Being educated in science and mathematics enables people to make informed choices about their life and work, empowers them to shape scientific and technological developments, and equips them to prosper in today’s rapidly-changing, knowledge-focused economies.
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Access resources, activities and videos to support young people to explore science while at home
The Royal Society promotes excellence in the teaching of the sciences, mathematics and computing and supports teachers to be part of the scientific community. Find resources and opportunities to support your teaching practice.
Providing independent and authoritative evidence and insights to decision-makers. Find out about the Royal Society’s research and policy projects, governed by the Education Committee and the Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education.
The Google and Microsoft funded Royal Society Computing Education Project aims to support schools teaching the new computing curriculum.
Funding for schools of up to £3,000 to run an investigative STEM project in their classrooms in partnership with a STEM professional.
This programme, developed in partnership with the British Academy, seeks to grow and harness the transformative power of educational research.
This project seeks to achieve long term reform of post-16 education, moving towards a broader and more coherent curriculum.
This network comprises enthusiastic teachers and staff from schools and colleges across the UK involved in 5 – 18 years education.
The Royal Society’s Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME) advises the Society on mathematics education policy.
Free teacher resources for all key stages, including our Brian Cox School Experiments series.
Our education resources span all sciences and key stages.
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The Royal Society hosts and supports the Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME), which is the leading advisory body on 5-19 mathematics education in England.
Visit our ACME page