British Science Association
British Science Association offers £200 for schools who are interested in organising an event in Science and Engineering Week (NSEW) in March 2012. Applications are open for schools in “challenging circumstances”.
500 schools ifrom the UK will be awarded the grant.
How to apply?
All you need is a basic idea for your own NSEW events and activities and the enthusiasm to get it off the ground. However, we can only fund 500 schools and this is a very popular scheme so you will need to ensure your ideas are sound.
Following the success of last year’s x-change, the British Science Association are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to bring this annual event to the British Science Festival in Bradford from 10-15 September.
The British Science Assocation CREST Awards is turning 25 and they're keen to hear from the thousands of students who’ve received a CREST Award over the years. In fact, they would like to find award winners from every year of CREST’s existence to help celebrate its birthday.
Things are really hotting up for Big Bang North East! Blue Peter science presenter Steve Mould will be presenting the awards ceremony, featuring regional finalists of the Young Engineer for Britain Competition and CREST Awards. Steve will also be performing some of his favourite experiments in front of a live audience of school pupils from the North East.
See Blue Peter science presenter Steve Mould on YouTube:
Steve Mould Showreel on YouTube