SALTERS' CHEMISTRY CAMPS 2015
Application forms for the 2015 Salters’ Chemistry Camps can be downloaded online now! We recommend early application for the best chance to secure a place at the student’s choice of Camp.
9 Salters’ Chemistry Camps will be hosted at Universities across the UK. Students from Year 10 (or equivalent) are welcome to participate. State schools may nominate up to four students and independent schools may nominate up to two students.
Bursaries are available at each Camp. A successful applicant will pay a reduced amount of 50% of the Camp fee plus travel expenses. To be considered for a bursary, please complete the bursary section of the Camps application form.
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SALTERS' FESTIVALS OF CHEMISTRY 2015
Entries for the 2015 Salters’ Festivals of Chemistry can be made online now! We recommend early entry to ensure a place at the venue of your choice. The closing date for entries is 31 January 2015.
50 Salters’ Festivals of Chemistry are planned at Universities and Colleges throughout the UK and Ireland. One team of four students per school (from Years 7 and/or 8 or equivalent) is welcome to participate.
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INSTITUTE AWARDS CEREMONY 2014
This prestigious annual event celebrates high levels of excellence within the science education sector. This year the Ceremony took place at Fishmongers’ Hall on Thursday 20 November 2014. 200 guests attended the Prizegiving Ceremony and lunch reception.
We were very pleased to welcome Lord Sainsbury of Turville, who delivered a keynote address and presented the Awards at the Ceremony. During his address to the audience, Lord Sainsbury commended the Salters’ Institute saying it “was in the vanguard of support of Chemistry education, and laterally Biology and Physics” and talked about his work with the Gatsby Foundation which he said has “supported science and engineering which cover every aspect of life and hold the key to solving problems on the planet in the coming years such as feeding the population and renewable fuels” He also commented that “Science can provide a good career - by making a contribution to society by following exciting and rewarding careers to combat global challenges”.
Awards were presented for the Salters’ Graduate Prizes, SALTERS-CLEAPSS National Awards for Science Technicians, Salters-Nuffield Advanced Biology (SNAB) Prizes, Salters Advanced Chemistry (SAC) Prizes, Salters Horners Advanced Physics (SHAP) Prizes, Salters’ City and Guilds Prizes and Salters’ Prizes for Exceptional Achievement in Physical Sciences.