Glasgow Science Centre is proud to work with a number of educational partners to deliver our extensive program of structured learning experiences, carefully aligned with the Curriculum for Excellence and National Qualification Stages.
Amongst our educational partners are:
The Open Air Laboratories (OPAL) is an environmental project which aims to connect children and adults with the natural envirnoment. We give everybody the chance to explore nature through our six surveys, which investigate the health of the UK envirnoment.
Our surveys have been designed by scientists, to be carried out by you and your class. Our team of Community Scientists can tailor activities to fit around the Curriculum for Excellence, to help you meet your outdoor education targets.
From bug hunts to pond dipping, pupils will learn basic survey techiques and have the chance to contribute real scientific data to a UK wide environment report. Read more about outdoor learning activities at Glasgow Science Centre.
Contact our OPAL Community Scientist, based at Glasgow Science Centre: firstname.lastname@example.org
CoderDojo Scotland is a coding club where young people learn how to build their own apps, games, websites and more. It makes learning to code a fun and social experience.
To learn more about CoderDojo, please visit the CoderDojo Scotland website.
Royal Society of Chemistry
The Royal Society of Chemistry is the UK and Ireland's professional body for the chemical sciences community and the largest non-governmental supporter of chemistry education. Our nationwide team of Education Coordinators can recommend our best resources and services available for supporting teaching of the Scottish chemistry curriculum either through our tailored LearnChemistry Scotland newsletter or by visiting your school or cluster meetings.
Be the first to hear about the latest resources and events supporting chemistry teaching in Scotland! It's free to join the LearnChemistry Partnership - the growing network of Scottish schools currently engaging with the Royal Society of Chemistry. Visit www.rsc.li/lcp or contact our Royal Society of Chemistry Education Coordinator based at Glasgow Science Centre: email@example.com