Stimulating Physics Network’s First Year York Summer School

Event Information

13 August 2018 - 16 August 2018
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Registrations are now open for the 2018 First Year York Summer School.

What Happens on this Programme?

Our First Year programme covers core topics such as electricity, energy and forces. You’ll be exposed to a range of ideas and resources to address Physics teaching issues, including gender balance in the classroom.

Eligibility

This Summer School is for teachers at Stimulating Physics Network schools whose specialism is not physics.

If you’re new to our Summer Schools, then this is the course for you.

It’s Free

As we’re funded by the DfE, these courses are at no cost to you. We provide meals and accommodation and you may be entitled to have travel expenses reimbursed from the Enthuse Award.

Before Registering

*Please make sure you read the York Terms and Conditions  for attending this summer school. By registering for a place, you are confirming that you have read and agreed to these.*

NB. As your registration also involves the acceptance of funding from STEM Learning Limited’s National STEM Learning Centre, the Institute will be entitled to share your personal details with them where required to process your funding application.

*To apply for your STEM funding, please follow this link.

More Information

stimulatingphysics.org/summer-schools.html

At this point, the Summer School is open to teachers whose specialism is not physics from SPN partner schools ONLY . If you sign up and your school is NOT an SPN partner, your application will be rejected and you will be automatically added to our waiting list. We will contact you back in February if places become available.

All participants are expected to attend the Summer School for its whole duration.



Address

  • National STEM Learning Centre
  • University of York, York, YO10 5DD
  • United Kingdom
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