We develop and run many training sessions for several organisations which work to support schools in developing their Science, Design and Technology, Engineering and Maths curriculum.
The Design and Technology Association
The Design and Technology Association support high quality design, engineering and technology education.
Leanne Mee, works as a consultant for The Design and Technology Association and has supported in the development of a number of primary courses, she supports in the delivery of these courses that are both face to face and online and is available to work as a consultant for any school that needs support in reviewing and developing their Design and Technology curriculum.
To find out more about the support available from The Design and Technology Association and the courses on offer, click on the link:Find out more
STEM Learning has a host of resources and CPD to support all schools in developing their Science, Design and Technology and Maths curriculum.
Leanne Mee, recently secured her CPD Mark as associate facilitator, she works closely with North Midlands Science Learning Partnership to support schools in developing their STEM curriculum through support in running network events, CPD sessions and/or workshops.
To find out more about your local Science Learning Partnership, click on the link:Find out more
We also run courses independently to support schools in developing a bespoke STEM curriculum.
The courses we run are developed to address the needs of the Science, Design and Technology and Maths national curriculum, with a focus on a how you may develop a cross curricular approach.
Our courses can be developed to address your schools individual needs or work on the needs across your partnership of schools.
We also provide bespoke training for staff in organisations such as training centres, museums and galleries who are working to engage young people in careers across Science, Design and Technology, Engineering and Maths.
We have provided training and ideas to support with ongoing engagement with both primary and secondary children.