Dates have now been set for Core Maths Teacher Subject Specialism Training and it is starting in October. TSST courses are completely free of charge.
For full details, please click here.
The final Stimulating Physics Network workshop of the year is scheduled for Thursday 7th June, 3.30pm at Sheldon School. The focus will be Gas & Liquid Pressure with a Q&A on Nuclear Physics.
You will be given the opportunity to explore a range of demonstrations, practicals and activities within the context of the physics curriculum. The event is free of charge to all science teachers.
To book your place, please click here.
The Joining The Dots conference is taking place on Friday 15th June 2018 at UWE Conference Centre in Bristol. This promises to be a great day of learning, with workshops taking place all day. Morning workshops include ‘Designing a knowledge based curriculum’ and ‘Life after P Scales’, whilst the afternoon will offer the opportunity to join workshops on ‘Creating a culture and climate for excellence’, ‘The art of thrive’ and ‘Essential leadership’.
Tickets can all be booked on the Joining The Dots website here, and we would recommend signing up soon as they are going quickly!
Thanks to funding from the DfE we are able to offer 2 new Triple Science workshops focussing on Assessment Objective 2 and Quantitative and Carbon Chemistry. These are both twilight sessions and are free of charge.
For more details and to book your place, please click here.
Thanks to Triple Science funding, AvonTSA is able to offer a Triple Science Biology workshop free of charge on February 28th at Malmesbury School.
The workshop is suitable for all science teachers and will focus on Microbiology and the new GCSE content. To book your place, please click here.
We are delighted that AvonTSA has been awarded Network Link+ School by the Stimulating Physics Network. As part of the programme we are offering 3 physics workshops throughout the academic year, free of charge to all science teachers.
The second workshop will focus on Lenses, Reflection Boundaries and Momentum on February 1st at Sheldon School. To book your place, please click here.