Page last updated: 08.10.14
Membership rates have remained the same for 2014/15! Please return your membership request form as soon as possible.
This move towards social enterprise is part of our long-term funding strategy. We hope schools will support us to support you. Full details here on the website.
|TSN Annual Meeting - our Annual Meeting will take place on 10th February 2015 and feature a keynote talk by Dr. Marek Kakula, the public astronomer. This is a FREE event for members of TSN.||Feb. '15|
|TSN in 3.5 minutes - a short video summarising our activities. Tell your friends about what we do, share this link widely||NOW!|
|TSN congratulates Emily at Aslacton Primary School on her SILVER award with the Primary Science Quality Mark (PSQM). Emily is the first awardee from Norfolk for several years, and the first under TSN's stewardship. If you would like to take part, get more information here|
|TSN needs a treasurer .. could this be you? Please contact us to discuss this exciting opportunity in more detail.||NOW!|
|TSN Case Studies in print - Phil has authored a couple of case studies as part of Science Communication: a practical guide for scientists, published by Wiley & Blackwell, 2013.||NOW!|
|Follow TSN on Twitter, Phil is now tweeting TSN news and interesting bits & pieces, join his followers||NOW!|
PARTNERSHIP GRANTS SCHEME of the Royal Society. Upto £3000 available for partnerships to apply for if teaching 5-18 yrs ... TSN is happy to support and help with grant applications - the RS themselves also guide your application.
c/date 31st October 2014
|Primary Science in published work!
Should all TSN partners be aspiring to this ? – an investigation done by primary school children working with a scientist in Devon that has found itself published in a peer reviewed journal. Article itself and background story all available here
|FREE to a good home - Various items of science equipment that are free to schools - take a look at our Free to a Good Home page||NOW!|
|ONE-STOP SHOP FOR SCIENCE RESOURCES - have you visited www.schoolscience.co.uk yet? Supported by ASE, the Research Councils and many other partners.||NOW!|