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STEM Clubs Week is here!

This week we are shining a spotlight on STEM Clubs everywhere and celebrating the amazing strides that take place in inspiring the next generation of professionals in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.Get involvedEnter our photo competition to winHow would you like to win £150 worth of education...

Kirklees Secondary Science Technicians' network meetingRB219D27

Start Date21 Mar 2019
VenueHuddersfield
FeesFree
This is a chance for collaboration with your peers so you can share information and develop as a leader. Expert consultants will help you identify priority issues in teaching and learning and professional development for your teams. You will be able to develop solutions, drawing on the expertise within the group....

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Linking literacy and maths to the primary science curriculum - session 2RB113P02

Start Date01 Mar 2019
Duration1 Day
VenueHull
FeesFrom £75.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Collecting, analysing and presenting data in science requires and provides opportunity for the use and development of mathematical skills. Throughout this course, you will identify how to maximise your pupils opportunities to develop their numeracy skills and improve attainment in science by planning lessons in which...

CPD opportunity in the North East: Using 'Big Data' in the classroom

The Royal Society’s Schools engagement team will be in Newcastle on 21 February, running a continuing professional development session for teachers on ‘big data’.

The event will introduce how data skills can help students understand the science they explore in the classroom and equip them...


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CPD opportunity in the North East: Using 'Big Data ' in the classroom

The Royal Society’s Schools engagement team will be in Newcastle on 21 February, running a continuing professional development session for teachers on ‘big data’.

The event will introduce how data skills can help students understand the science they explore in the classroom and equip them...


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Community STEM club

Hello Everyone,

I work for Surrey Libraries and I have set up a Science Club in one of our branches. I would really appreciate any help or suggestions that anyone has. So far we have done pH testing with red cabbage and building mini catapults with lolly sticks. I have also planned to cover Volcanoes,...


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Ice and Submarines at Fordbank Primary School

Another enjoyable PEP session with P4’s at Fordbank Primary school in Renfrewshire. We looked at how melting ice can impact on sea level rise, and carried out some more floating and sinking experiments to understand how a submarine works. I was very impressed with the Antarctic display on the wall and P4...


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The satisfaction of sharing science

At the STEM Inspiration Awards in November 2018, Didcot Girls School took home the title of Outstanding STEM Club, praised for its impact on girls' career choices and love of STEM it has inspired. We spoke to club leader Lynn Nickerson about her tireless work to bring STEM to life for her students. It’s the end of the first day back after the Christmas...

Science Learning Partnerships

Our Science Learning Partnerships (SLPs) combine local expertise in teaching and learning in science, facilitating CPD, and providing school-to-school support.They are led by local teaching school alliances, schools and colleges with excellence in science, higher education institutions, and other local partners with...

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