Updates from the Royal Society of Chemistry's education teams

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How you helped improve registration

2021-09-10T11:00:00+01:00By Victoria Haines

We recently launched a new registration process. Here’s how

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How the Royal Society of Chemistry supports teacher trainers


Learn more about the support available to teacher trainer programme leaders from the RSC’s education coordinators

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Excellent result at the International Chemistry Olympiad


UK students win silver and two golds at the 53rd International Chemistry Olympiad competition

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Nuffield practical resources improved and easier to find


Discover how we’ve optimised the experiments and demonstrations in our Nuffield practical collection, so you can find and use them more easily

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Our best climate change and sustainability resources are now in one place


Inspire your students about chemistry for a greener, more sustainable future by connecting chemistry to climate and sustainability

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Education prizes open for nominations


The recently overhauled set of awards for educators opens for nominations today

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Entries open for International Symposium on Microscale Chemistry 2021


Submit your presentation or poster to the online microscale conference by 1 July

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What teacher professional development support is available from the RSC?


‘Whatever your specialism or experience, the RSC has a course that’s right for you’

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How you shaped our primary science website


Find out how we worked with teachers to test and develop our primary science website, Steps into Science, and hear how your feedback helped to shape it.

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Steps into Science primary education website launches


Brand-new primary education website with all the RSC’s primary science resources in one place is live

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Round one results of Chemistry Olympiad 2021 released


Grade boundaries revealed for annual Olympiad competition

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Chemical allsorts puzzles


RSC interest group is publishing downloadable fact sheets and puzzles for students

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Migrating resources from our older microsites


Some of our resources have moved. Find out why, and discover what we’ve added to the RSC education website while migrating a range of pre-existing microsites.

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Schools’ Analyst 2021 competition opens with slightly different format


The annual science competition is now open for registration and will be run in a socially distanced way

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Results of RSC’s 5-year-long outreach study call for action


The results of the RSC’s Chemistry for All outreach study call for action from outreach providers, policy makers, teachers, schools, and parents to make chemistry more accessible for all

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RSC becomes official TikTok partner to inspire next generation of chemists


We are excited to announce a partnership with social media platform TikTok, to become the first learned society in the world to join its #LearnOnTikTok programme

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Our magazine created for chemistry teachers is full of material to support and inspire you. Published online and in print by the Royal Society of Chemistry, we deliver a teacher-tailored experience, including science articles, teaching ideas, and downloadable resources