Primary CPD

Fruit and Vegetables on the Farm and in your School Garden

Fruit and vegetables are a key part of our diet but many children do not eat enough of them.  One way of helping children to make the right food choices is to involve them in all stages of growing and food preparation.

This course will give teachers of all age groups the skills to:

  • Set up and maintain a productive fruit and vegetable growing area at school and plenty of ideas for ways to link it to the curriculum.   

  • Find out about suitable varieties of fruit to grow so that you have seasonal availability

  • Understand how to look after your fruit and vegetable plants once they are in the soil.

  • Find out more about the journeys of British fruits from tree to fruit bowl and vegetables from field to fork, so that you can share them with your pupils.  

 

Cost

 

£45 

Dates 

Contact Debbie for details about 2020-21 dates and about online sessions.

 

Using the Outdoors to teach Evolution and Inheritance

This course will explore ways in which you can use the natural environment as a context for building your pupils’ understanding of Evolution and Inheritance.

 

You will identify and practise using a range of resources that you can find outdoors, whether in your school grounds, local park or other green space.  You will revisit the key concepts in this topic and leave with fresh ideas for incorporating Working Scientifically into your scheme of work.

Cost

 

£45 

Dates 

Contact Debbie for details about 2020-21 dates and about online sessions.

Using the Outdoors to teach Living things and their Habitats

This course will explore ways in which you can use the natural environment as a context for building your pupils’ understanding of Living things and their Habitats.

 

You will identify and practise using a range of resources that you can find outdoors, whether in your school grounds, local park or other green space.  You will revisit the key concepts in this topic and leave with fresh ideas for incorporating Working Scientifically into your scheme of work.

 

Cost

 

£45 

Dates 

Contact Debbie for details about 2020-21 dates and about online sessions.

 

Using the Outdoors to teach Working Scientifically

This course will explore ways in which you can use the natural environment as a context for building your pupils’ understanding.  

 

You will identify and practise using a range of resources that you can find outdoors, whether in your school grounds, local park or other green space.  You will revisit the key concepts in this topic and leave with fresh ideas for incorporating Working Scientifically into your scheme of work.

Cost

 

£45 

Dates 

Contact Debbie for details about 2020-21 dates and about online sessions.

Using the Outdoors to teach Reproduction in plants

This course will explore ways in which you can use the natural environment as a context for building your pupils’ understanding of Reproduction in plants.

 You will identify and practise using a range of resources that you can find outdoors, whether in your school grounds, local park or other green space.  You will revisit the key concepts in this topic and leave with fresh ideas for incorporating Working Scientifically into your scheme of work.

 

Cost

 

£45 

Dates 

Contact Debbie for details about 2020-21 dates and about online sessions.

 
Contact

Debbie Hicks

Director  Stokehill 

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