The ASE is a community of like-minded enthusiasts for science and science teaching. It is a source of great ideas and expertise through its published journals and meetings. It also allows teachers to expand their horizons beyond their daily work in the classroom to share ideas and enthusiasms with others across the country (and indeed the world) who share enthusiasm for our subject and our profession. - Sir John Holman, Former Centre Director, National Science Learning Centre
The Association for Science Education (ASE) is the largest subject association in the UK. Members include teachers, technicians and others involved in science education.
This section will offer more information about the ASE. Click on the tabs to your left to learn more about:
- ASE's President, Professor Alice Roberts
- Chair of the Association, Pete Robinson
- ASE's Chief Executive, Annette Smith
- ASE HQ Staff
- Assembly Members
- Council Members
- Field Officers, who oversee the day to day running of the 19 regions throughout the UK
- Region Secretaries
- ASE Committee Chairs
- Honorary Members, Past Chairs and Presidents
- Special Service Awardees, recognising the contributions, mainly voluntary, by active members who work tirelessly behind the scenes to keep the ASE network moving forward.