Science leader termly update training

Purpose: To understand best practice in primary science teaching, how to use the National Curriculum to teach inspiring science lessons and to understand what Ofsted expects to see in primary school science lessons.

Programme
With Ofsted’s sharp focus on the broader curriculum, schools must ensure their curriculum is fit for purpose. These sessions will enable your school to meet and
surpass all of Ofsted’s requirements (see slide). Each session will explore activities and aspects of science identified as important by the national agenda as well as those requested by subject leaders.

Typically, sessions will address:
• Increasing progress in children’s scientific knowledge and understanding
• Developing children’s skills of working scientifically and their critical thinking
• Creating practical science lessons that excite and engage children and are easy to resource
• Using different types of scientific enquiry to answer questions, including children’s questions
• Identifying the science in real-life contexts
• Teaching the tricky science concepts
• Deepening children's learning in science so they can demonstrate mastery
• Using problem solving to enable children to apply their scientific knowledge and understanding
• Providing the opportunity for delegates to share best practice
• Recent developments in science teaching
Update sessions are no longer an add on, they are an essential part of school and subject leader
development to ensure children receive the best education possible.

Evening twilight - 4.15-5.45pm Thursday 7th February 2019
Led by: Jeremy Crook, Impetus Consultant
Venue: St. Mary’s Primary School, Hall Lane, Brentwood CM15 9AL
Audience: Science subject leaders, Senior leaders
Cost: £60 per person + VAT
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To book

Please email Lesley at lesley.binnell@impetus-education.co.uk

Sessionled by Jeremy Crook

Until recently Jeremy was a headteacher. He was recognised by Ofsted as an outstanding teacher and an inspirational headteacher, being commended in the 2009 Headteacher of the Year Awards for his work in transforming his previous school. Jeremy now works at as consultant and is the director of a teacher training company. He lectures in initial teacher training, runs a wide range of bespoke training courses, and is a member of the National Curriculum Science Expert Group.