Kendrick School is part of the Science Learning Network providing professional development and support for science teachers and technicians across for Bracknell Forest, Reading, West Berkshire and Wokingham. The support is available to both primary and secondary schools.
As well as offering a range of courses we can offer bespoke support and CPD activities tailored to your school. Impact Awards, bursaries provided by the Department for Education to support CPD, are available for most of our activities to make them affordable to schools.
Booking for individual courses will go through The Science Learning Network website and you will be asked to register with them.
What our participants are saying :
‘Thanks ever so much we really enjoyed your training and feel ready to go with teaching out of subject next year’
‘Great ideas for practicals I hadn’t done before and viewing potential exam questions.’
‘Thank you for a great day!’
If you would like to arrange a bespoke event for your school please contact: http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Primary Science Conference, Thursday 4th February 2016, Easthampstead Park Conference Centre
The program includes:
Keynote: Working with the National Curriculum: What makes great practice in primary science? With Stuart Naylor, director of national projects including Concept Cartoons and Active Assessment
The Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) Project, with Sarah Earle
Getting to grips with teaching evolution with Stuart Naylor
Active Assessment: Making learning better and teaching more inspiring with Stuart Naylor
Key messages: How to be an effective leader of primary science? with Allie Beaumont
KS1 Workshop – Let’s be Creative with primary science in KS1. with Allie Beaumont
KS2 Workshop – Let’s be Creative with primary Science in KS2. (To include digestion example from Supermarket Science) with Allie Beaumont
Thinking, Doing, Talking Science: approaches to develop higher order thinking skills and problem solving in science. With Helen Wilson, Oxford Brookes and Science Oxford
Datalogging KS1 and KS2 with Iain Davison, Data Harvest
Forest Schools with Erica Bailey