25 Feb 2015
In January 2016, the ASE Annual Conference will be returning to the University of Birmingham. You could showcase new resources, support colleagues with the latest subject knowledge or share advice for leadership, planning and the curriculum.
24 Feb 2015
We are delighted to announce that Kulvinder Kaur Johal CSciTeach, Assistant Head Teacher and Science Co-ordinator from Northbury Primary School in Barking is the lucky winner of an an all-expense paid trip to Chicago.
13 Feb 2015
Dr Richard Spencer MBE CSciTeach has been shortlisted in the final 10 candidates for a global nobel-style teaching award. The Global Teacher Prize is designed by the Varkey Foundation to celebrate teaching and raise the status of the profession.
How do you feel about teaching evolution?
Take a survey about developing materials to support the teaching of evolution.
10% discount for ASE members on all National Science Learning Centre courses. For a limited time only.
New Special Report on Lab Design
New special report for 2015 - latest advice and guidance from lab design expert, Andy Piggott, provides an overview of design for architects and schools.
Ending short-termism in education policy
In his ASE presidential address, Sir David Bell called for politics to be taken out of schools and for Government to trust the frontline.
Complete our research survey
How do you use research in the classroom? Complete our 10 min survey for a chance to win £100 Amazon voucher.
What really matters in science education?
Shared Presentation from Sir John Holman at ASE regional conference, University of Huddersfield.
Brenda Keogh Primary Science Award
To celebrate the legacy of an inspirational writer and teacher,ASE is pleased to announce a new award for engaging primary science.
Health and Safety
Guidance on planning safe and exciting practical work in science.
Enrich your science teaching and learning with the latest free resources
Support for primary science subject leaders, teachers and schools. Find out more.
Curriculum and Assessment
Simple summary of curriculum reforms and changes to assessment all in one place.
Science education discussion group every Monday at 8pm on twitter with @theASE using hashtag #ASEchat