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The Mathematics and Science Learning Centre (MSLC), Southampton Education School, provides professional learning programmes in STEM education for teachers and support staff across all phases of education across the South of England. To receive details of our support, please submit your contact details at https://www.isurvey.soton.ac.uk/16464.
October 15 through July 16 - places available in most subjects The Mathematics and Science Learning Centre is running funded subject specialism training in 2015/16 in secondary mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and computing, and primary mathematics and computing in collaboration with a range of partners including Ringwood School/Bransgore C.E Primary School (SPELL - Southern Partnership for Excellence in Leadership and Learning TSA), The Portsmouth TSA, Queen Elizabeth's School, Wimborne and Arnewood School. All programmes are fully funded or subsidised. The programme is suitable for those already teaching outside their specialism, those wishing to add a specialism or returners to teaching who wish to improve their subject knowledge.
Wednesday 9th December 2015, Queen Elizabeth's School, Wimborne This one-day conference is running in collaboration with Dorset County Council to address key priorities in post-16 science education and to explore strategies for raising attainment. The keynote address by Steve Jones, Director of CLEAPSS, will address the key changes to practical work and its assessment and will explore approaches to best prepare students for examination-based assessment of practical skills.
On behalf of Computing At School and the Network of Excellence This free to attend one day event in Southampton includes input from the four main awarding organisations AQA, Edexcel, Eduqas and OCR, focusing on guidance for the controlled assessment for the current GCSE Computer Science specifications and key changes coming up for the new GCSE specifications.