Welcome teachers and educators! Please find below our current online resources offer for Further Education (FE – colleges, 6th forms, post-16 education), including lesson plans, project templates, videos, podcasts, forums, CPD and more! This is the current offer from the UoS and our partners – more educational resources are listed on the A-Level Students page, and we are curating our favourite engagement resources here.
All our resources for teachers have been created with partner teachers from local schools and colleges – if you’d like to share your knowledge and expertise and work with us on creating future resources, or there’s a particular area of the curriculum and beyond that you’d like us to create resources for, we’d love to hear from you! Email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 023 8059 7521, or complete this simple form.
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Featured: Teachers’ Conferences
9 -12 May 2023
Explore the latest world-leading research in your field. Debate the latest trends.
Get hands-on experience in state-of-the-art facilities. And fine tune your skills
to support your students as they navigate the transition into Higher Education.
Tuesday 9 May – Humanities: text and context
Discover the latest research across English, film, history, language and linguistics. Explore the growing interdisciplinary field of digital humanities, learn about our curriculum development and how we’re supporting our students to stand out in the ever-changing global jobs market.
Wednesday 10 May – Alternatives to medicine: other routes into healthcare
Explore a wide range of routes into healthcare, from audiology, cardiac physiology and podiatry to biomedical science and neuroscience. You’ll get hands-on experience in interactive demos, tour labs and learn about the latest research from both clinical practitioners and academic experts.
Thursday 11 May – STEM: discover what the future might hold
Learn about the latest developments in research and teaching in your field from world-leading experts. Explore our research facilities, where you’ll experience the reflection of sound in a reverberation chamber and the absence of echoes in our fascinating anechoic chamber. You can mix and match your sessions to tailor the day to suit your areas of interest.
Friday 12 May – Art, design and fashion: inspire and nurture creative ambition
Take part in practical sessions to refine your own specialist techniques and understand how to support your students with different approaches to developing portfolios. Explore our latest research and its impact on the big issues of today, all led by expert practitioners and academics.
We’re delighted to be able to offer complimentary overnight accommodation and an evening meal, to help you if you’re travelling from
You’re welcome to join us for as many events as you can or to extend this invitation
to your colleagues in these specialist fields.
*Limited spaces available, book early to avoid disappointment.9986_2-final-teachers-conference-golden-ticket-digital
Featured: School of Biological Sciences Outreach Festival 2023
We are inviting local school pupils, teachers and community groups to visit us on campus to meet scientists in person, and become part of our world leading research!
23rd and 24th March 13:00-17:00
Contact C.E.Clarkin@soton.ac.uk to find out more information.
Snakes, ladders and dementia
Oysters the sea and microplastics
Microorganisms and soil
Fruit crops and DNA
Featured: Southampton Philosophy Online Sixth Form Conference: Non-Western Philosophers and Philosophies
We are pleased to offer a free online conference from Monday 22nd May to Friday 26th May. The event will involve:
- A series of short, engaging, and accessible pre-recorded talks hosted on a dedicated, password-protected website.
- Students and tutors at participating schools and colleges will be able to access the site without having to sign up for an account and watch the videos at a time that suits their schedules.
- They will then have the chance to view the videos and post comments and questions relating to each talk at any point during the week.
- Our lecturers will post their own comments in response to yours throughout the week.
- Philosophy of Mind: The Dualism of Anton Wilhelm Amo, by Prof Daniel Whiting.
- Epistemology in Classical Indian Philosophy, by Dr Kurt Sylvan.
- Philosophy of Religion: Al-Kindi on Infinity and God, by Dr Andrew Stephenson
- The conference is free to participate in but spaces are limited.
- Registration closes on Monday 8th May.
- Tutors can register their class by emailing: email@example.com
- Please include your name, your school, and the class size.
- It would help to write “REGISTRATION” in the subject heading.
Featured: LifeLab Dates for your diary
Featured: Podiatric Masterclass: The best healthcare profession you’ve never heard of!
Feet – we all have them! But how much does the lower limb matter to health? The ability to be mobile has major implications to independence and quality of life. Approximately 220 conditions affect the feet, ankles, and lower limb, including sports injuries, neurological and long-term conditions like osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis, which are also diagnosed and treated by podiatrists. In this master class we will explore clinical assessments and how we use them to assess and diagnose health conditions that affect the lower limb. This will be a hands-on session with lots of interactivity.
