- Whizz-bang for ASE Scotland 2013
2 Whizz-bangs, 17 marvellous molecules and 13 Aberdeen Schools awarded Primary Science Quality Mark – 1 Amazing ASE Scotland Annual Conference 2013.
- ASE needs your views on draft science programmes of study
ASE will be responding to the Department for Education consultation on the draft science programmes of study. As with all formal consultation responses from ASE, this response will be informed by the views and experiences of our members.
- Evidence from SCORE contributes to government response on KS4 reform
The Government has not proved its case that GCSEs in the key academic subjects should be abolished and replaced with new English Baccalaureate Certificate exams, according to the House of Commons Education Select Committee.
- 10 Top Tweets and Blogs from ASE Annual Conference 2013
ASE tweeters reached over a 1000 tweets(#ASEconf). We also have a great lineup of the best of the blogosphere from ASE Annual Conference 2013.
- What did you miss at ASE Annual Conference 2013?
Forgot to take notes or did you miss a session? See the session summaries, gallery and downloads in our highlights from ASE Annual Conference 2013, Universtiy of Reading, 2 - 5 January.
- 8 Creative Primary Teachers recognised at ASE Annual Conference 2013
ASE Annual Conference 2013 hosts the AZSTT Primary Teacher Awards in a ceremony with children's author Michael Rosen, recognising the work of 8 exceptional contributions to primary science teaching.
- ASE Chair judges Chinese International Science Contest
Liz Lawrence, the Chair of ASE, attended the second International Teenager Science and Technology Practice Contest in Guangzhou, China.
- SCORE voices concerns over post-16 funding formula
SCORE wrote to David Laws MP, Minister of State for Schools in December about the changes to the post -16 funding formula and the impact this could have on provision in the sciences.
- The upd8 Store is now online!
The upd8 Store is online now!
- IOP Chief Executive at the ASE Annual Conference
IOP Chief Executive Professor Paul Hardaker gives the ASE Annual Conference John Lewis Lecture.