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  • A science teacher works with two students at a laboratory bench; all three people are smiling, looking at some experimental apparatus
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    Schools’ Analyst Competition 2021


    Hear about the regional winners from 2021 and find out what the competition involved, with photographs of students taking part

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    Primary science teaching empowerment fund

    Get up to £600 (€690) to organise your own collaborative project or event that improves primary science teaching. 

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    14 ways to teach sustainability in chemistry

    Add sustainability to your chemistry lessons with teaching tips, lesson ideas and curriculum-linked resources based on the UN’s sustainable development goals

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    Chemistry and sustainability: healthy planet, healthy future

    Thursday 22 April, 4pm. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Professor Tom Welton explain the essential role that chemistry and chemists have in achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Booking closes 20 April.

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    Chocolate chemistry teaching resources

    Investigate the science of chocolate and explore key ideas using these chocolate-themed resources, including experiments, worksheets and activities.

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    Wow Science

    Wow Science provides links to primary science learning materials across the web, helping children to enjoy science both inside and outside the classroom. Created by the Primary Science Teaching Trust in collaboration with Learning Science Ltd. 

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    Microscale chemistry

    Tips, ideas and practical experiments to help you make the most of microscale chemistry in your classroom

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    Steps into Science

    Boost your confidence to teach primary science with our resources and support

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    Institute of Physics School Grants Scheme

    Find out about grants of up to £600 for projects, events and activities that promote a greater interest in physics and engineering in young people. Funded by the Institute of Physics, Institution of Engineering and Technology and Science and Technology Facilities Council. 

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    ASE teaching resources

    Browse resources, journal articles and events from the Association of Science Education (ASE). The ASE support all age groups from primary through to 18+.

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    The Royal Society Partnership Grants

    Partnership Grants of up to £3000 are available to UK schools and colleges to carry out investigative STEM research projects in partnership with a STEM partner from academia or industry. Support is available from the Royal Society throughout the application process

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    Subject leader self-evaluation tool

    PSTT’s subject leader self-evaluation tool will help you evaluate how science is taught across your school and plan to improve it. Find useful resources for important aspects of science teaching such as scientific literacy, differentiation and assessment.  

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    PSTT Primary Science Teacher Awards

    The Primary Science Teacher Awards are designed to celebrate and reward outstanding primary science teachers. Find out more: including the criteria for awards, how to nominate someone and the benefits of winning an award.

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    Primary Science Quality Mark

    The Primary Science Quality Mark (PSQM) is a CPD programme which results in an accreditation to evidence and celebrate a primary school’s commitment to science within a broad and balanced curriculum. PSQM provides training, mentoring and support to enable science subject leaders to develop and strengthen their leadership practice, improve all aspects of science teaching and learning and increase the profile of science within their school. 

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    Rediscovery Centre

    The Rediscovery Centre is the National Centre for the Circular Economy in Ireland. A creative movement connecting people, ideas and resources to support greener low-carbon living. We offer interactive and experiential workshops for primary students, which cover wide ranging environmental and STEM topics. 

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    Get funding

    Find out about funding opportunities for projects and equipment

  • Primary school pupil shows off a model they've made from wood and plasticine
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    Beyond the classroom

    Explore opportunities to enrich your pupils’ science learning. Find out about competitions and challenges, or try out our resources for home learning

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    Boost your knowledge

    Boost your knowledge and confidence to teach primary science. Browse CPD opportunities from the RSC and our partners, or find out about primary science news

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    Old Cork Waterworks Lifetime Lab

    Old Cork Waterworks offer primary science workshops and school tours in their Lifetime Lab

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    Centre for Industry Education Collaboration

    CIEC promotes awareness of STEM careers by linking primary school science with industry. Visit CIEC’s website for free downloadable science publications that support teaching science to 4-12 year olds, as well as training and CPD opportunities.