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Upcoming events

Earth Science Teachers’ Association Annual Course and Conference
25th to 27th September 2015

Earth Science Teachers’ Association Annual Course and Conference


Theme: Exploration & Resource Geology More details here.http://www.esta-uk.net/index_htm_files/Gen%20info%20for%20website.pdf
To reserve a place on the conference, or if you have any questions or would like hard copies of the documents, please contact Linda Marshall, ESTA Conference Manager at Linmarshall@btinternet.com

Lightfest Science Festival
25th September 2015

Invite for local schools in the West Midlands and surrounding counties to the Lightfest Science Festival as we intend to deliver a range of fun interactive activities to bringing to life the science of light related technology, such as lasers, sensor and optical fibre communication.

World Space Week - International
4th to 10th October 2015

World Space Week is an annual World-wide celebration of space exploration. Register a world space week event now and 􀀊􀀖inspire the next generation of explorers!

The Skills Show - NEC, Birmingham
19th to 21st November 2015

The Skills Show, the nation’s largest skills and careers event, and provides a great range of information about career pathways for your students. Attracting 75,000 visitors, the show provides hands-on experiences that inspire young people to explore further education, skills and apprenticeships.

Making progress without levels STEM Conference - London
19th November 2015

This event provides a unique opportunity to focus on children’s progress at KS1 and KS2 in the high priority STEM subjects – mathematics, science, D&T and computing.

ASE Northern Area Conference - Doing, Thinking and Learning Science
21st November 2015

We are excited to be able to stage this event in conjunction with the Science Learning Centre and the University of Huddersfield. Focusing all that makes science so involving and exciting for pupils (and teachers), we look forward to releasing full details of the programme soon. The event is for all those who teach science in Primary and Secondary schools.

ASE Annual Conference 2016 - University of Birmingham
6th to 9th January 2016

For four days, ASE hosts over 300 CPD science education sessions presented by teachers, leading scientists, researchers and education organisations. Throughout the conference there are lots of valuable opportunities for more informal professional and personal development through the science resources exhibition, drop-in activities and the chance to share experiences with teachers.

Region 10 (Berkshire and Oxfordshire) Committee meeting
19th January 2016

his is a meeting of the region committee. If you would like to become involved then please contact Frances Evans francesevans@ase.org.uk

Region 10 (Berkshire and Oxfordshire) Committee meeting
12th April 2016

This is a meeting of the region committee. If you would like to become involved then please contact Frances Evans francesevans@ase.org.uk

Primary Science Teaching Trust International Conference - Belfast
9th to 11th June 2016

From 9-11 June 2016, the Primary Science Teaching Trust will celebrate excellence in the teaching and learning of primary science across the world with our inaugural International Primary Science Conference 'No Boundaries. No Barriers' in the cultural city of Belfast.

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