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Fully-Funded, One-Day Primary Engineer Rail Project Teacher Training in Doncaster

Primary Engineer

Tuesday, 15 October 2019 from 09:00 to 15:30 (BST)

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Schools   more info 15 Oct 2019 Free  

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Calling all teachers! Fully-funded, one-day practical CPD course and receive FREE resources to carry out the project with your pupils!! 

                                                 

This course for teachers focuses on using rail engineering projects as the vehicle for creative, practical, mathematics, literacy, science and engineering. The Primary Engineer Rail Project is a brand new extension to the existing Primary Engineer programmes for both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.

What do you get?

  • FREE STEM CPD – fully funded one-day CPD course for 2 teachers per school
  • Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 projects
  • Kit and consumables to run the programme included
  • Access to teaching and learning resources via the Primary Engineer VLE

Course outcomes

  • Develop an awareness of STEM in your classroom.
  • Understand how to use an rail-orientated engineering project to deliver cross-curricular teaching and learning
  • Be able to use gear boxes & pulleys to construct and test two working vehicles
  • Discuss and plan delivery of the whole-class project in school – curriculum areas and learning themes
  • Understand and plan how to work effectively with your engineer

Join us on our one day practical CPD course on 15th October 2019 at The National College for High Speed Rail for our Primary Engineer Rail Project which will enable you to deliver a whole-class, curriculum-mapped engineering project.

At selected events, you will have the opportunity to work with local companies, many of whom will continue to support you in the classroom after the event!  Develop skills, both practical and cognitive with your learners as they use and apply maths and science through a design and make project.  Link it to learning themes and deliver cross-curricular teaching and learning through engineering.  

Teachers will run the programme during this academic year and teams from the participating schools will attend a final competition at the end of this academic year to champion children's engineering ingenuity and creativity and to provide a forum to celebrate their engineering skills and achievements (transport provided).

 

Once trained teachers will be able to deliver the programme each year with a new group of pupils and enter the celebration event every year.
 
Places are limited and are offered on a first come basis. To ensure your place on the programme complete the attached registration of interest form and email it to
registration@primaryengineer.com
 
If you would like further information or have a question please contact the Primary Engineer team on (01282) 417333 or visit the website
www.primaryengineer.com

 

 

Do you have questions about Fully-Funded, One-Day Primary Engineer Rail Project Teacher Training in Doncaster? Contact Primary Engineer

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The National College for High Speed Rail
Carolina Way
DN4 5PN Doncaster
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 15 October 2019 from 09:00 to 15:30 (BST)


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Primary Engineer

Primary Engineer is a not-for-profit organisation established in 2005. Our aim is to encourage young people to consider careers in STEM related professions.

We believe that Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics are key subjects in securing positive opportunities and career paths for future generations, and that this begins in Primary school.

'STEM by stealth' was coined by a teacher after attending a Primary Engineer course. It summarises our work exactly: practically applying Mathematics and Science to design and make activities, leaving both children and teachers inspired. Our work is supported by industry, education and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

 

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