry, you will be supported in developing children’s independence and confidence...

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 your...

Teaching primary science: physicsNE007

Online course. To teach primary science effectively teachers must have sound subject knowledge, however, many primary teachers are not science subject experts. This course will examine key subject knowledge within the physics elements of the primary science curriculum, demonstrate common misconceptions children may...

Facilitating with STEM LearningFD102

Note that this course is for facilitators that are undertaking Stage 1 of the Facilitator Development Programme. You should have completed FD101 before completing this course. This course will enable participants to understand more about STEM Learning, our programmes and our expectations. We will cover how our...

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