National Science and Engineering Week 9–18 March 2012

So, your class are all fired-up having started to practise for World Science Day. How do you keep that enthusiasm up? Start finding out about National Science & Engineering Week. There are events and activities for everyone.

The following information and links are extracted from the British Science Associations website. Go and take a look, there really are so many events and activities!

In 2012, National Science & Engineering Week explores “our world in motion.”

National Science & Engineering Week shines the spotlight each March on how science, technology, engineering and maths relate to our everyday lives and helps to inspire the next generation of scientists with fun and participative activities.

With over 4,500 events and activities attended by 1.7 million people in 2011 and generating over £1m in press coverage, this is the UK’s widest grassroots celebration of all things science and engineering.  You can join the celebration by attending an event or taking part in our national activities.

We have tried to attach sample pages to all of our books on our website. Take a look at our science resources and see if there are any activities you can use.

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