The ASE West of England Conference is on Saturday, 16th November 2019 at Bath Spa University, with primary educator workshops on chemistry, butterflies, archaeology and space.
There’s also a keynote talk on the science of measurement from Dr Laura Kent from the National Physical Laboratory, and a small exhibition.
The event is free for members, and 80 primary and secondary teachers & trainees are already signed up. We’ll be in the exhibition, so come along and say hello! Sign up on Eventbrite now!
Schedule for the day
9:00 – 9:30 Registration & Exhibition
9:30 – 11:30 Keynote & Workshops
11:30 – 12:10 Break & Exhibition
12:10 – 13:30 Workshops & ABM
A1 Primary: Embedding chemistry into cross-curricular topics Beth Anderson, Royal Society of Chemistry
A2 Primary: Butterflies and moths for teaching science Kerry Merry, Butterfly Conservation
B1: Primary: Unearthing Creative Learning Sam Fieldhouse, Wessex Archaeology
B2: Primary/Lower Secondary: Why Space Education Matters Jo Richardson, Space Outreach Educator and UK Space Ambassador
Direction and Parking
The event is taking place at Bath Spa University, Newton Park Campus – directions or use the postcode: BA2 9BN
The Conference is in the Atrium of The Commons Building.
Pay and Display parking is available on site at Bath Spa’s Newton Park campus (£2 for the day).