These are the resources we produce and fund to help teachers.
A free, impartial educational resource that brings cutting-edge science into the classroom and beyond. It’s published twice a year.
Our initiative to get everyone talking about food, health and the planet.
The Crunch recently delivered free science resources kits to every school and further education college in the UK.
The centre offers continuing professional development for primary and secondary teachers and technicians across the UK. It's supported by Wellcome.
Bursaries are available through Project ENTHUSE. These can be used towards travel, staff cover and course fees for teachers and technicians.
We’ve worked closely with teachers to curate a selection of image galleries specially designed to support the secondary curriculum.
Young people's understanding of science is shaped by their experiences, both inside and outside of school.