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  • The 2022 Royal Society Prizes are still open and include Excellence in Education Prizes and Horizon Prizes for Education.
    RSC Prizes
    The 2022 Royal Society Prizes are still open and include Excellence in Education Prizes and Horizon Prizes for Education.
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  • To celebrate being awarded a Green Tick for our secondary science content, we are offering all ASE members free access to our award-winning teaching and learning tool for the rest of this academic year.
    Century Tech
    To celebrate being awarded a Green Tick for our secondary science content, we are offering all ASE members free access to our award-winning teaching and learning tool for the rest of this academic year.
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  • A week of activities nationwide, National Insect Week encourages people of all ages to learn more about insects. National Insect Week returns in 2020
    National Insect Week
    A week of activities nationwide, National Insect Week encourages people of all ages to learn more about insects. National Insect Week returns in 2020
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  • The 2022 ASE Great Bug Hunt is here! It's been a long winter, but the little creatures will shortly be making their way out of hibernation into the warm spring sunshine – and then what will you find? Entries to reach ASE by July 15th 2022.
    The Great Bug Hunt 2022!
    The 2022 ASE Great Bug Hunt is here! It's been a long winter, but the little creatures will shortly be making their way out of hibernation into the warm spring sunshine – and then what will you find? Entries to reach ASE by July 15th 2022.
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  • ‘Anytime Anywhere Engineers’ is a new and innovative project funded by the Royal Academy Of Engineering and delivered by hi-impact & NFU Education to engage young people with the wonderful world of engineering. With a focus on agricultural engineering, participants will have the opportunity to meet some of the most innovative and amazing engineers in their field.
    Anytime, Anywhere Engineers
    ‘Anytime Anywhere Engineers’ is a new and innovative project funded by the Royal Academy Of Engineering and delivered by hi-impact & NFU Education to engage young people with the wonderful world of engineering. With a focus on agricultural engineering, participants will have the opportunity to meet some of the most innovative and amazing engineers in their field.
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  • Science Farm is a range of Science lesson plans and activities to teach Key Stage 1 children about food and farming whilst also meeting the needs of the Key Stage 1 Science programme of study. Join us on farm with our intrepid explorers from local primary schools in the stimulus video and then complete fun packed practical tasks.
    Science Farm
    Science Farm is a range of Science lesson plans and activities to teach Key Stage 1 children about food and farming whilst also meeting the needs of the Key Stage 1 Science programme of study. Join us on farm with our intrepid explorers from local primary schools in the stimulus video and then complete fun packed practical tasks.
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  • Farmers for Schools gives students access to voices from modern farming and invites your students to an open conversation about agriculture in the UK.  We are offering you the opportunity to have two engaging, enthusiastic speakers visit your school to spark discussion and debate as part of an engaging, interactive assembly or group discussion.
    Farmers for Schools
    Farmers for Schools gives students access to voices from modern farming and invites your students to an open conversation about agriculture in the UK. We are offering you the opportunity to have two engaging, enthusiastic speakers visit your school to spark discussion and debate as part of an engaging, interactive assembly or group discussion.
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  • The Farmvention: Climate Superheroes challenge is all about the problems that climate change creates for British farmers and how they are fighting it to become Climate Superheroes. Explore our themed inspiration hubs to get you thinking. Each one is full of investigations to complete at home or school
    Climate Superheroes
    The Farmvention: Climate Superheroes challenge is all about the problems that climate change creates for British farmers and how they are fighting it to become Climate Superheroes. Explore our themed inspiration hubs to get you thinking. Each one is full of investigations to complete at home or school
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  • Thinking about taking your first steps up the teaching career ladder? Check out the advice on how to overcome challenges in early career development, dazzle in interviews and more!
    Support for Early Career Teachers
    Thinking about taking your first steps up the teaching career ladder? Check out the advice on how to overcome challenges in early career development, dazzle in interviews and more!
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  • ASE has teamed up with Minecraft to develop a learning activity for students aged 11-13 years. Students explore key locations in the Periodic Odyssey to collect gaseous and metallic elements whilst researching their uses and properties.
    Minecraft Element Quest
    ASE has teamed up with Minecraft to develop a learning activity for students aged 11-13 years. Students explore key locations in the Periodic Odyssey to collect gaseous and metallic elements whilst researching their uses and properties.
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  • The Ogden Trust is now delivering Subject Knowledge for Physics Teaching (SKPT) courses.  FREE blended learning CPD for KS3 and KS4 teachers without a physics specialism.
