Education training - Prepare your classrooms for the future with e-Bug lesson Plans (Delivered in English)

Location
OpTIC Centre St Asaph
Date(s)
08/10/2019 (08:45-12:15)
Description

This event will be delivered in English

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, together with your Healthy Schools Team are offering  unique training to enable teachers to deliver E-Bug lessons to primary school children in years five and six (KS2).

e-Bug is an accredited online free learning tool mapped to the Welsh national curriculum. It makes teaching about microbes, the spread of infection and antibiotic resistance fun and you will be ready for World Antibiotic Awareness Week, 11 to 18 November 2019.

Teachers can register for one of the sessions taking place at convenient locations this coming October.  To facilitate attendance at these sessions a £95 supply cost contribution will be paid to the school on delivery of their first classroom session following the training.

e-Bug resources include teachers pack, detailed lesson pans, work sheets and interactive studies. Each teacher pack is further supported by a dedicated website aimed at both the teacher and the student, containing online games, quizzes and revision guides to continue the learning.

Each participant will be given the opportunity to

  • Learn the science behind e-Bug
  • Practice the interactive activities 
  • Take away your own lesson pack
  • Network with colleagues
  • Take away badges and certificates

Each study day will be delivered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Lead Antimicrobial Pharmacist Kailey Sassi–Jones and supported by Conwy and Denbighshire Healthy School Leads.

Refreshments

Refreshments are provided, but please bring your own lunch.

Who can attend?

Year 5 and 6 teachers

How to get involved

You will need to book a place to attend this event. 

Book a place at this event

Spaces are limited and early registration is advised to avoid disappointment.

Deadline for registration is 18th September 2019.

Where is it?

This event takes place at the OpTIC Centre, St Asaph.

Find out how to get to the OpTIC Centre

Parking

Free parking is available on site.

More information

For more infromation, please contact Paula.roberts@denbighshire.gov.uk