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Continuing Professional Development for teachers

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by Kew offers a selection of teacher, technician and support staff training programmes. Courses support the delivery of science and other curriculum subjects through exciting and engaging practical techniques.

Through our programme we aim to establish enthusiasm and confidence in the deliverer. All Kew courses are firmly based upon the National Curriculum, cross-curricular interests, Learning Out of the Classroom and PLTS initiatives.

Below is a list of our current courses for primary and secondary teachers.

Courses and training opportunities

Kew's Jodrell laboratory was expanded to include new sections for physiology and biochemistry. In 1994 it tripled in size again.

Our bioscience evening will showcase biological practicals and resources aimed at enhancing the delivery of the Biology curriculum at both GCSE and A Level.

The Mansion House at Wakehurst Place during the summer

A practical day in association with OCR, designed to support the delivery of the elements of conservation, taxonomy and phylogeny.

Kew's Jodrell laboratory was expanded to include new sections for physiology and biochemistry. In 1994 it tripled in size again.

A unique event designed to support teachers wishing to build their confidence and knowledge in the area of gene technology.

Looking towards the Palm House from the woodland garden

This one-day course is presented by Kew scientists and Philip Harris.

The Millennium Seed Bank building

This one-day course is presented by Kew scientists and Philip Harris at Wakehurst in Sussex.