    Subject Knowledge for Physics Teaching
    The Ogden Trust is now delivering Subject Knowledge for Physics Teaching (SKPT) courses. FREE blended learning CPD for KS3 and KS4 teachers without a physics specialism.
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  • Taking part in our global battery experiment will help you to understand how batteries work and their huge potential as a tool in the transition to more sustainable sources of energy. And it might inspire you to study further and even pursue a career as a scientist working towards a brighter energy future.  The global battery experiment will run throughout 2022, so you can take part and share your results at any time this year.
    Take charge - Global battery experiment
    Taking part in our global battery experiment will help you to understand how batteries work and their huge potential as a tool in the transition to more sustainable sources of energy. And it might inspire you to study further and even pursue a career as a scientist working towards a brighter energy future. The global battery experiment will run throughout 2022, so you can take part and share your results at any time this year.
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  • Take a look at Gratnells featured products to what's new in the world of staorage!
    Gratnells Featured Products
    Take a look at Gratnells featured products to what's new in the world of staorage!
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  • Empower Students: End HIV Stigma is an education toolkit developed by young people living with HIV which enables teachers to educate students with the facts about HIV in an engaging way, and to inspire them to become the generation that ends HIV stigma.
    HIV Education Toolkit
    Empower Students: End HIV Stigma is an education toolkit developed by young people living with HIV which enables teachers to educate students with the facts about HIV in an engaging way, and to inspire them to become the generation that ends HIV stigma.
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  • Meet Lucy, UK STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education and Charitable Partnerships Manager at GSK, and how she found her passion for powering the next generation of innovators.
    Meet our people: Lucy
    Meet Lucy, UK STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education and Charitable Partnerships Manager at GSK, and how she found her passion for powering the next generation of innovators.
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  • Meet Emily, a Mechanical Engineering Associate on the Future Leaders Programme. Read about her 3 year progarmme with GSK and the three roles she undertakes during the programme.she
    Meet our people: Emily
    Meet Emily, a Mechanical Engineering Associate on the Future Leaders Programme. Read about her 3 year progarmme with GSK and the three roles she undertakes during the programme.she
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  • read about Leonora, Associate Clinical Development Manager, involved in the testing of new medication in human clinical trial. Leonora works on the study team in a study management role, ensuring the trial is conducted ethically and safely.
    Meet our people: Leonora
    read about Leonora, Associate Clinical Development Manager, involved in the testing of new medication in human clinical trial. Leonora works on the study team in a study management role, ensuring the trial is conducted ethically and safely.
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  • Oyiza is a Clinical Data Manager at GSK within Global Clinical & Data Operations in Pharmaceutical Research & Development (R&D). She manages data on clinical trials around the world. Read more about her career.
    Meet our people: Oyiza
    Oyiza is a Clinical Data Manager at GSK within Global Clinical & Data Operations in Pharmaceutical Research & Development (R&D). She manages data on clinical trials around the world. Read more about her career.
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  • An interview with Megan Bell, an Emerging Technology Manager at the GlaxoSmithKline Research and Development Department
    Meet our people: Megan
    An interview with Megan Bell, an Emerging Technology Manager at the GlaxoSmithKline Research and Development Department
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  • Back in June 2021, Year 10 student Benji Lewis took part in a week-long virtual work experience programme at GSK  As part of the online programme, Benji had insight into different roles at GSK and learnt how his school subjects are relevant to the word of work.
    GSK Virtual Work Experience: Benji’s story
    Back in June 2021, Year 10 student Benji Lewis took part in a week-long virtual work experience programme at GSK As part of the online programme, Benji had insight into different roles at GSK and learnt how his school subjects are relevant to the word of work.
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  • Curious to know what an engineering apprentice at GSK does? Find out from our colleague Alexandra who works in a department that standardises the manufacture of Ellipta inhalers used to treat COPD and asthma.
    What I do in 30 seconds
    Curious to know what an engineering apprentice at GSK does? Find out from our colleague Alexandra who works in a department that standardises the manufacture of Ellipta inhalers used to treat COPD and asthma.
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  • As a science-led global healthcare company, there are jobs in a company like ours across a variety of areas, many of them within science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).  We have several early career programmes that allow young people to learn on the job, while getting an education and discovering the right job or next step for them. Get to know a few of our employees here and find out more about some ways into GSK.
    GSK: Discover a career with a purpose
    As a science-led global healthcare company, there are jobs in a company like ours across a variety of areas, many of them within science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). We have several early career programmes that allow young people to learn on the job, while getting an education and discovering the right job or next step for them. Get to know a few of our employees here and find out more about some ways into GSK.
