skip to main content
Explore our learning offer

Explore our learning offer

Primary Science CPD: Food Science, Then and Now

Free course, maximum of two places per school

Date: Wednesday 12th June 2019

Time: 12:45pm -4:15pm

The  Black Country Living Museum has teamed up with The Royal Society of Chemistry  to offer a truly unique teacher CPD opportunity:

This course will equip primary teachers with practical and instantly implementable ideas to teach curriculum science in the context of history. We will link science curriculum learning objectives to the food and health challenges of the early 20th century (Victorians to WW2) and present ideas for cross-curricular activities that will truly inspire the scientists of the future.

This half day course looks at the value of Working Scientifically using practical activities and a trail specifically designed to be used at The Black Country Museum linking to  the Primary Science and History National Curriculum.

 

Testimonials:

"Lots of practical ideas to take back into the classroom. Exciting ideas and easy to adapt."

"Definitely feel more confident about ideas for working scientifically."

" Have the confidence to deliver more practical activities in the classroom."

 

A Certificate of Attendance will be available for your Portfolio. 

Book a place:

 To book your places on this course please contact our Sales and Ticketing Team :

Email:   salesandticketing@bclm.com

Phone:   0121 520 8054

 

 

Did you know?

interesting fact image

The region got it’s name when it was described as ‘Black by day and red by night’ by Elihu Burritt, the American Consul to Birmingham in 1862.

donate
Your Feedback
Your Feedback
BCLM Newsletter
Join Newsletter