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THANK YOU FOR SUBMITTING AN ENTRY TO ATTEND A SALTERS' FESTIVAL OF CHEMISTRY!

Thank you to all those who submitted an entry, before the closing date of 31 January, to attend a Salters' Festival of Chemistry. You will be notified by email in due course whether your school has been allocated a place at one of your choices of Festival.

PLACES STILL AVAILABLE AT SALTERS' FESTIVALS OF CHEMISTRY 2016

Although the closing date has passed, places may still be available at the Festival of your choice! Enter now!

49 Salters’ Festivals of Chemistry are planned at Universities and Colleges throughout the UK and Ireland between March and June. A school may enter one team of four students from:

• Year 7 and/or 8 in England and Wales
• Year P7 and/or S1 in Scotland
• Year 8 and/or 9 in Northern Ireland
• Primary 6 and/or Secondary Year 1 in the Republic of Ireland

Students will experience…

• Exciting hands-on practical Chemistry challenges in University/College labs
• Carrying out investigations “like a real Chemist”
• Team working and independent problem solving 
• Amazing chemical demonstrations
• Prizegiving ceremony with prizes for winning schools
• Fun prizes and certificates for all participants

Calling all Chemistry Teachers…

• Hear what the Salters’ Institute is doing
• Come and meet your local RSC Education Co-ordinator
• A chance to network with like-minded colleagues
• Participate in CPD opportunities

Cost?

Only £25 (€30) per school (non-refundable) plus travel expenses.

Don't miss out on participating in one of these fantastic events!

Please click here to find out how to enter


FREE LECTURE BY SIR JOHN HOLMAN

Flagship Lecture Series: Ten unanswered questions in (science) education

Sir John Holman will be addressing ‘Ten unanswered questions in (science) education’ in a lecture at the University of Hertfordshire’s de Havilland campus on March 16.

The evening, the latest in a series of flagship lectures organised by the university’s School of Education, is being held in partnership with the STEM Learning Centre, Bayfordbury.

Event details

Date & time: 17:30-18:30 Wed 16 March (refreshments from 17.00)
Venue: Room N001, de Havilland Campus, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, Herts AL10 9EU
Admission and parking: Free! (Permits will be emailed to those registered closer to the event)

For further details or to book your place at the lecture, visit go.herts.ac.uk/johnholman or alternatively contact Sonia Meneses: s.meneses@herts.ac.uk