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  • Meet a few people who work at GSK in jobs you may know less about and find out more about the sorts of skills they use. There are so many many roles in a company like ours in different areas of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
    GSK: We're not all scientists
    Meet a few people who work at GSK in jobs you may know less about and find out more about the sorts of skills they use. There are so many many roles in a company like ours in different areas of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
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  • Find out how the free curriculum-linked GSK resources can ignite your students' imaginations. Download the GSK module navigation guide, innovation challenge guidance and STEM Capital guide!,
    GSK Educator Support
    Find out how the free curriculum-linked GSK resources can ignite your students' imaginations. Download the GSK module navigation guide, innovation challenge guidance and STEM Capital guide!,
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  • The British Association of Planetaria is pleased to bring you the 2022 Moon calendar as a downloadable PDF file. Download and display in your classroom. Use it to teach about patterns and cycles in the natural world, and changes over time.
    Moon Calendar 2022
    The British Association of Planetaria is pleased to bring you the 2022 Moon calendar as a downloadable PDF file. Download and display in your classroom. Use it to teach about patterns and cycles in the natural world, and changes over time.
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  • The competition is open to students in the first year of post-16 education anywhere in the world. The competition stimulates students’ curiosity for the natural world and encourages them to take an interest in biology outside of school. Students achievements will be recognised with e-certificates. Registration closes on 1st June 2022
    Intermediate Biology Olympiad 2022
    The competition is open to students in the first year of post-16 education anywhere in the world. The competition stimulates students’ curiosity for the natural world and encourages them to take an interest in biology outside of school. Students achievements will be recognised with e-certificates. Registration closes on 1st June 2022
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  • The Biology Challenge 2022 (2nd – 20th May) for students aged 13-15 years old is now open for registrations. The competition stimulates students’ curiosity for the natural world and encourages them to take an interest in biology outside of school. Registrations closes on 27th April 2022:
    Biology Challenge 2022
    The Biology Challenge 2022 (2nd – 20th May) for students aged 13-15 years old is now open for registrations. The competition stimulates students’ curiosity for the natural world and encourages them to take an interest in biology outside of school. Registrations closes on 27th April 2022:
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  • This interactive resource from abpi is intended for students aged 16+ years. One Health is a programme that recognises that the health of humans, animals and ecosystems are connected. In this approach, multiple disciplines work together locally, nationally, and globally to achieve the best outcome for human health, animal health and the environment.
    One health
    This interactive resource from abpi is intended for students aged 16+ years. One Health is a programme that recognises that the health of humans, animals and ecosystems are connected. In this approach, multiple disciplines work together locally, nationally, and globally to achieve the best outcome for human health, animal health and the environment.
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  • This interactive resource from abpi is intended for children aged 7 to 11 years. It introduces classification and covers features of living things, keys, the tree of life, animal groups and the importance of classification.
    Classification
    This interactive resource from abpi is intended for children aged 7 to 11 years. It introduces classification and covers features of living things, keys, the tree of life, animal groups and the importance of classification.
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  • This interactive resource from abpi is intended for students aged 11 to 14 years, and covers cell structure, organisation, and unicellular organisms: bacteria, yeast and protozoa.
    Cells
    This interactive resource from abpi is intended for students aged 11 to 14 years, and covers cell structure, organisation, and unicellular organisms: bacteria, yeast and protozoa.
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  •  This interactive resource from abpi is intended for children aged 7 to 14 years and includes short video clips illustrating the three states of matter, information for teachers and a quiz.
    Solids, liquids and gases
    This interactive resource from abpi is intended for children aged 7 to 14 years and includes short video clips illustrating the three states of matter, information for teachers and a quiz.
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  • To help primary educators of children aged 9-11 embed key moments in history and science within their curriculum, we have used the incredible real-life story of early 19th century fossil collector and palaeontologist Mary Anning to produce a series of high-quality teaching resources and professional learning strategies that all educators can now access free of charge.
    Mary Anning: A fossil hunter's story
    To help primary educators of children aged 9-11 embed key moments in history and science within their curriculum, we have used the incredible real-life story of early 19th century fossil collector and palaeontologist Mary Anning to produce a series of high-quality teaching resources and professional learning strategies that all educators can now access free of charge.
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  • Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is offering a record number of places on its apprenticeship programme for 2022. Applications are now open for a total of 37 places. Closing date:20th February 2022.
    Rolls Royce apprentice programme
    Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is offering a record number of places on its apprenticeship programme for 2022. Applications are now open for a total of 37 places. Closing date:20th February 2022.
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  • Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! Challenge them with this fun online game which puts their mental arithmetic and quick fingers to the test.
