Saturday, January 12 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Raising Achievement for All REPEATED (348)

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Good practice from real classroom teachers

Jo Pellereau, Head of Physics/STEM Coordinator, Loughborough High School
Opportunities for Girls in STEM and how to encourage them to get more involved

Sophie Dale, Head of Science, Kettering Buccleuch Academy
Raising achievement - The journey of my department over the last 12 months (from 20% A*-C in 2017 to 65% in 2018). This will include ideas about increasing consistency across the department and buy-in from staff

Farnoosh Shahrokhshahi, Science Teacher, Ashby School
Farnoosh created a way of visualising concepts/scenarios as part of his Master’s degree. He will share his technique with you to use in your own lessons

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Rob Butler

ASE Field Officer, ASE
I'm a Chartered Science teacher and Field Officer for the ASE. I'm the secondary lead for two Science Learning Partnerships (Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire regions). I talk about professional recognition for the Science Council. I'm also an ex-special school senior leader and ex-science... Read More →


Sophie Dale

Head of Science, Kettering Buccleuch Academy
Head of Science at an all through academy in Kettering. | I have worked in the same school since training and still enjoy every day! I am passionate about T&L and getting students the results they deserve. I believe building a strong team is the foundation of success in any setti... Read More →

Joanna Pellereau

Head of Physics/STEM Coordinator, Loughborough Schools Foundation

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Association for Science Education

The Association for Science Education (ASE) is a  proud organiser of the Annual Conference; Europe's largest science education event. We welcome members and non-members to a rich programme of CPD and the invaluable opportunity to share ideas and challenges with practitioners from... Read More →

Saturday January 12, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am
Arts 222 (Lecture Room 6)