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Friday, June 7 • 11:15am - 12:30pm
Two for One! This session will include two half hour workshops LIMITED
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Michele Grimshaw - Swinging Sixties Science
The Space Race, World Cup Final, flavoured crisps and heart transplants. These are some of the topics fuelled by historical events of the 1960s which can be used to inspire teachers' and their pupils to discover more about this era whilst linking to the science curriculum for upper KS2. A practical workshop with suggestions for investigations and also ideas for linking different writing genres and speaking and listening activities.

Target age range: 7-11

Kathy Schofield - Where the Great Fire of London meets Science Enquiry
Health and Hygiene in 1666; an interactive workshop outlining a programme of investigations linked to the Great Fire of London. From decaying food to cleaning teeth this workshop will provide teachers with a wealth of ideas to help bring 1666 and Stuarts to life through science related to the children's everyday experiences. Participants will experience first-hand investigations via a carousel of activities linked to boats, spread of diseases, the combustion triangle and teeth. Plus they will leave with copies of other investigations to try out back at school.

Target age range: 4-11

Co-presented by Naomi Shallcross

Speakers
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Kathy Schofield

Area Mentor for NI, Primary Science Teaching Trust
I look after 21 outstanding teachers of Primary Science in NI, talk to me about how PSTT can help your school deliver Science.


Friday June 7, 2019 11:15am - 12:30pm
Harris 2 Edinburgh International Conference Centre, 150 Morrison St, Edinburgh EH3 8EE, UK