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South Central Science Learning Partnership
The Hertfordshire and Essex Science Learning Partnership
The SLP is part of the DFE funded National STEM Learning network providing support for teachers of science across all phases and at all stages of their careers. As the DFEs chosen science CPD providers our exceptional professional development has a proven impact on participants, their school or college and, ultimately, young people.
In addition to our CPD programme, we offer bespoke Science CPD for departmental meetings, joint inset and inset days. Our expert school to school support offer includes departmental reviews, coaching, mentoring, curriculum reviews and exam analysis. Contact email@example.com
We have a number of online networks for schools and MATs to subscribe to.
Please email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about our Early Career Science teacher network, Technicians network, Head of Science network, Head of Biology, Chemistry and Physics networks and KS3 Science co-ordinator network.
STEM Learning and the SLP are committed to utilising local expertise and talent and help schools retain their best staff. By training as a STEM Learning facilitator you will develop your skills beyond those in the classroom and facilitate courses to help develop other Science educators. If you are interested in gaining your CPD Quality mark and training as a facilitator, get in touch @ email@example.com .
We also support primary and secondary teachers who would like to enrol to gain accreditation on either the STEM Learning Early Career or Leadership professional development pathways.
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Testimonial: “I wanted to say a huge thank you to the SLP team for your amazing support this year – it’s been a huge privilege to work with you and for challenging us, as a faculty, to be reflective and encouraging us to take decisive action that will, undoubtedly, lead to improved outcomes for our young people.” Jackie Johnson Head of Science Barnwell School