CPD events in February

Here’s the February Primary STEM Learning CPD events available:

Working with an experienced science leader, you will develop your vision and leadership skills to enable you to lead an effective and vibrant science team. By improving your leadership and management skills you will help your team teach more effectively so students achieve their potential.
4th Feb is day 1 and day 2 of the course is on 29 March 2019 09:00-15:00.
(The Kings of Wessex Academy, BS27 3AQ View on Google Map)

Science provides a context through which play-based learning activities can develop children’s skills and knowledge and understanding of their world. You will try out ideas for practical science that can be used with young children to develop a range of scientific skills and explore the opportunities these activities offer to promote children’s social skills as they work in small groups.
(Malmesbury School, SN16 0DF View on Google Map)
This is a local network meeting facilitated by local teachers to share good practice. You will develop the teaching and assessment of working scientifically in your school, and develop your schemes of work/learning in order to enhance the teaching and learning of science in your school.
(Ledbury Primary School, HR8 2BE View on Google Map)

On this course you will be given support to create plans for meaningful cross-curricular links within science. You will explore how to make your science stimulating, exciting and relevant to the real world. Using the new primary Curriculum you will be able to identify the value of making links between curriculum subjects.

27 February 2019 13:30-16:15 Swindon Primary Subject leaders’ network
This is a local network meeting facilitated by local teachers to share good practice.Please see individual dates for further information. You will develop the teaching and assessment of working scientifically in your school, and develop your schemes of work/learning in order to enhance the teaching and learning of science in your school.

(The Ridgeway School & Sixth Form College, SN4 9DJ View on Google Map)

Effective teaching of scientific enquiry is central to developing children’s ideas, skills, knowledge and understanding in science.You will be able to implement strategies for planning, resourcing and organising a range of types of enquiry in order to improve children’s outcomes.Pupils are enthused and motivated when they are involved in planning their own enquiries and when they can see the relevance of them to their everyday life. You will explore a range of techniques to draw out their ideas and develop strategies to inspire and incorporate these ideas into your science lessons.
(Malmesbury School, SN16 0DF View on Google Map)

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