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Upcoming events

Science Technicians Conference
30th June 2017

Core and more practicals for technicians conference

Why attend?

This is possibly the largest event specifically organised for science technicians in the region. There will be a series of ‘workshops’, various exhibitions and plenty of opportunity for discussion to take place.

ASE London and Essex Teachers Conference 2017 - UCL Insitutue for Education
1st July 2017

This year we are focusing on maximising learning of Science for all, with expert presenters looking at how the new curriculum may be approached to ensure every student’s engagement and enthusiasm with science. There will be a Market Place of organisations and suppliers which you can visit at registration, break and lunch. Professor Mary Whitehouse will be giving the keynote address.

ASE/WMCTC: Visit The National Space Centre: Space Chemistry
1st July 2017

This is a unique opportunity for you to visit the National Space Centre in Exploration Drive, Leicester and to sample some of the activities offered to visiting groups of all ages and interests. It is also an opportunity to bring your family if you wish - it should be fun. There is no charge for this visit.

Animals and Their Behaviour
3rd July 2017

Animal behaviour is an innately fascinating and engaging subject that is taught in both science and psychology and throughout the key stages.  This workshop, will provide a number of practical ideas to teach all sorts of biology topics at all key stages.
To book a place  at this event  please go to https://asewelshmountainzoo.eventbrite.co.uk                

The Great Science Share 2017 - Manchester
5th July 2017

The Great Science Share returns for 2017! The Great Science Share is a series of events stimulated from science interest groups across Greater Manchester, which inspire people to engage and share their learning together. You can get involved with the events as a School, Teacher or Business.

ASE/WMCTC: A Visit to the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery Conservation Department
5th July 2017

This visit on Wednesday 5th July from 10.30 am to 12.00 noon will be of interest to all teachers of chemistry (KS3, GCSE and A-Level) and will help you relate the applications of chemistry in a work-place environment to your students.

ASE Outdoor Teachmeet at Stokehill, Somerset
5th July 2017

It is an informal and enjoyable gathering of those curious about teaching and learning. Anyone can share great ideas they've trialled in their classrooms, a teaching resource they love, a great website, a classroom activity - whatever you like! You can ask questions or simply turn up to soak up all the great ideas and enthusiasm. It is about being engaged and inspired by our immediate colleague

ASE National Technicians Conference 2017 - National STEM Learning Centre, York
6th to 7th July 2017

This comprehensive CPD conference for technicians returns to the University of York this July. It is the flagship event for technicians working in schools in the UK.

ASE Futures Conference 2017 - University of Hertfordshire
6th to 7th July 2017

The conference theme is 'Managing change; shaping the future'. This conference will be relevant to all key stages and will particularly suit those involved with Initial Teacher Education (ITE) or who have responsibility for the professional development (CPD) of teachers, including advisers, and staff from teaching or science specialist schools.

Primarily Science Conference
7th July 2017

For Primary Science Coordinators and Leaders: helping to raise the profile of Science in your school.

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