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BRITISH SCIENCE WEEK

British Science Week is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths. Celebrate the week with STEM Ambassadors in Scotland. 

11 - 20 MARCH 2022

EVENTS

15 Mar, 09.15 - 10.00

The3Engineers Book Reading and Q&A

For this year's British Science Week, join The3Engineers team to hear about their character Scout in their series of engaging books raising awareness of environmental issues.

15 Mar, 16.00 - 17.00

Our Growing Brain

Teacher professional learning event.
Learn about mental health, the diseases that affect the brain and techniques for studying the brain. Participants will also receive a curriculum-linked resources pack.

17 Mar, All day

Global Science Show

Follow along on the Global Science Show Twitter account for a day of STEM Ambassadors in Scotland content. Including videos, activities, Q&As and photos. 

HOW TO

RESOURCES

BSW Activity Packs

Download the British Science Week activity packs for ideas on what to do for the week as well as information on this year's theme. Available for early years, primary and secondary.

Spotlight Profiles

We will be adding new profiles to our Spotlight resource during the week. Have a browse of our current Spotlights.

STEM Ambassador Passport

To make it even more fun and rewarding to engage with our STEM Ambassadors, we've created a new STEM Ambassador Passport. The passport has a grid of different objectives for pupils to achieve. Once they've completed them all, email us at stemambassadors@sserc.scot and we'll send you certificates for your pupils and give your school a special shout out on social media. 

COMPETITIONS
AND CHALLENGES

Forestry and Aquaculture Competitions in partnership with Lantra Scotland

  • A forestry themed competition to design your own treehouse - the treehouse needs to be made of timber, and you will need to think about where the treehouse could be built/placed.
     

  • A project-based competition for secondary school pupils to answer the question: What does aquaculture mean to Scotland?