Deputy Headteacher, Sharples School, Bolton
Caroline is the Deputy Headteacher at Sharples School in Bolton, Lancashire and has been teaching for 7 years. Prior to that she was a postgraduate researcher at the University of Liverpool in Molecular Microbiology.
Caroline teaches Biology, Chemistry and particularly Astronomy which is offered as a GCSE at her school.
In 2007 she was awarded with a National Teaching Award for New Teacher of the Year and in 2010 she was awarded a Royal Society Hauksbee Award for public engagement with Science. Caroline now sits on the Summer Exhibition committee for the Royal Society.
A masterclass or CPD session delivered by Caroline can include:
- GCSE Science for Core, Additional and the New Further courses; tailored to A*\A or C\D borderlines - using Space as a context to engage students and raise achievement
- Chemistry of Space at GCSE and A Level - why Chemistry is vital to Space exploration
- GCSE Astronomy - getting 100% A*- C with a dedicated revision day or supporting students with controlled assessment.
- Inspire your staff with Learning and Teaching ideas using the context of space to teach all areas of Science.
"Every class is carefully tailored to the GCSE or A Level syllabus to ensure maximum impact on achievement"
More about Caroline:
- Royal Society Hauksbee Award
- TES Teaching Video featuring Caroline Molyneux
- Teaching Awards 2007 winner
- National STEM Centre Case Study Balshaw's CE High School
- Science in School article: Using Music in the Science Classroom