Be inspired by our primary conferences this summer
Over summer, the National STEM Learning Centre and Network is hosting a number of practical, hands-on conferences to support your teaching in the primary classroom.
With opportunities to hear from a range of subject specialists and education leaders, these conferences are the perfect chance to stay up to date with the changes to the primary curriculum.
You are also able to choose from the optional sessions available, allowing you to tailor the conferences to best meet the needs of you and your school.
What’s on offer?
Join other teachers in your area at a primary science conference in your locality. The conferences provide outstanding learning opportunities linked to topical developments in primary science teaching alongside time to talk and share ideas with other primary practitioners.
“A wonderful day full of ideas, suggestions and activities to do with children and colleagues. I feel totally inspired.”
The primary science conference is a one day event in York which will enable you to tackle the new science curriculum with confidence and share best practice with other primary school teachers.
Taking place on 1 July 2016, there will be a range of optional sessions available on the day. From learning how Tim Peake and space can be used as a context for practical science to learning Stickman-related science activities, there will be something for everyone at this conference!
Explore ways of developing fluency, reasoning and problem solving across the mathematics curriculum.
The primary mathematics conference is taking place on 30 June 2016. This one day conference will help you to inspire children and colleagues in mathematics.
There will be a range of optional sessions to choose from, allowing you to tailor the conference to meet your individual requirements.
We have been working with the CAS Regional Centre for Yorkshire and Humber to bring you the latest innovative teaching and learning ideas for your computing lessons.
Designed for computing teachers across all phases, there will be a range of engaging sessions available on the day. Dedicated workshops for primary and secondary teachers will run alongside those of interest to both groups, allowing the conference to best meet your needs.
Taking place on 29 June 2016, be sure not to miss out on the latest tips and advice from experienced teachers and leaders in computing education!