London, United Kingdom, June 22, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- With a revised science curriculum due for implementation from this September, changes to A-Levels in 2015 and GCSEs to follow soon after, the Secondary Science Conference is timed to prepare you for the implementation challenges ahead and enable you and your students to succeed in the new landscape.
This event is designed specifically for senior leaders in secondary schools, academies, sixth form and FE colleges, and relevant stakeholders supporting curriculum and assessment development in science.
Take this opportunity to benefit from, and share, best practice on critical topics including; implementing the new programmes of study and assessing progress without levels, developing a science curriculum offer that meets the needs of your cohort and fits within the new accountability measures, preparing your students to succeed in the new qualifications and inspiring the next generation of scientists with outstanding teaching and learning.
Rebecca Rylatt, Lead Policy Adviser for Science, Curriculum and Standards Division, Department for Education
Shaun Reason, Chief Executive, The Association for Science Education
Phil Carr, Comparability Manager, Standards, Ofqual
Dr Christine Harrison, Senior Lecturer in Science Education, King’s College London and Chair-Elect, The Association for Science Education
Lee Walker, Vice Principal, Hinchingbrooke School
Ailsa Harris, Head of Science, Teddington School
Vicky Gough, Head of Science, Bohunt School
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