Join us on Highfield Campus on 29th March to find out more.
Featured: Experience University of Southampton Residential
Our 2023 residential is now open for applications. This year you can join us on campus for a 4-day, 3-night programme. Giving you the opportunity to experience the academic and social side of university life. You’ll learn in an academic environment and work with students from other schools and colleges through a timetable of lectures, practical activities and a variety of fun evening social activities.
Degree programmes/ Subject areas on offer for 2023: Chemistry, Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Geography, Marine Biology, Oceanography, Biological Sciences, History, English, Modern Languages, Music, Business and Politics and International Relations.
This residential is free and open to Year 12 or Level 3 (Year 1) students who meet our academic and Widening Participation eligibility criteria. For more information, eligibility criteria and to apply, click here.
Featured: Allied Health Professions CPD for Teachers/Careers Advisers – on campus!
The Allied Health Professions (AHPs) are the third largest workforce in the NHS. In the main, they are degree level professions, and are professionally autonomous practitioners. This in person event, held at our Highfield Campus, will provide information, advice and guidance for Teachers and Careers Advisors’ to showcase the variety of Allied Health Professions (AHPs) we have to offer. The event will run on Wednesday 7 December, from 5pm – 9pm.
We would like to showcase areas in health science, in particular the clinical areas, whilst you have the opportunity to meet the academic teams and gain their insight into career opportunities and how your students can become successful future healthcare professionals. We hope that after the event, you feel more informed about the range of choice, impact and opportunities available for students. Our event will consist of some demo teaching, exploration of blackboard, and student ambassadors to answer questions about their experiences and journeys, which you may wish to relay to your students.
Please register for this free event here.
Featured: Qualitative Research Study for Secondary Teachers
- be a teacher at Secondary School level as a minimum
- be either experienced, accredited or currently obtaining credentials as a teacher and
- have Mathematics (ideally) or a Mathematics-related subject (namely any Science or Technology subject) as one of your main areas.
Welcome to the autism transitions project. This project is a collaboration between The University of Southampton and Aviary Nursery, Eastleigh.
Together, we are finding out more about the experiences of transition of autistic children from preschool to primary school.
Young autistic children are amongst the most scrutinised and assessed in their everyday lives, often leading to characterisations and descriptions that focus on their difficulties (commonly termed ‘deficits’) and challenges rather than on their abilities, strengths and positive experiences.
This project is about changing the way we think and talk about autistic children in order to develop a more holistic understanding of who they are as a person. We do this through the creation of Digital Stories with children, families and staff members.
Digital Stories are short videos that focus on the child’s perspective. The stories show the child doing the things they like doing, and how they interact and communicate with others. Children’s voices and views are, therefore, at the centre of the research.
The idea for the Stories came about because we wanted to find a way for all children to contribute their views, experiences and perspectives to educational decision-making. We drew upon previous work funded by the ESRC that provided insights into the experiences, contexts, and culture of learning experiences for children with autism.
This project is from the ACoRNS group.
We’re constantly increasing the number of ways in which you and your pupils can engage directly with our researchers and subject experts in the community – the latest are below!
For Our Future – A guide to volunteering and work experience
After signing off from school or college for the summer holidays, the weeks ahead could be the perfect time to get a taste of work experience or volunteering.
We know how hard it can be to find opportunities for young people to get access to volunteering and work experience, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, and so we have created this booklet to help get you started with some ideas and inspiration around how you can make those opportunities happen.
Along with practical tips and suggestions, the booklet looks at how to manage work experience safely as we ease our way out of lockdown and how you can make the most of your experiences when applying for a job or further education opportunity.
Acoustical Engineering: Ever wondered how dolphins communicate underwater? Why some cars are louder than others? What’s making all that noise when you boil water in a kettle and why it changes?
Now’s your time to ask our researchers from the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR) and find out! Ask questions via twitter to @ISVRSouthampton – and check out their YouTube channel for video responses plus virtual tours of their spooky Anechoic and Reverberation Chambers, demos and more!
