User Avatar

The Missing Mastery in Primary Science

1 day
All levels
0 lessons
0 quizzes
0 students


  • Participants to bring their own laptop or notebook, to develop their mastery activity on the course.

The Missing Mastery in Primary Science

Programme Overview
Primary Science
Delivery ModelFace to Face sessions
What is Included
  • Certificate of attendance.
  • Course material (if applicable)
  • Lunch and refreshments
  • AED 1100 per delegate plus 5% VAT
  • Bespoke in-school training can be arranged for a group of 10 or more members of your staff.  Please contact for more information.
Deadline booking date:
Wednesday 7th September 2022
Date and times of training
Monday 26th September 2022
8:45am to 3:30pm UAE time
Programme breakdownFace to Face training
VenueHorizon English School, Dubai
Target audience

PRIMARY Teachers who are less confident teaching primary science or those who are new to science leadership.

Aims of the course
  • This one-day course is aimed at supporting teachers in the primary phases to develop their understanding of mastery in relation to the science curriculum.
  • The course will include input from the trainer, planning sessions to design lessons and the opportunity to trial teaching these lessons in a collaborative and supportive setting
Intended outcomes

By the end of the day participants will have:

  • developed their understanding of the role of mastery within the curriculum.
  • considered and evaluated approaches to integrating mastery across the school within the taught curriculum.
  • a greater knowledge of technology to support learning in Science.
  • developed and shared a range of mastery lessons.
  • an opportunity to teach a micro-lesson and gain reflective feedback

Maddison Lewis

0.0 Avg Review
Maddison Lewis has been working as a science educator and leader in both primary and early years phases for the last ten years. As a middle leader in primary school and coordinator of Science, she has had significant impact in growing departments specifically moving from ‘Good’ to ‘Outstanding’ in Phase 1 & 2 in line with the KHDA Framework. Maddison’s philosophy for learning within Science is that deep learning only occurs when learners take ownership of their learning. This is embedded within the design of the Science curriculum she has developed at her school but also within the support her teachers receive. By incorporating creative teaching and learning strategies within stimulating lessons, the Science curriculum is one which allows children to lead their learning in exciting and innovative ways. One of Maddison’s key values as a leader is encouraging collaborative and supportive working. This is reflected in the training that she delivers. The courses available have collaborative working at the heart of them with attendees working in groups to discuss, design and deliver lessons as well as reflecting as a team, developing a supportive environment to share feedback.


Programme Details
08:45 Registration and refreshments
09:00 What is Mastery in the Science Curriculum?

How can technology be used to support teaching Science?

10:00 Coffee Break
10:30 The planning process

Group presentations

12:30 Science themed Lunch
13:30 Practical opportunity to teach lessons

Reflections and feedback

15:30 Finish


The Missing Mastery in Primary Science leaflet – Maddison Lewis – February 2022

Maddison Lewis
1 days