The Association for Science Education (ASE) invites applications for the Schools Exhibition on Friday 6th January 2023, during the Annual Conference between 09:00hrs and 12:00hrs.
The ASE Schools’ Exhibition has become one of the most popular elements of the ASE Annual Conference every January. Schools from all sectors of education are invited to present a science project happening in their classrooms or clubs. One teacher from each school is invited to provide a display, which can include artefacts and/or posters illustrating their school project, and is invited to talk about their project on Friday 6th January 2023 from 09.00-12.00 at Sheffield Hallam University with other teachers. Up to 2 pupils can accompany their teacher to help demonstrate their activities and talk about their school project. There is no charge for any school taking part in the Schools’ Exhibition and the teacher will receive one full, free day place on that Friday. There will be an opportunity for the teacher and students to visit the main conference Suppliers Exhibition and also to attend one of the Frontier Science Lectures on Friday afternoon if they wish to do so. Places are limited and will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Interested schools should complete this questionnaire in the first instance, indicating their phase of education and their topic. The closing date for applications is 9th October 2022.
Please note that all presenters at Annual Conference 2023 are entitled to only ONE free presenter day, so for anyone presenting at the Schools Exhibition and also on alternative days, the daily fee for attendance at additional days will need to be paid according to individual's ASE Membership status.
In the unfortunate event of a national lockdown forcing the 2023 programme to go online, the Schools Exhibition will unfortunately not go ahead.
Tickets will go on sale in early September 2022 with special entry instructions for successful Schools Exhibitors being circulated upon confirmation of places.
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