Primary STEM conferences: you have what it takes

Primary STEM conference

In June, the National STEM Learning Centre in York is hosting the annual science, mathematics and computing conferences to support your teaching.

Whether you are looking for support with teaching coding, ways of linking science to the rest of the curriculum or simply looking for new inspiration for your lessons, we have something for you. 

Each day costs £80 and state-funded schools receive a £100 ENTHUSE bursary.

“I feel that the conference inspired me to think differently about how we deliver science and has given me some great ideas to put in place.” - Sophie Matthews, Madley Primary School, primary science conference

Monday 25 June 2018 – computing

With sessions for all teachers of computing in primary, secondary and further education, our annual computing conference is the ideal place to improve your teaching practice.

Tuesday 26 June 2018 – science

Featuring keynote speaker Tim Gregory (runner-up BBC Astronauts: Do you have what it takes?).

We also have a range of exciting workshops for you to choose from so you can tailor the day to meet your needs and interests. This is a day packed full of creative science that will engage and motivate you and your children.

Wednesday 27 June 2018 – mathematics

For the second year, we are partnering with the Yorkshire Riding Maths Hubs to provide a range of exciting workshops for you to choose from. Our keynote speaker, Debbie Morgan will be focussing on teaching for mastery. From a newly qualified teacher to an experienced leader there will be something for everyone to explore.

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