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The Great Science Share for Schools: 2019 Registration

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The Great Science Share for Schools is an annual campaign to inspire young people to share their scientific questions with new audiences.

The Great Science Share for Schools is about children communicating a scientific investigation based on a question they are interested in. In the past these have included:

  1. 'Which mixture makes bubbles last longest?'

  2. 'How does the size of the balloon rocket affect the time it takes to travel along the string?'

  3. 'What is poo?'

If you’re a teacher, school, parent or STEM educator or business looking to enhance young people’s experience of science and their Science Capital, you can get involved in this years campaign.

The Great Science Share for Schools was founded on the ethos of supporting:

  • Child-led communication to new audiences

  • Inclusive and non-competitive

  • Promoting collaboration



Want to take part in the Great Science Share for Schools 2019?

Step 1: Register on this Eventbrite

Step 2: Download campaign resources for 2019

Step 3: Save the date so you can be part of the campaign day of 18th June 2019

Step 4: Talk to your pupils about the questions that interest them to investigate and share this with us (we are always on hand to provide advice or support)

Step 5: Invite someone else to join you in your planning - GSSfS is a collaborative campaign and works best when you share the experience with others.

Reaching over 40,000 young people in 2018, we are excited to launch this years campaign and see you take part in this collaboration.



For any further information, queries or advice please contact the Great Science Share for Schools campaign team at greatscishare@manchester.ac.uk or 0161 306 3991

NB: If you are attending a local event in your region, you must register directly with the event organiser. This form is for the GSSfS campaign team to monitor national uptake.

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