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  • How are the sciences timetabled at KS4 in schools? (Draft)
    Take part in our online survey exploring models used for timetabling of the sciences at GCSE. The Royal Society of Chemistry is working with the Association for Science Education, Institute of Physics, Royal Society, Royal Society of Biology and Shift Learning to gather feedback from those who have a strong knowledge of how the sciences are ... more...
  • Are your students taking chemistry to the next level? (Draft)
    Do you teach chemistry to A Level, Higher or Leaving Certificate students in the UK or Ireland? If you do, we need your help with a short survey about your students' degere choices. We're seeing a downward trend in applications to study chemistry at university that isn't fully explained by any change in entries to pre-degree qualifications. We'd like ... more...
  • Why do we approve our own training courses? (Draft)
    As a professional body, we encourage all of our members to develop their technical and professional skills by undertaking continuing professional development (CPD). This can take many forms including formal, structured training courses. To help our members decide on valuable and appropriate training for their needs, we started a programme to ... more...

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Take part in our online survey exploring models used for timetabling of the sciences at GCSE.7c6fdd37dfa93c60636a59f176c36897-huge-su

The Royal Society of Chemistry is working with the Association for Science Education, Institute of Physics, Royal Society, Royal Society of Biology and Shift Learning to gather feedback from those who have a strong knowledge of how the sciences are timetabled at GCSE level schools in England. 

Your feedback will directly feed into our education policy work.

Take part in a ten minute online survey with a prize draw to win £250, to help us understand the variety of models used by schools in England to teach the sciences at GCSE.

We would appreciate it if you could take the time to complete the survey, or pass this on to an appropriate colleague, teacher or school contact.

Closing date: 5th November
Posted by Daniele Gibney on Oct 22, 2018 2:21 PM BST