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Wednesday 5 July

Wednesday 5 July is Great British Science Club. There will be lots of events and activities happening nationwide on this day and in the week leading up to it.

You could host a science themed party, run a celebration themed science investigation or celebrate the achievements of your science club this year with an awards ceremony. Why not invite other students, family or community members to get involved too? See below for more ideas.

All schools in the UK are invited to take part. We are encouraging those in England and Wales to host an event on the 5 July. Schools in Scotland and Northern Ireland can also get involved by hosting events from 26 June. Join the party and tweet about your event using #CREST30.

Schools in Wales can apply for funding of £250 to run a CREST Discovery Day, thanks to funding from the Welsh Government. Simply complete the application form here.

Register your event for a FREE resource pack

The Great British Science Club is a nationwide event celebrating 30 years of CREST awards and the creative projects which happen in science clubs.

Use the form to the left to pledge to hold an event on the 5 July or in the week leading up to it and we will send you a FREE resource pack in the post including stickers, balloons and a booklet of activity ideas, while stocks last.

On the day, please tweet about your event using #CREST30

Ideas for your event…

Throw a party!

Celebrate your science club’s achievements. Complete the registration form above for your event and we will send you a resource pack to help get the party started. Packs will be sent out from the beginning of May.

 

Which crisps are the healthiest?

Go on a trip!

Organise a visit with a science theme. We will be celebrating Great British Science Club with lots of engaging science themed activities at Thorpe Park Resort. Join us by booking your visit here.

 

Discover new science!

Why not do an investigation on the day? Our CREST 30 booklet has lots of inspiring ideas. Students could try baking some cakes with missing ingredients or making their own fizzy drinks.

Investigate the froth on fizzy drinks

Join the Great Science Share

Invite friends and parents to your event to share some science with someone new and join the Great Science Share.

On Wednesday 5 July the Great Science Share will be involving young people to share science with new audiences across the UK. If you are sharing science as part of your Great British Science Club event, sign up to be part of the Great Science Share at www.greatscienceshare.org and tweet your involvement using #GSShare17.