The ASE is an organisation I joined to further my knowledge and involvement in Primary Science Education and through the ASE I have gained valuable knowledge, skills and made many new friends. - Lizzie Bottomley, Primary teacher and ASE member
NEW! Primary School e-membership
Primary Schools can now make significant savings on their membership by becoming e-members. In addition to all the benefits listed above, the new membership package offers free access to the resource site Primary upd8.
As an e-member all the benefits are available online, so both the Primary Science journal and Education in Science magazine are available as electronic rather than hard copies.
All this at the introductory price of £77, plus VAT.
Details on how to apply are available in the Primary e-membership Application Form.
- Primary Science, five issues per year. ASE’s primary journal is the forum for information and ideas which support effective practice in science education at primary school level
- Education in Science, four issues per year. ASE’s in-house magazine for all member’s of the ASE which keeps member’s up-to-date with Association news and events, as well as topical issues in science education.
- Special member’s price on all ASE books. Take a look at some of our new and best selling titles. You can order books online from the ASE Bookshop.
- Special member’s registration fee for Area Conferences and Meetings, and our Annual Conference which is the best value event of its kind in the UK, with
more than 300 events over three days, including the largest science education exhibition in Europe.
- £5,000,000 Public Liability insurance.
- ASE discounted rate for subscription to New Scientist.
- Primary upd8 - the resource of activities based on science in the news at a 75% discount
- Professional development opportunities - free advice on career development, courses and workshops at special prices, accreditation such as Chartered Science Teacher for individuals and Primary Science Quality Mark for schools
- Resources for Primary members