Southampton Education School

Events

Many events are open to the public. Contact us for more details.

Post-ITT Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) - Chemistry and Physics

10:00 - 16:00, 1 October 2014

We are delighted to be working with Ringwood School and the SPELL Teaching School Alliance ‎‎(Southern Partnership for Excellence in Leadership & Learning - http://www.spell.org.uk/)‎ to co-‎deliver the Post-ITT SKE in physics and chemistry. Post-ITT SKE is now led by Teaching School ‎Alliances in partnership with other providers. We have developed an innovative programme ‎involving face-to-face training, coaching and mentoring through subject specialist colleagues in ‎schools, impact evaluation and a research poster-based dissemination event.‎

The programme is free to attend.‎


Assessment and Progress in Primary Science:Taking the Lead

10:00 - 16:00, 14 October 2014

Assessing science enables teachers to track pupils' progress in order to inform future teaching and learning. With the loss of the levels descriptors teachers will have to monitor and track pupils' progress in science in a different way. Primarily Science has produced a progression, assessment and tracking tool to help support schools in doing this.


Developing Continuous Provision for Science in the EYFS

10:00 - 16:00, 5 November 2014

Rich learning experiences that encourage play, exploration, investigation and discovery are central to effective teaching and learning in all areas. This practical session will help you identify everyday opportunities for early science. It will support the development of your setting's environment and continuous provision for science teaching and learning. We will consider how science contributes to the Characteristics of Effective Learning as identified in the EYFS framework. The use of observational assessment will also be discussed.


Teaching Primary Science from 2014 using Cross Curricular Approaches

10:00 - 16:00, 18 November 2014

This session aims to help teachers identify the changes to the primary science curriculum from September 2014 with guidance on implementing the changes in their schools. During the day teachers will have the opportunity to evaluate the alternative approaches when moving from the old to the new, to improve their background knowledge of the new aspects while sampling a host of practical ideas and activities to help with the teaching of these new areas, whilst embedding science in a creative curriculum.


Assessment and Progress in Primary Science: For KS1

10:00 - 16:00, 28 January 2015

Assessing science enables teachers to track pupils' progress in order to inform future teaching and learning. With the loss of the levels descriptors teachers will have to monitor and track pupils' progress in science in a different way. Primarily Science has produced a progression, assessment and tracking tool to help support schools in doing this.


Making the Links Between Maths and Science and English and Science for KS1

10:00 - 16:00, 11 February 2015

Both maths and English skills are an important part of science. Science therefore offers ideal opportunities to apply and embed the learning of these core skills. This full day course outlines where best to make the links and offers a host of practical ideas and activities enabling you to plan and deliver these for the children in your class.


Assessment and Progress in Primary Science: For Lower KS2

10:00 - 16:00, 25 February 2015

Assessing science enables teachers to track pupils' progress in order to inform future teaching and learning. With the loss of the levels descriptors teachers will have to monitor and track pupils' progress in science in a different way. Primarily Science has produced a progression, assessment and tracking tool to help support schools in doing this.


Making the Links Between Maths and Science and English and Science for Lower KS2

10:00 - 16:00, 11 March 2015

Both maths and English skills are an important part of science. Science therefore offers ideal opportunities to apply and embed the learning of these core skills. This full day course outlines where best to make the links and offers a host of practical ideas and activities enabling you to plan and deliver these for the children in your class.


Developing Continuous Provision for Science in the EYFS

10:00 - 16:00, 13 March 2015

Rich learning experiences that encourage play, exploration, investigation and discovery are central to effective teaching and learning in all areas. This practical session will help you identify everyday opportunities for early science. It will support the development of your setting's environment and continuous provision for science teaching and learning. We will consider how science contributes to the Characteristics of Effective Learning as identified in the EYFS framework. The use of observational assessment will also be discussed.


Assessment and Progress in Primary Science: For upper KS2

10:00 - 16:00, 25 March 2015

Assessing science enables teachers to track pupils' progress in order to inform future teaching and learning. With the loss of the levels descriptors teachers will have to monitor and track pupils' progress in science in a different way. Primarily Science has produced a progression, assessment and tracking tool to help support schools in doing this.


Making the Links Between Maths and Science and English and Science for Upper KS2

10:00 - 16:00, 29 April 2015

Both maths and English skills are an important part of science. Science therefore offers ideal opportunities to apply and embed the learning of these core skills. This full day course outlines where best to make the links and offers a host of practical ideas and activities enabling you to plan and deliver these for the children in your class.