This event offers an integrated offer from a variety of organisations: STEM Learning, the STEM Ambassador Hub, The National Centre for Computing Education, The Maths Hub, and the Royal Academy of Engineering.
A saving of over £170 based on individual course fees.
Alternatively individual sessions can also be booked onto. Please use the links below to book each session.
|Cost||Date||Time||Title and Booking Link|
|£20||8 November||2:30-3:30||Key note Speaker Paul Chambers - Combining Primary Physics with critical research-led pedagogy|
|£20||8 November||3:30-4:30||Unplugged Learning, an introduction to programming|
|£20||8 November||4:30-5:30||Practical strategies for teaching science to learners with special needs in science lessons|
|£74||9 November||2:30-4:30||Outdoor Learning|
|FREE||9 November||4:30-5:30||The Next Generation starts here: Linking teaching to careers|
|£20||10 November||2:30-3:30||Linking Science with Maths|
|FREE||10 November||3:30-4:30||Using Maths Mastery teaching to progress following lockdown|
|FREE||10 November||4:30-5:30||Primary Engineering|
|£40||11 November||2:30-4:30||Working Scientifically|
|£20||11 November||4:30-5:30||Linking Science with English|
|£40||12 November||2:30-4:30||Assessment in Science|
|£20||12 November||4:30-5:30||Science in the new EYFS framework|
Featuring Paul Chambers, STEM Ambassadors, Helen Cotton, Rob Butler, Helen Spring, Katja Rudden, Pam Waite, and Kathryn Horan.
Combining Primary Physics with critical research-led pedagogy