In a world increasingly shaped by science and technology, a vibrant STEM education from primary level upwards will serve the wider population, regardless of their chosen careers. There is also a real economic need for more scientists and engineers in the UK. We campaign for the highest quality and most effective teaching and learning structures, and provision of outstanding careers advice. As a policy area with increasing divergence across the four nations of the UK we aim to work in partnership with experts across the UK.
22 November 2017
CaSE has today responded to the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget, including a full summary of how science and engineering fared.
25 October 2017
Lily Ickowitz-Seidler, Primary Science Project Manager at the Wellcome Trust, introduces recently published research exploring science education in primary schools across the UK.
13 October 2017
Louise Archer, director of the ‘Enterprising Science’ education project on the advantages of a science capital teaching approach.
05 October 2017
Sir John Holman, senior education advisor to the Gatsby Foundation, outlines how ten key benchmarks can help schools achieve a higher standard of science education.