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Friday, January 8 • 11:30 - 12:30
Out with transition and disadvantage - in with progression and inclusion!

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Ever struggled with the primary-secondary school divide? Ever wondered how Science learning can be more progressive? Come along to learn more about the learning from Smarter Choices – an innovative programme to that focuses specifically on the improving the learning outcomes of disadvantaged learners from Key Stage 2-3. A SEERIH and SHINE Trust Innovation & Research Study.

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Bryony Turford

Primary Science Professional Development Leader, Primary Science Geeks
Bryony Turford has been delivering high quality professional development for leaders, classroom practitioners, trainees and ECTs for over 20 years. She is a Chartered Science Teacher (CSciTeach) and has a CPD Mark as a lead facilitator. Bryony co-authored the recently published ‘100... Read More →
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Lynne Bianchi

Director, SEERIH, University of Manchester
Dr Lynne Bianchi is a specialist in curriculum development, innovation and research in primary science and engineering education. From being a primary school teacher in North Manchester she moved into Higher Educations where she held a range of leadership roles. She is now a Senior... Read More →
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Helen Spring

Primary Science and Outdoor Learning Consultant, Spring Learning
I am a Primary Science and Outdoor Learning consultant based in Yorkshire; I set up my business, ‘Spring Learning’, five years ago. Prior to this, I was a Professional Development Leader at the National STEM Centre, a teacher / science subject leader, and an environmental education... Read More →

Friday January 8, 2021 11:30 - 12:30 GMT
Room 3
  Primary, Curriculum and Progression
  • Audience 7-11, 11-14
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