Science Subject Leader Network

  • 9th Jun 2022
  • Online
  • Science
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  • Primary
  • Leadership, Teaching & Learning, Curriculum
  • Free For Partner Schools
  • Affiliate Schools Save 25%
  • Non-members From £40.00
Overview

Spring Term- Wednesday March 30th 4-5.15pm

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Summer Term-Thursday 9th June 4-5.15pm

As well as our normal update section to our Summer Term Science Subject Leader Network session we will be having a focus, the focus this time will be following up on the Ofsted recovery report by looking at how we can support pupils in learning a range of skills required to work through the scientific process. We will look at ways to model the skill, and then examine how we can provide an opportunity for pupils to practice the skill and finally look at the next steps, which truly sees if the pupils have understood it, by getting them to apply the skill. This will also help in supporting yourself and colleagues in the progression of science enquiry skills.

Our science network meetings run once a term online making them easily accessible to all teachers. Each session will have a specific focus, this will be decided upon based on either the requirements of the subject leaders or alternatively newly released reports or initiatives, and will also include updates on resources, grants, funding and the national picture and it also provides an opportunity to collaborate with colleagues and share best practice.

Participants will have the opportunity to:

  • Consider how new initiatives in science might be implemented across school, in order to improve the quality of thinking and learning.
  • Look at new resources available.
  • Update both principles and practice by sharing national and local initiatives.
  • Have the opportunity to network virtually with other science leaders.
  • Discuss issues for moving science forward in their schools.
About The Course

Spring Term- Wednesday March 30th 4-5.15pm

&

Summer Term-Thursday 9th June 4-5.15pm

Our science network meetings run once a term online making them easily accessible to all teachers. Each session will have a specific focus, this will be decided upon based on either the requirements of the subject leaders or alternatively newly released reports or initiatives, and will also include updates on resources, grants, funding and the national picture and it also provides an opportunity to collaborate with colleagues and share best practice.

Participants will have the opportunity to:

  • Consider how new initiatives in science might be implemented across school, in order to improve the quality of thinking and learning.
  • Look at new resources available.
  • Update both principles and practice by sharing national and local initiatives.
  • Have the opportunity to network virtually with other science leaders.
  • Discuss issues for moving science forward in their schools.
About the Programme Leader

Jane is a Chartered Science Teacher, a Fellow of the Primary Science Teaching Trust and a Senior Facilitator for STEM Learning .She is a former LA advisor for science with extensive experience of training teachers at all stages in their career and writes educational resources for a number of national organisations including Association of Science Education, National Farmers Union, Environment Agency and STEM Learning.

Jane has 30 years experience in the education sector and continues to teach part time and lead science at her school. OfSTED described her impact as science leader as” … have planned an impressive science curriculum. They know precisely what they want pupils to learn and when. Lessons are taught well. Pupils achieve highly.”

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9th Jun 2022
04:00pm - 05:15pm
Available
£40.00
20th Oct 2022
04:00pm - 05:15pm
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£40.00
26th Jan 2023
04:00pm - 05:15pm
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£40.00
25th May 2023
04:00pm - 05:15pm
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£40.00