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- New in the Bookshop - We're talking about evolution
We've just started stocking a great new guide from Millgate House Publications - 'Let's Talk About Evolution'. This is a complete guide to teaching evolution in the primary curriculum and ASE members receive over 25% off rrp. Buy from just £17.
- Consultation launched for next wave of qualification reform
ASE will be responding to the Ofqual and DfE consultations on the next wave of GCSEs and A-levels to be reviewed by the Government for 2017 onwards. These include GCSE astronomy and geology and AS and A-level environmental science.
- Chris Colclough announced as the new Chair of the Association for Science Education
We are delighted to announce that Chris Colclough CSciTeach has been elected as the next chair for the Association.
- Winners announced for the 2015 Bug Hunting Competition
We're delighted to announce the winners of our annual bug hunting competition. Congratulations to the winning schools and thanks to all the classes who submitted an entry! We hope you had fun outdoors discovering tiny creatures in their natural habitats.
- Everything Practical. Gadgets, Fingerprinting and more
Thanks for all those who made our regional technician conference today such a success. It will be returning in 2016.
- Vote for the Next Chair of the Association
ASE members are invited to vote for who they would like to elect to the position of Chair of the Association.
- Investigation to find the best tea-dunking biscuit
This competition from CLEAPSS gives primary students the opportunity to lead a fun investigation into what is the best biscuit for dunking into tea?
- Winners of the Brenda Keogh Primary Science Award
ASE Primary Science Education Committee are very pleased to announce the winners of the Brenda Keogh Primary Science Award. They are Brocklewood Primary School, Nottingham and St George's CE Primary School, Stockport.
- Realising the importance of maths in science
We're looking for teachers to become part of a review group for national guidance being produced to support the effective teaching and assessment of maths in science.
- Working scientifically to solve real world problems
These new resources can support pupils to work scientifically within a global context. Through investigation, pupils find out how to solve real problems in the developing world, and consider how solutions already implemented there may be applicable to our own lives here in the UK.