This exciting course includes a variety of practical workshops which will explore Science and Technology Experiences and Outcomes across Early, First and Second Levels.

There will be opportunities to explore how these activities can be extended into practical challenges suitable for use in the classroom.

Dates:

  • Friday 15th – Saturday 16th November 2019 (Part 1)
  • Friday 20th – Saturday 21st March 2020 (Part 2)

Closing Date:

  • 11th October 2019

Applying for this course is no longer possible as the closing date has passed.

Please email us at enquiries@sserc.scot if you would still like to register your interest.

Audience

We anticipate that participants at this course will be teachers from the primary sector.

Rationale

This course will provide an opportunity to try out a range of exciting and innovative approaches to teaching Science and Technology across Early, First and Second Levels.

Course Leader

The Primary Team
01383 626070
enquiries@sserc.scot

Cost

The course fee is £800 to include meals, accommodation and course materials.

Funding

Local Authority schools will be entitled to receive an ENTHUSE Bursary of £640 per delegate upon completion of the course. This grant is administered through the National Science Learning Network

Outcomes

Delegates will gain practical experience and exciting ideas for teaching STEM. In addition, participants will be given equipment and resources to support them in the delivery of STEM in their settings.

Why Should You Attend?

Delegates will gain practical experience and exciting ideas for teaching STEM. In addition, participants will be given equipment and resources to support them in the delivery of STEM in their settings.

Programme

Click here to view a draft programme.

Commitment

This is a two-part residential course.
Part 1: Friday 15th – Saturday 16th November 2019
Part 2: Friday 20th – Saturday 21st March 2019

The course will be held at SSERC in Dunfermline. Our SSERC buildings are at 2 Pitreavie Court, Dunfermline, KY11 8UU. SSERC is a short (5-10 minutes) walk from Rosyth railway station and close to the end of the A823(M) spur off Junction 2 of the M90 motorway. Car journey times (approximately): Edinburgh – 30 min; Glasgow – 60 min; Aberdeen – 2.5 hours; Inverness – 3 hours.