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World Town Planning Day Schools Competition

The Royal Town Planning Institute is calling on 7-18 year olds to enter the 2017 World Town Planning Day Schools Competition. Using up to 5 images, entrants need to show how they would make their local place more: Inclusive: Planning for everyone, regardless of age, ability, gender or background. Resilient: Planning for a place that […]

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‘Just Add Imagination’ resource

We are excited to share our new resource for parents and families, called ‘Just Add Imagination‘. It is part of our new Parents for STEM Futures project to actively engage parents of primary school aged children in science and maths subjects. This digital (and printable) resource aims to show how creative and exciting STEM (science, technology, engineering […]

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Job – Primary Schools Outreach Officer

Fixed-term post at University of Nottingham, UK Recruitment, Admissions & Widening Participation team. As part of our ongoing commitment to working with primary schools, the Widening Participation team is seeking an outstanding individual to join us as Outreach Officer (Primary Schools). Across all of our programmes, we provide engaging and innovative learning experiences, and raise […]

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Job – E-Learning Primary School Science

I am looking for science educators to join an online school that I have been working for the past three years. The school is based in Shenzhen, a city located immediately north of Hong Kong, but you would be working remotely. It is specialises in teaching English to school-aged Chinese children from the ages of […]

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Great Bug Hunt

The closing date for the ASE’s 2017 Great Bug Hunt competition is the 16th June! Simply identify a habitat, explore and discover the bugs that live there, photograph or draw them and record your findings – it’s that simple – plus, with the added benefits of fresh air, having fun and covering important parts of […]

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‘Terrific Scientists’ for BBC Learning

BBC Learning is launching a bold, ambitious science campaign aimed at inspiring primary-age teachers and their pupils through exciting, innovative and accessible mass-participation investigations that every school can take part in. We’ll also host exciting content on our website and social media channels which launch in November. As part of this content, we’re curating a […]

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Lancashire Science Festival 2017 proposals

The Lancashire Science Festival 2017 will be open from 29 June to 1 July and is held at the University of Central Lancashire’s Preston campus. The 2016 festival reached over 17,000 people and we are hoping to replicate this for 2017. But…we need you! Applications are now open for submissions to this year’s festival. We […]

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Mini Maker Rocket Making Workshop

Announcing a wonderful Mini Maker workshop for 3 to 7 year olds on Thursday 2nd June, 11am – 3pm. Join Biochemist and BOM Fellow Mel Grant to have some crafty fun with space inspired activities. We’ll have hexbug drawing, solar system headband making and rocket making and decorating from paper and card. A great excuse […]

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The 2016 Great Bug Hunt

The closing date for the ASE’s 2016 Great Bug Hunt competition is the 17th June! Open to all Primary Schools… ‘The Great Bug Hunt competition is a fun and fascinating way to introduce children to the weird and wacky world of mini beasts. So grab a bug net and awaken their sense of discovery and adventure […]