Preston Park Primary School – Specialist Centre for Science

February – November 2015
Maximum number of delegates per session: 20 (25 for session one)

Description of school:
Preston Park is a large primary school in Brent with approximately 850 pupils on roll. It is a values-based learning community, committed to the education of the whole child. Its aim is to develop pupils to become happy, confident adults who possess a secure educational foundation on which to build successful lives. A broad, rich, creative curriculum enables pupils to reach their full potential. An ethnically diverse local community forms the bulk of the school’s intake. It has a nurturing environment which fosters and supports innovation and creativity. Preston Park is committed to supporting and sharing all its strengths to provide opportunities to enhance and improve the learning of its community and beyond.

Areas to be covered:
Support for Science Co-ordinators, New Science Leaders, Whole school CPD –Teachers/LSAs/NQTs, Bespoke Support, Curriculum Planning and Delivery, Resources and Resourcing, SLEs, Networking, Assessment, and Science & ICT.

SESSION ONE
Embedding the New Science Curriculum
Tuesday 24th February 09:30 – 16:00

SESSION TWO
Moving from Enquiry to Working Scientifically Part 1
Tuesday 10th March 09:30 – 16:00

SESSION THREE
Moving from Enquiry to Working Scientifically Part 2
Tuesday 28th April 09:30 – 16:00

SESSION FOUR
Creating a Buzz in Science in Your Classroom
Date and Time TBD

SESSION FIVE
Developing the Role of the Science Subject Leader
Date and Time TBD

SESSION SIX
Leading Science in the Outdoor Classroom
Date and Time TBD

To see full details of dates, times and session information please click here - Preston Park Science Course 2015

For an application form please click here - Specialist Centre Application (digital)

- See more at: http://www.bsp.london/training/training/#sthash.zdIWQkKj.dpuf

Preston Park Primary School – Specialist Centre for Science.

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2016-17 Maximum number of delegates per session: 20

Preston Park is one of the first schools to be awarded a Specialist Centre status for Science by the Brent School Partnership (BSP). Preston Park are proud to present the courses we have on offer as Specialist Centre.

 

Preston Park Primary School – Specialist Centre for Science

February – November 2015
Maximum number of delegates per session: 20 (25 for session one)

Description of school:
Preston Park is a large primary school in Brent with approximately 850 pupils on roll. It is a values-based learning community, committed to the education of the whole child. Its aim is to develop pupils to become happy, confident adults who possess a secure educational foundation on which to build successful lives. A broad, rich, creative curriculum enables pupils to reach their full potential. An ethnically diverse local community forms the bulk of the school’s intake. It has a nurturing environment which fosters and supports innovation and creativity. Preston Park is committed to supporting and sharing all its strengths to provide opportunities to enhance and improve the learning of its community and beyond.

Areas to be covered:
Support for Science Co-ordinators, New Science Leaders, Whole school CPD –Teachers/LSAs/NQTs, Bespoke Support, Curriculum Planning and Delivery, Resources and Resourcing, SLEs, Networking, Assessment, and Science & ICT.

SESSION ONE
Embedding the New Science Curriculum
Tuesday 24th February 09:30 – 16:00

SESSION TWO
Moving from Enquiry to Working Scientifically Part 1
Tuesday 10th March 09:30 – 16:00

SESSION THREE
Moving from Enquiry to Working Scientifically Part 2
Tuesday 28th April 09:30 – 16:00

SESSION FOUR
Creating a Buzz in Science in Your Classroom
Date and Time TBD

SESSION FIVE
Developing the Role of the Science Subject Leader
Date and Time TBD

SESSION SIX
Leading Science in the Outdoor Classroom
Date and Time TBD

To see full details of dates, times and session information please click here - Preston Park Science Course 2015

For an application form please click here - Specialist Centre Application (digital)

- See more at: http://www.bsp.london/training/training/#sthash.zdIWQkKj.dpuf

Preston Park Primary School – Specialist Centre for Science

February – November 2015
Maximum number of delegates per session: 20 (25 for session one)

Description of school:
Preston Park is a large primary school in Brent with approximately 850 pupils on roll. It is a values-based learning community, committed to the education of the whole child. Its aim is to develop pupils to become happy, confident adults who possess a secure educational foundation on which to build successful lives. A broad, rich, creative curriculum enables pupils to reach their full potential. An ethnically diverse local community forms the bulk of the school’s intake. It has a nurturing environment which fosters and supports innovation and creativity. Preston Park is committed to supporting and sharing all its strengths to provide opportunities to enhance and improve the learning of its community and beyond.

Areas to be covered:
Support for Science Co-ordinators, New Science Leaders, Whole school CPD –Teachers/LSAs/NQTs, Bespoke Support, Curriculum Planning and Delivery, Resources and Resourcing, SLEs, Networking, Assessment, and Science & ICT.

SESSION ONE
Embedding the New Science Curriculum
Tuesday 24th February 09:30 – 16:00

SESSION TWO
Moving from Enquiry to Working Scientifically Part 1
Tuesday 10th March 09:30 – 16:00

SESSION THREE
Moving from Enquiry to Working Scientifically Part 2
Tuesday 28th April 09:30 – 16:00

SESSION FOUR
Creating a Buzz in Science in Your Classroom
Date and Time TBD

SESSION FIVE
Developing the Role of the Science Subject Leader
Date and Time TBD

SESSION SIX
Leading Science in the Outdoor Classroom
Date and Time TBD

To see full details of dates, times and session information please click here - Preston Park Science Course 2015

For an application form please click here - Specialist Centre Application (digital)

- See more at: http://www.bsp.london/training/training/#sthash.zdIWQkKj.dpuf

Preston Park Primary School – Specialist Centre for Science

February – November 2015
Maximum number of delegates per session: 20 (25 for session one)

Description of school:
Preston Park is a large primary school in Brent with approximately 850 pupils on roll. It is a values-based learning community, committed to the education of the whole child. Its aim is to develop pupils to become happy, confident adults who possess a secure educational foundation on which to build successful lives. A broad, rich, creative curriculum enables pupils to reach their full potential. An ethnically diverse local community forms the bulk of the school’s intake. It has a nurturing environment which fosters and supports innovation and creativity. Preston Park is committed to supporting and sharing all its strengths to provide opportunities to enhance and improve the learning of its community and beyond.

Areas to be covered:
Support for Science Co-ordinators, New Science Leaders, Whole school CPD –Teachers/LSAs/NQTs, Bespoke Support, Curriculum Planning and Delivery, Resources and Resourcing, SLEs, Networking, Assessment, and Science & ICT.

SESSION ONE
Embedding the New Science Curriculum
Tuesday 24th February 09:30 – 16:00

SESSION TWO
Moving from Enquiry to Working Scientifically Part 1
Tuesday 10th March 09:30 – 16:00

SESSION THREE
Moving from Enquiry to Working Scientifically Part 2
Tuesday 28th April 09:30 – 16:00

SESSION FOUR
Creating a Buzz in Science in Your Classroom
Date and Time TBD

SESSION FIVE
Developing the Role of the Science Subject Leader
Date and Time TBD

SESSION SIX
Leading Science in the Outdoor Classroom
Date and Time TBD

To see full details of dates, times and session information please click here - Preston Park Science Course 2015

For an application form please click here - Specialist Centre Application (digital)

- See more at: http://www.bsp.london/training/training/#sthash.zdIWQkKj.dpuf

 

 

 

 

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