Additional bursary support for future subject leaders

To support future subject leaders, we are pleased to be able to provide additional bursary funding for the following leadership continuing professional development (CPD) activities.

The generous bursary covers the cost of the CPD activity, which includes accommodation and meals, and provides funding towards the cost of travel to attend the activity at the National Science Learning Centre in York.

New and aspiring heads of science (NaHoS)
New to the role of head of science or looking for your next challenge? This CPD activity will provide you with strategies and techniques to be successful in your role.
Your school receives: £3,106
Activity fee: £2,806
24 Feb 2016
 

New and aspiring leaders of mathematics
Inspirational, intensive CPD for new and aspiring leaders of mathematics, provides the skills required for outstanding learning and leading of a mathematics department.
Your school receives: £1,600
Activity fee: £1,400
25 Feb 2016
 

Behaviour for learning in science
This CPD activity will be interactive and provide lots of practical ideas that can be translated directly back to the classroom.
Your school receives: £681
Activity fee: £581
10 Feb 2016 or 30 Jun 2016
 

New and aspiring primary science specialist
This innovative programme combines hands-on subject knowledge workshops with specially sequenced sessions that will support you initiate and lead change in your school.
Your school receives: £3,778
Activity fee: £3,478
20 Jan 2016
 

Leading an effective design and technology curriculum
This CPD activity is designed for computing subject leaders and teachers with a strong interest in leading design and technology.
Your school receives: £1,302
Activity fee: £1,102
14 Jan 2016
 

Leading early years science
Explore the nature of teaching and learning in Early Years, identifying national and international innovation and its potential for affecting change in science.
Your school receives: £3,711
Activity fee: £3,411
11 Jan 2016
 

 

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