Science capabilities in action
Teachers, register below to join this free online professional learning session on Thursday 31 October 4:00–4:45 pm.

Join Greta Dromgool and participants of the Royal Society Science Teaching Leadership Programme as we explore the science capabilities in action.

In this session we will join teachers from a range of schools as they share their experiences, successes and challenges designing and implementing their innovative science programmes.

This webinar will deepen your understanding of why and how teachers are making changes to their programmes in order to develop students’ scientific capabilities and support scientific literacy.

You will also gain insight into the impact of these approaches and how to access support for incorporating these ideas into your own programme.

This webinar will be valuable for teachers of all levels.

You will be sent a reminder email before the webinar.

We will be using Zoom, and you can connect to our live session using this link: For more information on using Zoom, see our article Introducing our PLD (

All those who answer the questions in the registration form, attend the live webinar and participate in the follow-up discussion in our Slack forum ( will receive a certificate.
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We would like to acknowledge your prior understanding in this professional learning webinar. Please answer the questions below about the upcoming session.
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