12 Feb 2016
Hundreds of students made history last night as their school became the first in the world to make video link via amateur radio with the International Space Station.
11 Feb 2016
Today is the UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Who is your #FavouriteFemaleScientist?
10 Feb 2016
Teacher Scholarship announced for NSTA Conference in Nashville, USA from 30th March – 3rd April 2016. Apply now!!
Visualising the Invisible
Activity where students use real hospital data about healthcare associated infections to learn about communicable diseases.
Macaques and Malaria
This free activity looks at how field work can help explain why there has been an increase in macaque carried malaria in Borneo.
Richard III - The Isotope Story
This free activity explores how isotope analysis of the skeleton reveals insights into the lifestyle of the king found in a Leicester car park.
Health and Safety
Guidance on planning safe and exciting practical work in science.
Support for primary science subject leaders, teachers and schools. Find out more.
Enrich your science teaching and learning with the latest free resources
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