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Upcoming Outreach Events


Photo from the Bristol Salters Camp 2007Please click on the links below to see details of all our upcoming events for schools and the community:

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Activities run by the Bristol ChemLabS Outreach team

Teachers are asked to check these pages regularly for details about events as they become available. Those members of CHeMneT– the School of Chemistry’s School network - will have details of events for secondary schools e-mailed to them as soon as they become available. Click here to read about Regular CHeMneT events. Teachers who are not yet on the CHeMneT database may be added to it simply by emailing chem-net@bristol.ac.uk. To be kept up to date about primary schools events please contact chem-net@bris.ac.uk If you are interested in Chem@rt please contact chemart-quiz@bris.ac.uk

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Projects being developed for outreach work

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Projects being developed for outreach work include:

Practical Chemistry Opportunities for KS4 and Post 16 Students

A portfolio of work for practical-based day workshops has been developed that will allow GCSE and A/AS-level students to come to the undergraduate teaching laboratories to spend a day, a morning or an afternoon carrying out practical work (synthesis, extraction, analysis). These are available as the Bristol ChemLabS Schools' Laboratory Programme.

This programme is being further developped. If you are a chemistry teacher and would like to discuss the elaboration of a bespoke chemistry day, perhaps as part of a Royal Society Partnership Grant, please contact Tim Harrison (t.g.harrison@bristol.ac.uk).

STEM Ambassadors Training

Postgraduates at the School of Chemistry are undertaking Ambassador training to equip them with the information and skills required to go into schools to talk to students. It is proposed that such postgraduates may be used to assist in the delivery of elements of AS/A-Level General Studies 'science' modules.

Gifted and Talented Chemistry Days and Summer Schools for YG&T

We are developing a number of Gifted & Talented (G&T) days for KS3-5. Teachers who wish to discuss the creation of any specific chemistry-based G&T day should contact the School Teacher Fellow t.g.harrison@bristol.ac.uk.

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