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Saturday, January 9 • 10:00 - 11:00
A great move for the Great Science Share for Schools

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A whirlwind turn around saw the @GreatSciShare 2020 become even greater for 2020! Adapting to lockdown saw registrations from children in areas of social disadvantage really flourish. A new strategy engaged parents and teachers in on-line sharing across theme weeks, live lessons, #AskAQuestion and brand new Question Makers. Come and hear what we learnt and how it’ll be even greater for 2021.

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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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Steph Hepworth

GSSfS Campaign Manager, SEERIH, The University of Manchester
63,614 young people in 2019 over 100,000 young people so far - Will you be involved this year in the annual campaign to inspire young people in science and engineering. The Great Science Share for Schools is about children communicating something that they have been investigating... Read More →
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Kate Sutton

Science/STEM/ Careers Education Subject Leader, Burlington Junior School
I am a Science Subject Lead, Chartered Science Teacher, PSQM Hub Leader and Explorify Champion. I am also a STEM Learning Associate Facilitator and Farmer Time Ambassador. Being passionate about supporting children to maximise their educational learning journey, I feel it is so important... Read More →

Saturday January 9, 2021 10:00 - 11:00 GMT
Room 4
  Primary, Practical Science and Science Enquiry
  • Audience 5-7, 7-11, 11-14
  • Twitter Feed @GreatSciShare; #ASEconf2021