Register now to attend this unique and exciting event comprising interactive demonstrations.
Places may go fast so register now to avoid disappointment!
When is it?
Wednesday 24th April 2024
Where is it?
The event will take place at:
University of Westminster
115 New Cavendish Street
Unique opportunity to speak with science professionals and find out what they do.
The conference comprises: interactive demonstrations and displays, workshops, lectures and presentations.
Who can attend?
Students in school years 9 to 11.
These conferences are open to students of all abilities.
What is required?
Simply undertake a science project from which your students will present their findings at the conference. This can be a piece of work done as part of the curriculum rather than an additional undertaking!
How much is it?
The event is free of charge as long as you attend.
We would only charge charge if valuable places are requested and then wasted.
Contact the event organiser, Sharon gage, with the following information to register your interest in attending:
- School name
- School Address
- School postcode
- How many students will you bring along?
- Which school year will attend?
- How many teachers will be present?
For 1 or 2 contacts:
And please confirm that you understand and agree to the following terms and conditions
Science for Celebration Terms & Conditions
Evaluation forms for teachers and students
Evaluation forms must be completed and handed in at the event by all students and teachers
Students and teachers must bring a packed lunch to this event
A small bottle of water will be provided for students and coffee/tea will be available for teachers
Each school is required to undertake a project to be presented at the Conference
Please note that there will be opportunity to enter your project(s) for a CREST award
if you would like to follow guidelines: https://www.crestawards.org
Please note, if we receive a cancellation on or after 22nd March 2023, there will be a cancellation fee of £20 per head or £250 (whichever is the greater)