Teacher Subject Specialism Training (Mathematics/Physics/MFL)
If you are a Qualified/Unqualified teacher and have been teaching, or are thinking about teaching, Mathematics or Physics as a non-specialist then this programme will support you.
This programme is also suitable for NQTs and teachers of Biology and Chemistry.
We have been approved by the DfE to develop and deliver a series of subject knowledge sessions designed to support teachers in their delivery of these specialist subjects.
If eligible, you can attend all or just a selection of sessions. The entire programme is fully funded.
To book, click on the following links:
Our MATHS programme covers the following areas and comprises of both distance learning and a series of optional face to face sessions. Participants will have the option to complete a 30 credit Level 7 Masters module.
- Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
- Calculations with Decimals, Terminating and Recurring Decimals, Surds and Indices
- Standard Form, Accuracy and Bounds
- Solving Equations, Simultaneous Equations and Quadratic Equations
- Graphs (including Geogebra)
- Circle Theorems, Area, Volume and Vectors
- Pythagoras and Trigonometry
- Data handling - Averages, Stem + Leaf, Boxplots, Cumulative Frequency and Histograms
- Probability and Venn diagrams
- Meeting the needs of Lower Attainers
Our PHYSICS programme has been fully endorsed by the Institute of Physics and covers the following areas. Participant's schools will be paid for those attending.
- Energy - Energy conservation, heat transfer, U values, Specific Heat Capacity
- Energy and Electricity - Calculating electricity costs, Generating electricity, distributing electricity
- Waves 1- Properties of waves and the electromagnetic spectrum
- Waves 2 - Sound, Doppler shift evidence for an expanding universe and the Life cycle of stars
- Numeracy/Literacy skills in Physics
- Forces and Motion
- Energy, work and Power
- Electricity 1– Static Electricity, Electricity in circuits
- Electricity 2- Electricity in the home – ac/dc, electrical safety
- Optics – Refraction, refractive index, critical angle and ray diagrams for lenses
- More Forces – Turning moments, levers, centre of mass, hydraulics
- Magnetism – Electromagnets, Motors, Transformers and Generators
- How does GCSE Physics prepare students for A level?
For further details please telephone (01604) 230240 or email [email protected]