Updates from the Royal Society of Chemistry's education teams

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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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Winners of Analytical Chemistry Trust Fund’s logo and video competition announced


ACTF trustees announce the winners of their new logo and TikTok video competitions, run in lieu of the 2020 Schools’ Analyst competition

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Success for UK team at the International Chemistry Olympiad


A team of four A-level students from the United Kingdom won one gold medal and three silver medals at the 52nd International Chemistry Olympiad competition, held virtually for the first time in the competition’s history

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Education in Chemistry launches new series for trainee teachers


Entering the world of teaching can be overwhelming, now trainee teachers have the opportunity to ask all kinds of questions to experienced educators to help them get one step ahead

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RSC announces winners of 2020 education awards


Find out all about the 2020 winners of the RSC awards for chemistry educators

Conference week

Teaching support continues as RSC unveils schedule for week-long free conference


RSC unveils its programme for a conference for teachers to help inspire them in readiness for a return to the classroom

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Our support for teachers working remotely during COVID-19


The RSC has introduced a wide range of support for remote teaching during the coronavirus pandemic

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RSC Education’s online CPD for teachers becomes free


Teachers can access CPD courses for free until the end of the summer

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Teach Chemistry tops 3000 members


Support service for secondary schools keeps on growing

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RSC launches vision for 11–19 chemistry education


Report sets out framework for a chemistry curriculum

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UK Chemistry Olympiad 2020: Round 1 results released


Record-breaking number of students receive grade boundaries

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RSC strengthens its work with PSQM award programme


The RSC doubles funding for prestigious primary science award

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Schools’ Analyst competition 2019


John R Dean describes the proceedings at the 30th national Schools’ Analyst competition final held at the University of Manchester

Education in Chemistry magazine in print and digital

Education in Chemistry

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