Primary Science Annual Conference 2013
Friday 14th June 2013
National Science Learning Centre, York
This conference will focus on the new National Curriculum for primary science and aim to support teachers in making sense of the new requirements and how to translate the content into exciting and innovative classroom practice.
14 Jun 2013 National Science Learning Centre 10am-4.00pm.
All lectures and workshops will be held at the National Science Learning Centre in York.
£188.00 + VAT Standard fee The ENTHUSE Award for this course is £338.
This conference will focus on the new National Curriculum for primary science and aim to support teachers in making sense of the new requirements and how to translate the content into exciting and innovative classroom practice. A range of key note speakers and practical workshops will provide ideas for the classroom including sessions relating to the Early Years framework and SEN in the mainstream classroom. Meet national and local experts as well as a range of primary science exhibitors. The conference is now open for bookings, all participants who book onto the conference will be given the first opportunity to book the optional sessions once these are confirmed.
This annual event is jointly organised by the National Science Learning Centre and the Association for Science Education and brings together primary teachers, science subject leaders and teaching assistants interested in developing science from across the country.
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You will be able to:
- recognise the key issues arising from the new primary science curriculum
- plan to implement the new science curriculum
- ensure quality and innovation when adapting schemes of work and lessons to the new curriculum
- access resources to support the primary science curriculum