Reach Out CPD for science

Written by: Peter Henshaw | Published:

A new service offering free, online science CPD has been unveiled. Created through a collaboration between Imperial College London and primary science resource Tigtag, Reach Out CPD provides teachers with resources and ideas to support their teaching and engage primary pupils.

A new service offering free, online science CPD has been unveiled. Created through a collaboration between Imperial College London and primary science resource Tigtag, Reach Out CPD provides teachers with resources and ideas to support their teaching and engage primary pupils.

The video and interactive resources are free and accessible to all primary teachers in the UK and cover all of the UK primary science curricula. It is being supported by Professor Lord Robert Winston.

The films can also be accessed by parents, supporting them to teach children about science at home.

Professor Maggie Dallman, associate provost (academic partnerships), at Imperial College London, said: “Through Reach Out CPD we hope to provide a resource that will support primary teachers to do their work. If we can help give children scientific skills so they ask the right questions of society and make the right connections to solve problems, we will be making a very long term impact."


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