27 Nov 2015
Join the ASE for a series of lectures presenting cutting-edge scientific research to inspire teachers. Researchers from Birmingham and universities across the UK, share their work in subjects including: disease, particle physics, quantum technologies, humans within the natural environment, and technology in sport.
25 Nov 2015
Every year, the ASE Annual Conference brings together education professionals for a series of inspiring talks, sessions, and workshops. This wouldn't be possible without the generous support of our partners.
18 Nov 2015
The 11-19 committee met last week to discuss a range of issues impacting on science teachers. This Committee advises and supports teachers of science from the 11-19 age range and is interested in all aspects of the curriculum.
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.
Inspiring the next generation of researchers
How to engage your students with cutting edge research.
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