Getting involved in British Science Week is really easy to do and you can take part in loads of different ways.
Find out about our current supporters and how you can get involved.
Our 2017 activity packs are themed around change and are available to download now.
There are grant schemes for schools, community groups and BSA branches to run events in British Science Week.
Penguin-related citizen science projects for BSW 2017
An annual campaign to encourage hands-on science demos in schools.
Create a poster and enter our competition. The theme for 2017 is "Change".
An easy and popular way to take part in the celebrations
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Cancer changes everything A public event informing the school and local community of the science surrounding cancer, its prevention, treatment and wider effects.
How do we know how hot the Great Fire of London was? Why did it spread so quickly? Investigate the Great Fire of London like…
Henry Whipple is excited to be launching our own Curiosity Lab as part of our whole-school approach to tapping into our children's natural curiosity, awe…
The school will work for two weeks to inspire the children in a common theme culminating in a grand exhibition open to the community. Parents,…
The English Regional Brain Bee is a neuroscience competition for young students in grades 9-13 organized by the University College London (UCL) that aims to…