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Teacher resources and opportunities

The Royal Society promotes excellence in the teaching of science, mathematics and computing while also encouraging and supporting investigative work in the classroom. On this page you will find details about the different schemes and opportunities you can get involved with and you can explore our free resources.

Great Science Share for Schools partners with the Royal Society

A partnership between the Great Science Share for Schools and the Royal Society aims to inspire more young people than ever before to ask and investigate the scientific questions that matter to them through a special event taking place on 15 June 2021.

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Primary Engineer partners with the Royal Society

In the lead up to UN climate summit COP26, the Royal Society is partnering with not-for-profit organisation Primary Engineer - and their new project STATWARS® - to help primary and secondary pupils across the UK develop their data skills and investigate climate change.

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Partnership Grants scheme

Schools can apply now to receive up to £3,000 to run an investigative STEM project in partnership with a STEM professional from academia or industry.

UK teachers newsletter

Sign up to the UK teachers newsletter to keep up to date with the latest education focused news, resources, events and other funding opportunities from the Royal Society.

Tomorrow's climate scientists

A new programme from 2020 which aims to give students not just a voice but an opportunity to take action themselves to address climate and biodiversity issues – to become the climate scientists of tomorrow.

For further information or if you have any specific questions, please contact the Schools Engagement team at education@royalsociety.org. To receive monthly updates about all our programmes, resources and funding opportunities, please sign up to our UK teachers newsletter.

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