This year, we are delighted to be able to bring an online version of the Festival to Midlothian's classrooms. Download your programme and book now!
If you want your primary school to partner with us to celebrate COP26 with a climate change-themed science investigation you can apply now! Applications open until 24 September 2021.
We know that many of you are keen to find out what the coming year of EBSOC Learning Programmes will look like. While a number of things remain unknown, we have put together an exciting range of in-person and online opportunities for Primary, Secondary and College learners for the 2021/22 academic year.
Updated August 2021
We have an exciting programme of hands-on science workshops for local, national and international primary and secondary schools.
We have a programme of molecular biology and genetic focused workshops for further education college students of all levels.
Online educational resources, for P6 to S6 pupils, to support learning in the classroom and information about our teacher professional development courses.
To help you plan your visit, to find out how to make a booking, for directions and to download other important visitor information.
Project Science is series of simple hands-on activities that aim to support primary school classroom practitioners to use the scientific method and explore real-life research with their learners.
In this microbiology toolkit, for teachers working with pupils aged 8 - 14 years old, we provide free downloadable classroom resources to support your learners to use the scientific method to investigate pond water microorganisms.
These step-by-step, fun, curriculum-linked investigations develop your young explorer's understanding of how science works and prepares them to create their own investigations.
We aim to inspire the next generation of scientists and science communicators by offering opportunities for young people; including school pupils, undergraduates and PhD students.
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