Don't Miss! Science Teach Meet - 10th November 2016

On Thursday, 10th November, Bethany School are hosting a free Science Teach Meet between 16:15 and 18:15 designed to inspire the imagination of students and show them how great science is. 

The after school twilight session will provide attendees with a series of plant-based science experiments that you can take back to the classroom that meet the current Key Stage 4 Biology curriculum.  

The aim of the session is to: 

* Learn how to propagate and grow a range of fascinating plants for use in the science classroom  

* Learn new plant experiments and take achievable, practical projects back to school  

* Explore a range of fun, curriculum linked activities based on gardens and the outdoor environment  

* Opportunity to network with other teachers and technicians.  

The session is free and is suitable for Teachers and Technicians, especially for those who are new to Biology or new to teaching science. The session is being led by experts from The Royal Horticultural Society and The RHS Campaign for School Gardening and promises to be a great evening. Here are some of the comments from previous delegates: 

"The practical suggestions, the passion of the presenters, it has excited my interest in the subject.  The whole event was inspirational”   
“Excellent practical advice, inclusion of practical’s into lesson, reference to specification, free plants!”  
“Thank you for an amazing course – I thoroughly enjoyed it, learnt loads and loved the presenters” 
“Thank you very much!  It was a lovely course by people who have true enthusiasm for plants.  Full of inspiration!” 

You can find more information about the event here.

To book onto the event or for further information please email

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