We'll be live streaming the flagship event on 19th June 2018, 12.30-3pm. Please join us to be part of the largest primary science event of its kind!

Opening addresses with Dame Prof Nancy Rothwell: 12.30-12.45   

Closing ceremony with BBC science presenters Maggie Alderin-Pocock and Prof Danielle George: 2.30-3pm, featuring the Great Science Groove at 2.50pm

GREAT SCIENCE SHARE INFORMATION BUNDLE

The Great Science Share for Schools Bundle provides teachers with essential information to prepare for and be part of the campaign. It has been designed to offer guidance about what makes a science share great and what science is involved. A Frequently Asked Questions page offers a useful checklist to support you.


GREAT SCIENCE SHARE INSPIRATION WALL

This campaign benefits from support from a wide number of STEM education organisations across the UK. In this GSS Inspiration Wall you will find links to a host of useful ideas and free resources to inspire you and the young people you work with.

Explorify's HOW TO THINK SCIENTIFICALLY POSTER

In this Great Science Questions guide you will find out more about how to support young people to develop 'great' science questions. What does that mean? What is a good science question for a primary aged pupil? How can you encourage child-led investigations that are novel and of interest to your pupils?

Use the Explorify resource to promote how to think scientifically!


PRIMARY SCIENCE QUALITY MARK

If your schools is currently involved in PSQM, this guide offers you clear links to the criteria that you can record impact if you host or attend a Great Science Share for Schools.

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POSTER, Certificate AND TABLE TOP QUESTION BOARD to use at your Great Science Share for Schools event

We hope these resources help make your event stand out from the crowd!

Print posters & Question boards to use on or before the day!

Children and school certificates for you to use!

1-2-3 CALENDAR FOR YOUR GSS

In this guidance document you find a step by step calendar guide for science leaders, teachers, teaching assistants and pupils, in preparation for your Great Science Share.


MAKING GREAT SCIENCE QUESTIONS

A SEERIH Teacher Champion offers her tips on asking good scientific questions.


ENCOURAGING WONDER IN YOUR CLASSROOM

Encouraging the children to wonder is the first step to great scientific questions, but how do we do it? This article provides information from teachers in Sheffield who explored how you can support young people to share their wonderings in your classroom!

Why do  calculators calculate so amazingly fast and always get the right answer?


SCIENCE FOR FAMILIES

Are you a parent or carer, enjoy doing science with your children and grandchildren? Are you a member of an active Parent, Teacher and Family Association? This new website can offer you ideas for the Great Science Share for Schools! Learn how parents and teachers have encouraged children to share their science learning with new audiences. Will you take up the challenge and be part of GSS 2018?


If you have any queries please contact us at greatscishare@manchester.ac.uk