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LENScience | The Liggins Education Network for Science

LENScience brings together schools, scientists and health professionals to invest in adolescent empowerment. Through school-science partnerships LENScience assists schools to facilitate locally relevant learning programmes that support adolescents to become critically engaged citizens. This means young people who have the capabilities required to seek out and make sense of evidence from within and beyond their communities to understand societal issues, and who are motivated and empowered to act on this learning. Programmes examine issues that impact the current and future health and wellbeing of adolescents and their potential future offspring.

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  • GutBugs@School Event as iCalendar
    27 November 2018, 9am - 4pm
    GutBugs@School is a professional learning and development course for teachers of Years 7 - 13 who are interested in developing learning programmes that explore the human microbiome and its impact on health and wellbeing OR use the GutBug Trial documentary to stimulate learning. The course comprises a full-day workshop accompanied by an online discussion programme.

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