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LAST UPDATED: 24th July 2019 CfE Briefing 15: Sciences for all

Exploring the role sciences education has in equipping learners with the skills they need to succeed and flourish in this new world of scientific opportunity.

LAST UPDATED: 5th March 2018 Sciences 3-18 curriculum review (impact report)

​This report is the first updated version of the original (2012) 3-18 Sciences Impact report, which evaluated current practice in the sciences.

LAST UPDATED: 21st December 2017 What sort of girl wants to study physics after the age of 16 - Findings from a large-scale UK survey (2012)

​A research paper which explores the characteristics of 15 year-old girls who expressed their intention to study physics post-16.

LAST UPDATED: 28th February 2018 STEM Central

​This online resource supports learning and teaching relating to sciences, technologies, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

LAST UPDATED: 5th March 2018 Building the science curriculum in Millersneuk Primary

This video resource looks at the innovative approach taken to teaching and learning during a science project at Millersneuk Primary School in East Dunbartonshire.

LAST UPDATED: 19th March 2018 Food education - Food science videos

Browse six food science videos available on topics including emulsions, enzymic browning and the Maillard reaction.

LAST UPDATED: 5th March 2018 Gender Balance in STEM (2015)

This briefing summarises research on the gender differences in participation and attainment in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects.

LAST UPDATED: 20th April 2020 Experiments in Engagement: Research into Engagement Activities with Young People from Disadvantaged Backgrounds (2014)

​A report which highlights findings from research with disadvantaged young people that aimed to explore which science activities they participated in.

LAST UPDATED: 28th May 2020 RAiSE - Raising Aspirations in Science Education

Find out about the RAISE programme, Raising Aspirations in Science Education.

LAST UPDATED: 13th May 2020 Citizen Science and Curriculum for Excellence

Want to discover a new quasar in deep space, count elephants in the Serengeti National Park from the comfort of your classroom or monitor invasive species in your local park?