- Milling and breadmaking at Sacrewell Water Mill Student Events event on 25th May 2013
- Peterborough Green Festival - PECT Student Events event on 25th May 2013
- I'm a Bronze Age Person, Get Me Out of Here! at Flag Fen Student Events event on 28th May 2013
- Clay and Clare Student Events event on 29th May 2013
- Perfect Puppets Student Events event on 30th May 2013
- Anthony Reddy - Mathematics CPD Day Teacher CPD and Events event on 3rd June 2013
- PETERBOROUGH LA: Mathematics Subject Leader Workshops Teacher CPD and Events event on 4th June 2013
- TeachMeet Peterborough EAL Teacher CPD and Events event on 5th June 2013
- Music and the Deaf workshops for young people - National Deaf Orchestra Teacher CPD and Events...
- Achievement for All - Information session for Headteachers Teacher CPD and Events event on 10th...
Peterborough Learning Partnership is proud to be working with Primary Science Quality Mark.
Please keep an eye on the events listings for details of meetings and further support.
If you are interested in working towards PSQM then PLP will be hosting an information evening - 5th March 2012 from 4pm til 5pm at Dogsthorpe Junior School. Please book your places via the forthcoming events listings.
This is a joint project led by the Association for Science Education, the national network of Science Learning Centres, and Barnet Local Authority.
The team is now rolling out the Primary Science Quality Mark across England, an award scheme to develop and celebrate the quality of science teaching and learning in primary schools. Schools can achieve bronze, silver and gold awards.
The Primary Science Quality Mark has the following aims:
- To raise the profile of science in primary schools
- To encourage primary schools to increase the range and quality of teaching and learning in science
- To recognise, promote and spread good practice in science teaching and learning
- To provide a framework for evaluating, planning and developing the quality of science teaching and learning in primary schools
- To celebrate a commitment to excellence in science in primary schools
Schools achieve a Primary Science Quality Mark award through a process of initial audit , followed by action and reflection.
Supported by compulsory training and mentoring they:
- complete and initial audit against Primary Science Quality Mark criteria
- decide which award to aim for
- design an action plan which they put into place over a period of 2-3 terms
- submit key pieces of evidence to support their submission for the selected award and to illustrate the impact that their actions have had whilst working towards the achievement of the PSQM award criteria.