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Royal Society Schools Network

The Royal Society Schools Network comprises enthusiastic practicing teachers, technicians and staff from schools and colleges across the UK involved in 5 – 18 years education. Others who support teachers directly, such as STEM education organisations, can sign up to the Royal Society Schools Network as associate contacts.

Those already in the network may also be interested in accessing our education resources and information about our education policy work.

Teachers and staff at a continuing professional development event in 2018

Sign up to the Royal Society Schools Network today

All those within the network will receive a regular email newsletter highlighting support, events and resources for those teaching science, mathematics and computing. The network is free to sign up to, and the form takes just a few minutes to complete. 

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We encourage all those who are part of the network to share their experience and good practice, and work with us in order to develop scientific expertise and promote excellence in science, computing and mathematics teaching. 

Teachers can benefit from early booking for selected events, additional financial support to attend our continuing professional development (CPD) events, the opportunity to be involved in policy consultations on STEM education. Teachers can raise their profile, and that of their institution, by sharing their experience and good practice in STEM education via the Royal Society Schools Network blog and helping to develop resources. 

Current opportunities

The following resources, events, support and opportunities are currently available for those who are part of the Royal Society Schools Network. Associate contacts can access all public events and resources, but will not be eligible to apply for opportunities or support specifically for teachers within the network. If you would like to get in touch about the Royal Society Schools Network or any of the opportunities listed below, please email the Schools Engagement team.

Royal Society Schools Network blog

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