    Reaction game
    Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! Challenge them with this fun online game which puts their mental arithmetic and quick fingers to the test.
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  • Encourage creative thinking and cement links between classroom learning and the real world by combining GSK STEM activities and running an innovation challenge session.
    Running an innovation challenge session
    Encourage creative thinking and cement links between classroom learning and the real world by combining GSK STEM activities and running an innovation challenge session.
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  • Find out more about the theory of science and STEM capital, and how it underpins the GSK STEM Education programme.
    What is STEM Capital?
    Find out more about the theory of science and STEM capital, and how it underpins the GSK STEM Education programme.
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  • Use our interactive toolkit to find out what content is available for each subject area.
    GSK STEM Education: Module navigation guide
    Use our interactive toolkit to find out what content is available for each subject area.
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  • Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! This activity introduces gas exchange systems by looking at the basics of how we breathe and the factors that can affect it, for example: allergies, smoking and exercise.
    How we breathe
    Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! This activity introduces gas exchange systems by looking at the basics of how we breathe and the factors that can affect it, for example: allergies, smoking and exercise.
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  • Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! Use this activity to reinforce learning about the forces that act on objects as they move through air and water, and as they bounce.
    Forces at work: Bounce
    Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! Use this activity to reinforce learning about the forces that act on objects as they move through air and water, and as they bounce.
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  • Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! Use this activity to introduce them to gas exchange systems and what can affect them, from smoking to exercise, asthma and allergies.
    Dust and breathing
    Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! Use this activity to introduce them to gas exchange systems and what can affect them, from smoking to exercise, asthma and allergies.
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  • Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! In this actvity, they learn about the forces of drag and lift through a simple activity investigating how these two forces work on objects at different angles.
    Forces at work: Drag and lift
    Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! In this actvity, they learn about the forces of drag and lift through a simple activity investigating how these two forces work on objects at different angles.
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  • Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! Introduce the main food groups to them with our Discovering digestion module, and look at why we need each of them in our diet.
    Discovering digestion
    Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! Introduce the main food groups to them with our Discovering digestion module, and look at why we need each of them in our diet.
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  • Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! This  activity looks at the cardiovascular system and cellular respiration through an investigation of the science of exercise.
    The science of exercise
    Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! This activity looks at the cardiovascular system and cellular respiration through an investigation of the science of exercise.
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  • Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! They will take part in a simple activity to demonstrate the importance of Friction and grip, through the use of a force gauge/force meter to measure force in Newtons.
    Forces at work: Friction and grip
    Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! They will take part in a simple activity to demonstrate the importance of Friction and grip, through the use of a force gauge/force meter to measure force in Newtons.
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  • Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! Engage them in the real-world application of data science through GSK examples of how we use data science in our business, and bring this career to life for your class.
    What is data science?
    Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! Engage them in the real-world application of data science through GSK examples of how we use data science in our business, and bring this career to life for your class.
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  • Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! They investigate the basics of biomechanics and antagonistic muscle pairs in this activity. They look at where different types of lever exist in the body, as well as learning how to explain antagonistic muscles.
    How an arm works
    Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! They investigate the basics of biomechanics and antagonistic muscle pairs in this activity. They look at where different types of lever exist in the body, as well as learning how to explain antagonistic muscles.
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  • Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! How can data and statistics help make society healthier? Demonstrate the important role of large data sets in making decisions about healthcare as students analyse data in smoking and lung cancer mortality.
    Real world statistics
    Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! How can data and statistics help make society healthier? Demonstrate the important role of large data sets in making decisions about healthcare as students analyse data in smoking and lung cancer mortality.
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  • Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! Introduce them to the challenges that scientists face when tackling the world’s largest parasitic killer: malaria.
    Fighting malaria
    Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! Introduce them to the challenges that scientists face when tackling the world’s largest parasitic killer: malaria.
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  • Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM!How can we use technology to improve healthcare? In this activity, students explore how smart technology can address design opportunities in a healthcare context.
    Apps to the rescue: Part 2
    Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM!How can we use technology to improve healthcare? In this activity, students explore how smart technology can address design opportunities in a healthcare context.
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  • Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! This activity supports students to develop an understanding of mobile apps and how they can be used to detect, predict and adapt behaviour. They analyse hidden sensors within smartphones and their relationship with mobile applications through two interactive activities.
    Apps to the rescue: Part 1
    Engage your age 11-14 students with STEM! This activity supports students to develop an understanding of mobile apps and how they can be used to detect, predict and adapt behaviour. They analyse hidden sensors within smartphones and their relationship with mobile applications through two interactive activities.
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