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ASE Annual Conference 2020

Be part of the largest science education CPD event in Europe! Reading University, 8th to 11th January 2020.

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Free CPD events for teachers!

DATA, the Design and Technology Association is working in partnership with Engineers without Borders and Practical Action to bring you free courses for KS2 to KS5 teachers.

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PLAN primary assessment support resources

PLAN (The Pan London Assesswork Network) has developed and publsihed a suite of resources to support schools with KS1 and KS2 science assessment.

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Copper Development Association Resources

The Copper Development Association provides information on copper's properties and applications, essentiality for health, role in technology and the quality of life.

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Latest Resources

  • Squashed Tomato Challenge - Free Poster
    The Problem and the challenge: How to transport tomatoes from a mountainside to a market without squshing them. Suitable for KS2-5 with all resources freely downloadable. Now with a free supporting poster.


     


  • Great Science Share 2020
    A campaign to inspire young people to share their scientific questions and investigations to new audiences! Registration forms for the Great Science Schools’ Share on Tuesday 16th June 2020 are now live. Apply for a space the main event, and/or register events taking place at your schools.

  • Glasgow Science Festival - June 2020

    Glasgow Science Festival engages up to 50,000 people annually through the headline festival in June and tens of thousands more with our range of innovative, award-winning public engagement and community-led projects throughout the year.



  • ABPI resources

    The ABPI schools site is supported by the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry. It provides teachers and students with high quality, free, curriculum related, interactive resources containing animations and diagrams which can be downloaded.



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  • British Association for Aerosol Manufacturers
    Find out how they are made, how they are filled and how they work. The aerosol industry uses some of the fastest and highest precision equipment in manufacturing today. Its engineers, chemists, materials scientists and designers produce low cost recyclable products with uses everywhere from the kitchen to the football pitch.

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