Although not actually themed, this June issue of SSR features a collection of written accounts from presentations at the 2019 ASE Annual Conference at the University of Birmingham.  A large number of contributors offered us these valuable write-ups and so more will appear in subsequent issues. Topics covered include making maths in science enjoyable, catalase activity in immobilised yeast, using career contexts to teach science, philosophy, educational trials and an A-level biology enrichment drama. A wide variety of other articles also feature, together with some more of the popular Science Notes.

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