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  • Two school pupils doing a chemistry experiment using pipettes and test tubes
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    Outreach fund

    Apply for a small grant (up to £5000) or a large grant (up to £10000) to run a chemistry-based public or schools engagement activity.

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    Welsh Water

    Discover teaching resources from Welsh Water, including videos, worksheets and plenty of links to literacy and numeracy. Some resources are available in Welsh.

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    National Space Centre

    Find out about school visits to the National Space Centre in Leicester. 

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    Glasgow Science Centre

    Discover educational programmes, school visits and more from Glasgow Science Centre. Including their award-winning GSC at home videos, which are perfect for home learning.

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    National apprenticeship week 8-14 February

    Look out for live events this week which can also be found on Twitter #NAW2021 and #BuildTheFuture 

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    The Eden Project

    Browse support for schools from the Eden Project. The Eden project offers virtual school trips, teacher CPD and lesson plans. 

  • Photo of two children building pyramids out of spaghetti and marshmallows
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    Starting a science club

    Find out about the five first steps of starting a science club, and get five ready-made activities to help you do so. From the ASE. 

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    Science and STEM clubs

    Visit the Primary Science Teaching Trust’s webpage for off the shelf resources for running extra-curricular clubs for children, with Children’s University accreditation available.

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    Excellence in Education Prizes

    Find out about the RSC’s Excellence in Education Prizes for primary education. There are prizes to recogise both individuals and teams for excellent work in primary education.

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    The Centre for Life

    Discover school visits, workshops and online STEM activities from The Centre for Life in Newcastle.

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    Birr Castle Science Centre

    Find out about primary science education programmes at Birr Castle in Ireland.

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    Aberdeen Science Centre

    Find out about school visits to the Aberdeen Science Centre. 

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    STEM Ambassadors

    STEM Ambassadors are volunteers from many different STEM-related jobs. Register with STEM Ambassadors so that you can invite local volunteers to inspire the students at your school.

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    Primary Careers Tool from NUSTEM

    NUSTEM has created a database of over 100 STEM careers sorted by science topic. For each career you can find an explanation of the job, counter-stereotypical images of people who do that job and three attributes someone needs to do that job. 

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    CPD units from the Primary Science Teaching Trust

    Find free to download CPD training units from the Primary Science Teaching Trust.  These are ideal to use in staff or subject leader network meetings.

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    Reach out CPD

    Find out about online CPD from Reach Out CPD. Their courses include topic knowledge and resources for use in class.

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    Primary CPD from STEM Learning

    STEM Learning run online and face to face courses on various aspects of primary science teaching.

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    Primary resources for cross curricular topics

    Explore STEM Learning’s resources for teaching science through cross curricular topics. The resources cover history, music, art and geography. 

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    Teaching science through stories

    Discover tips from STEM Learning for teaching science through stories. These resources include book summaries, hints and tips for teaching the science and further stories on a similar theme. Great for including science in literacy lessons. 

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    The Young People’s Book Prize

    Find out about the Royal Society’s book prize and discover this year’s top science books for young people.