South west SLP Secondary Teacher Pedagogy Network RN913 / E03

Start date
31 Jan 23
Virtual, MS Teams, Remote Delivered CPD View on Google Map

This course still has availability, book now


Why subscribe to the network?

Becoming a member of the Science Learning Partnership Secondary Science Teacher Pedagogy Network will support you during your year of teaching. Open to all secondary science, this network will enable you to engage in the latest research and developments in science education and will provide opportunities to collaborate and share best practice with other teachers across the region.

Metacognition and Self-regulated Learning 22.2.23 • explain what metacognition and self-regulated learning skills are and why they are important • identify the key barriers to building metacognitive skills • understand the roles and interplay of knowledge, planning, monitoring and evaluation in building metacognitive approaches to problem

Literacy in Science 15.3.23• provide learners with a greater variety of reasons to write and read in science • provide learners with structure to turn simple sentence into more complex ones and into paragraphs • learn strategies to improve reading in science • use the requirements of GCSE science extended writing to support learners in tackling such questions

Maths in Science 26.4.23 • Develop your subject knowledge and teaching strategies to confidently deliver the maths elements of the GCSE science specifications. • You will apply these skills, using appropriate resources, in biology, physics and chemistry contexts.

Teaching to avoid misconceptions 24.5.23• discuss the importance of engagement and where your department is currently at • gather ideas for how to plan and deliver a successful whole school science week • leave the session with simple practical steps to make your science week a success

Linking careers to learning Gatsby Benchmark 10.7.23 • discuss the current situation STEM needs in the country & review the Gatsby Benchmarks • gain ideas for building STEM career learning into your teaching • explore the role of clubs and competitions in providing STEM career learning • auditing the current picture in your department/practice and plan next step

What will it cost?

  • 6 Network session subscription £300 per school (Maintained)

There is a teacher release payment available against this network package @ £ 150.00 – meaning this will only cost your school £150.00 for all 6 sessions

Please note if you school is signed up to the Subject leader Package for Cornwall or Plymouth this will be included as part of your package, please email to make your booking.

Who is the course leader?


SLP Subscription model31 January 202300:00-00:00Virtual

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State-funded school or collegeActivity fee£300.00 +VAT
Fee-paying school or college (independent)Activity fee£600.00 +VAT

This course still has availability, book now

Additional information

For courses at the National STEM Learning Centre in York, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course. 


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