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Friday, January 5 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
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Three Heads of Science from ASE’s 11-19 committee will answer questions submitted both before and during the session. So if there is anything you want to ask but perhaps haven't done so at your own school…now is your chance! Do you have a question that you have not felt able to ask at your own school? Are you an NQT who wants an alternative perspective? Are you a new Head of Science in need of advice? Are you an experienced teacher or science leader who would like to find out approaches used at other schools? If so, please submit a question before or at the session.

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Euan Douglas

Assistant Head Teacher, St George's Catholic College
I am an Assistant Headteacher responsible for Teaching & Learning and the curriculum at Saint George Catholic College, a comprehensive school in Southampton. My involvement with the ASE includes being a member of both my regional committee and the 11-19 committee. I am a former Head... Read More →
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Helen Harden

Science curriculum specialist
ASE Chair (2022-23), chemistry curriculum specialist and resource deveoper, creator of the chemistry BEST diagnostic questions
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Sarah Longshaw

SLP Lead & Coach Lead, Sarah Longshaw
I am a former head of science and now lead the Cheshire & Wirral Science Learning Partnership & Computing Hub. I also work part time for STEM Learning, as Coach Lead.
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Emma Winter

Teacher, Boston Grammar School
CSciTeach and Head of Science, I am a member of the 11-19 ASE committee and a keen physicist also teaching Biology and Chemistry to KS4. I am keen to discuss curriculum developments, practical science and challenging the most able.

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Angela Buckland

Conference Manager, ASE
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Friday January 5, 2018 3:00pm - 4:00pm GMT
Chadwick Rotbalt LT