Our report looks at what motivates youth workers, what their priorities are, and some of the challenges they face.
Part of our Science Education Tracker, this report explores awareness of, and attitudes towards, machine learning among young people aged 14-19.
Part of our Science Education Tracker, this report explores young people’s attitudes towards biomedical research.
Our Science Education Tracker is a survey of young people’s attitudes towards and experiences of science education and careers.
We review how Ofsted school inspections comment on science.
The key findings from seven questions commissioned by Wellcome as part of the Teacher Voice Omnibus survey, carried out by the NFER.
This report includes a literature review, interviews with key informants and five international case studies.
We highlight the key findings of our review of practical independent research projects in science, and suggest possible next steps.
An overview of our training scheme for youth workers from the Prince’s Trust Fairbridge programme.
Details of the activities run by the Prince’s Trust Fairbridge staff after training from experts in informal science learning.
We commissioned focus groups to explore young people’s attitudes towards science.
A preliminary review of Ofsted’s full school inspection reports of primary and secondary schools to see how many mention science.
These reports explore the quantifiable impacts and factors in schools that can influence the success of continuing professional development.
Our framework is designed to help governors take a strategic view of what matters in their school.
This guide helps students to think about how research ethics applies to their own independent research projects.
Our recommendations for transforming primary science.
A framework to help school leaders and governors discuss ways to improve science and maths education.
A study exploring the features of successful science education interventions.
Our study identifies ten steps to maximise the success of engaging young people from disadvantaged backgrounds with informal science activities.
This report presents data from a series of surveys that explored how neuroscience is affecting education and learning.