Daniel’s A-level practical skills training event

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Read Daniel’s thoughts on organising his A-level practical skills training event

Daniel Watson is the head of chemistry at Swanlea School in London. He received funding from the Chemistry Teaching Empowerment Fund to run an A-level practical skills training day in June 2019. Here, he talks about the event and passes on his tips for anyone considering applying for the fund.

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