The holidays are coming - what are your plans?

The summer holidays are approaching fast - why not use the break to give your skills a boost? Book your place on one of our fantastic summer schools or conferences.


Newly qualified teachers


New and recently qualified teachers' conference

Drawing on the experiences of expert leaders and other practitioners will give you new strategies to support your students' learning. There are conferences being held across the UK, so find your nearest one today!

Practical work summer school

For newly qualified teachers or those moving into science, learn how to plan, deliver and evaluate effective and practical science lessons in our purpose built centre in York.

Summer school for newly and recently qualified teachers

This summer school will provide time and space to reflect upon your practice working in a highly supportive and stimulating environment. You'll get the chance to explore less familiar areas of science teaching such as learning outside the classroom and thinking skills.

For technicians

ASE national technicians conference

From using jelly to demonstrate waves, to molecular gastronomy - this year's national technicians conference is packed with inspiring sessions.

For primary teachers

Primary conference

Run in partnership with ASE, this one day conference will bring together primary teachers, science subject leaders and teaching assistants who are interested in developing science within their schools.

Primary summer school

Designed for Scottish teachers, this summer school will look at the broad themes of biodiversity and sustainability in relation to Curriculum for Excellence (CfE).

For secondary and post-16 teachers

ESERO - UK and Royal Astronomical Society teacher conference

Discover new and engaging resources across the fields of astronomy, astrobiology and space science and hear from leading scientists and educationalists in the field of space science and astronomy.

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