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Primary Science Teaching Awards 2012. Astra Zeneca Science Supported by Teaching Trust. Primary Science Teaching Awards. Raising the profile of primary science Recognising talented teachers Engaging children in exciting science. Primary Science Teaching Awards.

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primary science teaching awards 2012

Primary Science Teaching Awards2012

Astra Zeneca Science Supported by

Teaching Trust

primary science teaching awards
Primary Science Teaching Awards
  • Raising the profile of primary science
  • Recognising talented teachers
  • Engaging children in exciting science
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Primary Science Teaching Awards

For Primary Teachers who are:

  • Innovative and creative in teaching science
  • Contribute to developing science in their school
  • Engage pupils in the excitement and fascination of science
alison eley hampton hill junior school richmond london1
Alison EleyHampton Hill Junior School, Richmond, London
  • An outstanding primary science practitioner who mentors trainee teachers
  • Shares ideas with other teachers by providing INSET sessions both in school and across the LEA
  • AZSTT projects ‘Talking Science’ and ‘I can explain!’
  • Delivers KS2/KS3 transition days for the LEA
sue marks st joseph s school launceston cornwall1
Sue MarksSt. Joseph’s SchoolLaunceston, Cornwall
  • Head of Junior School
  • Has driven science to the forefront of the School Community
  • Made links with universities, specialist providers and the other primary schools
  • Formed Science and Lego Robotic Clubs
  • Organises an Annual Fun Day of Science Challenges for all the local primary children
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Julia NashLimpsfield C of E Infant SchoolOxted, Surrey
  • Is passionate about science education and its pedagogy
  • Science and Gardening Club for year 2
  • Worked with the National Trust to create outdoor learning areas
  • Co-ordinates projects with Limpsfield in Bloom and Community Orchard project
  • Planting for Bumble Bees and Butterflies
  • Creating Wildlife Garden and Bug Hotels
  • Planting Apple Trees in the Community Orchard
linda mckee antrim primary school antrim northern ireland1
Linda McKeeAntrim Primary School Antrim, Northern Ireland
  • Science Subject Leader who shares her expertise and subject knowledge
  • Holds regular workshops on Think Science - Talking Science and Active Assessment in Science
  • Presents NSLC science courses across Northern Ireland
  • Runs an Annual School STEM Challenge
  • Pupils participate in projects such as Smart Energy, Intelligent Clothing, Young Innovators
  • Environmental Second Green Flag
terry rodgers st colmcille s primary school ballymena northern ireland1
Terry RodgersSt Colmcille’s Primary SchoolBallymena, Northern Ireland
  • Vice Principal
  • Provides outstanding formal & informal science learning experiences
  • AZSTT project developing Communities of Scientific Enquiry
  • Seconded for two years to promote science in primary schools
  • Developed teaching resource on Flight
  • St Colmkille’s has won the Formula 1 in Schools for the past 3 years
carol sampey shaw primary school shaw wiltshire1
Carol SampeyShaw Primary School,Shaw, Wiltshire
  • Deputy Head and Science Co-ordinator
  • A passion for wanting children to love learning and apply science in their everyday lives.
  • A valued member of the Wiltshire Primary Science Planning Team
  • ASE Primary Science Editorial Board
  • Recognised as an outstanding practioner and happy to be observed
adele barber riverbank primary school aberdeen1
Adele BarberRiverbank Primary SchoolAberdeen
  • Science Co-ordinator & Developer
  • Delivers science CPD and ongoing science support to colleagues
  • Two secondments to the Education Authority to write science resources
  • After school science club, science week,
  • Gold Primary Science Quality Mark
kulvinder johal northbury junior school barking dagenham london1
Kulvinder JohalNorthbury Junior SchoolBarking & Dagenham, London
  • Delivers INSET and supports staff in delivering and assessing science
  • Developed Outdoor Learning
  • Plans Visits and Specialists to enhance

the science curriculum

  • Silver Primary Science Quality Mark and supports the local PSQM hub
  • Helped plan the Barking & Dagenham Primary Science Conference
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Primary Science Teaching Awards 2012

Alison Eley

Sue Marks

Julia Nash

Linda McKee

Terry Rodgers

Carol Sampey

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Primary Science Teaching Awards 2012

Keith Bishop Award

Adele Barber

astrazeneca science teaching trust
AstraZeneca Science Teaching Trust

The AstraZeneca Science Teaching Trust was established by trust deed on 2 April 1997. The objectives of the Charity and its principal activities are to help improve the education of children and the education and training of those responsible for teaching children in science and related subjects, in Britain, with particular regard to primary school teaching, transition from KS2 to KS3 and KS3.

astrazeneca science teaching trust primary science college
AstraZeneca Science Teaching Trust Primary Science College

The AstraZeneca Science Teaching Trust launched their Primary Science College in 2010. All previous winners of the ASZTT Primary Science Awards from 2003 onwards were invited to join the College as well as today’s new winners. AZSTT want to support these excellent teachers on a long term basis and to this end they will make available £50,000 to the members of the college to support projects and activities that they are engaged in.