June, 2021

28Jun5:00 pm6:00 pmMaking STEAM a Part of the Primary Curriculum

Course Details

Ever wondered how to fit STEAM into the curriculum? Or maybe you are wondering what STEAM is!

Join us as we demonstrate how STEAM has the power to spark curiosity and creativity in the primary classroom. This session will introduce you to engaging projects and maker challenges, including using the Micro:bit. Each project will draw upon knowledge and skills across Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics to create an exciting approach to learning.


This webinar is in English

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What Will I Learn?

By the end of this webinar you will:


– Understand what STEAM is and how it can be incorporated into the primary curriculum


– Know what a Micro:bit is and how to use one


– Have ideas of projects that can be run with Micro:bit

Who Should Take This Course?

– Teachers (and support staff) of all ages and subjects





Kellie GoodallKellie is Assistant Headteacher and Year 6 teacher at Broughton Primary School. She leads digital learning across the school and is passionate about enhancing teaching and learning with technology. Kellie was a Digital and Curriculum Pioneer for Welsh Government and was part of the team who created the Digital Competence Framework and the New Curriculum for Wales. Kellie’s work has been recognised nationally resulting in her being awarded Pearson Teacher of the Year for Wales amongst other national awards for her approach to digital learning. She is a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, Microsoft Master Trainer and a Flipgrid Student Voice Ambassador.Twitter: @kellie_digital