Measuring Progress and Raising Attainment in Primary Science

Led by Rosemary Feasey, this programme will support colleagues in the implementation and evaluation of personalised approaches to raising pupils’ attainment.

Bradford Birth to 19 Teaching School in association with Northern Lights Teaching School and The Science Learning Partnership are pleased to offer this training opportunity.

Measuring Progress and Raising Attainment in Primary Science

Led by Rosemary Feasey, this programme will support colleagues in the implementation and evaluation of personalised approaches to raising pupils’ attainment.

Summary
Rosemary Feasey will facilitate this one day course on Measuring Progress in Primary Science. She will support participants in action planning around a chosen theme in order to Raise the Attainment of their pupils. Participants may wish to attend further twilight workshops to support the implementation and evaluation of their own chosen small scale action research focus aimed at improving student outcomes.
 
Outcomes:
You will be able to:
• Demonstrate increased knowledge of progression in scientific enquiry
• Action plan in order to improve pupil progress in order to raise the Attainment of your students.
• Conduct a small-scale action research project in a chosen focus area
 
Date:     25 January 2017
Duration: 1 day
Location: Bowling Park Primary School: BD5 8BT
Activity fee: £175 +VAT
 
 
Notes
This course is a one-day course in January. If participants wish to engage in a small scale action research project they can attend further twilight workshops whose dates will be arranged once the demand is known.
 

 


Opportunity

Published: 07/12/2016
Audience: Heads, Class Teachers
Contact: Holly Marshall

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