How to deliver the new “broad and balanced” curriculum?

By getting connected to STEM-based learning opportunities available in the Bristol region!

The majority of primary school teachers don’t have a degree in the sciences, and can lack the confidence to incorporate the science demanded by Ofsted’s new “broad and balanced” curriculum into their lessons….but Bristol is rich in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) research and industry – we just need to tap into these resources.

This is a key opportunity for industry, because to ensure a future skilled workforce – they need to act now – at the primary school level, to show children how fun and creative STEM subjects are.

To help schools fulfil the curriculum and industries ensure a future workforce, Curiosity Connections is gathering together decision makers from local primary schools and STEM industries to discuss the challenges teachers face in incorporating STEM in the “broad and balanced” curriculum, and how to overcome them!

Sign up on Eventbrite to attend:

‘Balancing the Primary Curriculum: Schools & STEM working together’

27th June, 16:15 – 17:45

Filton Avenue Primary School, Orchard Campus (next door to Orchard School Bristol)

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