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The Associate Schools and Colleges scheme is a UK network of enthusiastic teachers who share their experience and work with us in order to help promote excellence in science and mathematics teaching.
Associate Schools and Colleges benefit from close links with the Royal Society and access to our resources and expertise.
We accept applications from primary schools, secondary schools, sixth form and further education colleges and from both the state sector and independent sector.
The pilot phase of the scheme in 2009 was initially restricted to London but we are now accepting applications from schools and colleges across the UK.
Being a part of the Associate Schools and Colleges scheme gives teachers the opportunity to have their say and to feed their views into the work of the Royal Society and engage with our projects and activities.
Members of the scheme also receive:
The Royal Society benefits from working closely with teachers when we conduct research, respond to policy consultations and create teaching resources. We ask teachers in participating schools to contribute to our work, for example by responding to a consultation, reviewing teaching resources or participating in an event.
The Associate Schools and Colleges scheme is now close for applications. The next round of application will open in January 2014.
Read the eligibility criteria and application guidelines.
Alternatively, contact us for more information about how to apply to become an Associate School or College.
Learn more about the participating schools and colleges in the Associate Schools and Colleges scheme.
We support research into education and produce policy reports.
Funding for schools to work in partnership with scientists and engineers.
UK network of teachers who share their experience and work.
Science teaching resources for KS2-5
Showcasing exciting cutting-edge science.
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