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  • Genomics lite

    Genomics lite

    Four webinars in June and July 2021 that will explore biodiversity and evolution research. Aimed at upper secondary students, these sessions provide an opportunity to hear about cutting-edge research and ask questions to experts in the field.

    15 Jun 2021 9:45am

  • Maths Hubs Matrix Herts Primary Professional Development

    Maths Hubs Matrix Herts Primary Professional Development

    Mastery Readiness and Mastery Development programme starting in September 2021. The programme is fully funded by the DfE - including £1,000 for your school towards teacher release.

    24 May 2021 11:16am

  • University of Hertfordshire taster lectures for A level students

    University of Hertfordshire taster lectures for A level students

    Offered free and online they include a variety of topics including STEM subjects.

    13 May 2021 4:52pm

  • Exploring transient art in EYFS to develop language and conceptual understanding in maths and science

    Exploring transient art in EYFS to develop language and conceptual understanding in maths and science

    This professional development will inspire work around transient art, promoting not only children’s curiosity, creativity and imagination but also the development of hand-eye coordination, observation, concentration and decision making skills - commences on 08th June.

    13 May 2021 3:00pm

  • British Pharmacological Society - Junior science writing competition

    British Pharmacological Society - Junior science writing competition

    Do you know a budding scientist aged 7-11 years old? The junior science writing competition is now open for submissions

    27 Apr 2021 9:13am

  • Genomics Lite - human genetics variation series

    Genomics Lite - human genetics variation series

    This four – part Genomics Lite series explores human genetic variation and how this can affect disease and medicine.

    18 Feb 2021 9:20am

  • Digital classroom for Hertfordshire schools

    Digital classroom for Hertfordshire schools

    Herts for Learning (HfL) has produced a series of resources to help schools with providing learning at a distance, the varied options available and best practice. New content is added each week.

    16 Feb 2021 1:06pm

  • Royal Society of Biology science at home festival resources

    Royal Society of Biology science at home festival resources

    The Royal Society and other science education organisations have worked together to run a virtual science festival with activities, video material, games and resources available online for access at any time.

    16 Feb 2021 12:52pm

  • Great Science Share for Schools 2021

    Great Science Share for Schools 2021

    With weekly themes from 03 May and the campaign day on 15 June 2021, the great Science Share for Schools is an opportunity for 5 – 14 year olds to share their scientific questions with new audiences.

    09 Feb 2021 11:44am

  • Royal Society Partnership grants

    Royal Society Partnership grants

    Partnership Grants of up to £3,000 are available to UK primary and secondary schools and colleges to carry out investigative STEM research projects. Application deadlines have been extended.

    09 Feb 2021 10:39am

  • Schools card game competition

    Schools card game competition

    Free key stage 3 science resources and challenge competition.

    03 Dec 2020 11:48am

  • Matrix maths hubs

    Matrix maths hubs

    Matrix maths hub supports schools and colleges in Hertfordshire and Harlow Town in mathematics education from early years to post-16.

    01 Dec 2020 3:57pm

  • ASE recommendations for practical science

    ASE recommendations for practical science

    The ASE has published the second report in its "Good Practical Science - making it happen post-Covid-19" series.

    02 Nov 2020 4:54pm

  • Celebrating teaching and learning in primary science

    Celebrating teaching and learning in primary science

    During the lockdown period due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Woolenwick Infant and Nursery school, Stevenage has been open to provide childcare for key worker children and the daily care of the allotment and kitchen garden has continued. Read the full article here to find out about the benefits this has had.

    21 May 2020 9:32am

  • Resoures from the Royal Society of Biology

    Resoures from the Royal Society of Biology

    New education during COVID-19 pages will be regularly updated over the coming weeks and months with advice, resources and announcements for schools, students and parents.

    29 Apr 2020 3:44pm

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