British Science Week runs between 9-18 March 2018 & is organised by the British Science Association. It is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths – featuring engaging, entertaining and interesting events & activities across the UK for people of all ages. Find out how to get involved & start planning. Its really simple to get started, see the guide below.
Ways to get involved
- Arrange an Event
- Become a citizen scientist
- Run the Solar System (While your waiting for British Science Week to start, why not download the 'Run the Solar System' app – an immersive tour of the solar system featuring each planet as a distance marker.
The Kick Start grant Scheme is applicable to schools facing challenging circumstances & will be open to applications from late September.
Activity Packs for 2018 are themed around 'exploration & discovery' & will be made available shortly via the British Science Week website to early years, primary & secondary schools.
Get creative & enter the British Science Association's annual poster competition.
Students can create a poster on this years theme which relates to exploration and discovery. The five best posters from your school can be entered into the British Science Association's UK-wide competition & theres a chance for students to win lots of prizes.
Closing date for 2018 entries: Friday 6th April 6pm.
British Science Week News
For further information & to stay up to date visit https://www.britishscienceweek.org/news-information/
Science School Trips
Planning a Science school trip?, either to coincide with British Science week or at any other time.