For the attention of schools in Greater Manchester
The Great Science Share for Schools Flagship Event will take place at the Whitworth Hall, The University of Manchester. Booking is now closed. This is a ticket-only event.
The central event will take place between 12.30 and 15.00 on Tuesday 19th June, only ticketed individuals and schools will be allowed entry. The event is free, and primary schools are eligible to send one group of 8 junior-aged children and 2 teachers (or one teacher and one teaching assistant).
It involve each school preparing:
- children bringing a table-top science investigation that they share with others
- the investigation should be replicable in a short space of time to a range of people coming to your table
We expect to be joined by over 30 primary schools from across Greater Manchester. We are delighted that Manchester Museum are also supporting this event, and encourage you to spend the morning at the museum before joining us after lunch.
If you did register for a place at the flagship event, please be aware of the timeline
24th APRIL: Live Sign up deadline - NOW CLOSED
8th MAY: Live Sign up deadline - NOW CLOSED
12th MAY: Confirmation of your requested place - NOW CLOSED
25th MAY: Deadline for your Investigation Question and Risk Assessment
8th JUNE: Deadline for all attendance details
Essential information for all those attending. Please download and read.
Please note that where deadlines aren't met, there is possibility that the allocated place will be withdrawn. It is important that you keep good communication with the Great Science Share for Schools team if you have problems meeting the outlined dates. We reserve the right to change plans to a limited extend and will endeavour to ensure that we communicate these to you where necessary. It is often inevitable that last minute changes may be required, but these will be kept to a minimum.
If you missed registration - don't worry - you can still be involved!
Register in the 'Get Involved' page to download free information and resources on how to develop your investigation. You can host a Great Science Share for Schools in your school or classroom.
You can see a video from last year’s event here: “Great Science Share 2017”