- ‘The ISVR Shed’ – YouTube playlist containing videos of fun experiments and activities for you to try at home while learning about the science of sound at the same time!
What was the East India Company? What role did it play in creating the British Empire in India? How did a small Elizabethan trading venture rise to become a global empire, which controlled Britain’s trade with Asia for nearly 250 years? This resource includes an overview lecture, supplementary primary sources with notes, and some suggestions for further reading. Taken together, they will give you an insight into this early example of globalisation in action.
Ecology, Nature & Biodiversity: The Dinosaur on Your Window Sill
- Talk directly to our researchers, students and a diverse community of ecology enthusiasts!
- Share photos, videos and questions plus daily challenges!
- Stay engaged with nature from your home.
English: Peripeteia Forum
- Discuss all things English with our researchers and students.
- Encourage your students to build their confidence, creativity and analytical skills through discussion and online seminars.
- Specifically for A-Level and Undergraduate English students.
5 in 5 videos – Tips for Schools and Colleges
Members of University of Southampton’s School Liaison team will guide you through 5 key considerations in 5 minutes on different topics relating to University.
UCAS Applications and Personal Statements
How do you write a personal statement? In this video, Chloe and Luke, studying Neuroscience and Marine Biology respectively, discuss UCAS applications and personal statements.
Alongside the current nationwide project, Ancient Mariner Big Read, the English Department at University of Southampton have assembled four incredible podcasts, inspired by Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.
(Virtual) Arcade by WSA #WSAgames
- Support our Games Design students at Winchester School of Art – and see where art and computing can take you!
- You have the very first opportunity to play games from the next generation of creative game makers!
The games will be updated regularly on the virtual Arcade until mid June (when we have a special live stream showcase).
Your feedback on the projects will enhance each project.
- Help our scientists analyse images and short video clips of the Aurora!
- Support real, current research into this mysterious phenomenon which effects our weather, satellites and more.
- Learn about the science behind the Northern Lights.
Avian is a cooperative multiplayer game with conservation, collaboration, and altruism at its core. Engage in multiple modes of play such as a negotiation puzzler and a fast-paced race as you help your community thrive.
At the University of Southampton, we’re very lucky to have some truly inspirational speakers visit us! During the lockdown response to the covid-19 pandemic in 2020, many of these lectures were edited into bite-sized videos for you to watch from home!
You can also explore our archive of full-length public lectures, on a range of topics and with a diverse cast of distinguished speakers, here.
CAVATINA: FREE tickets for 8 – 25 year olds!
FREE TICKETS FOR 8-25 YEAR OLDS TO SELECTED CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERTS
Through the generous support of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust we are able to offer young people aged 8-25 the fantastic opportunity to experience selected concerts absolutely free.
CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust was formed in 1998 to develop young audiences for chamber music. Through their generous support we are able to offer young people aged 8 – 25 the fantastic opportunity to experience selected concerts absolutely free.
If you are aged 15-25 you can register on the CAVATINA membership scheme by emailing a copy of your ID, verifying your date of birth to: firstname.lastname@example.org using CAVATINA as the email title. We will email you to confirm when your membership has been set up and you will then be able to book your free CAVATINA tickets.
Parents/ Guardians and Carers can register their 8-14 year-olds on the CAVATINA membership scheme by sending your child’s name and date of birth to: email@example.com using CAVATINA as the email title. We will email you to confirm when your child’s membership has been set up and you will be able to book their free CAVATINA tickets.
To book your free ticket, log into your Turner Sims account, select a Standard Ticket and your discount will automatically be applied at the checkout.
One ticket per CAVATINA member per concert. CAVATINA membership will expire on your 26th birthday. Terms and conditions apply.
Centre for International Film Research – Blogs and Podcasts
- Discover electrochemistry educational resources about electrochemistry to show how electrochemistry has shaped our world.
Discover Maritime History – Teacher Resources Uploaded!
- A series of lessons based on this interactive database of Medieval and Tudor Ships and their journeys including detailed lesson plans and powerpoint files.
- More resources coming soon, including interactive activities for students, Ask the Expert Q&A forum, and EPQ support!
- A page covering neuroscience projects, EPQ advice, lessons, and more.
- Teachers can find lesson resources, worksheets, where to source specimens, and SO much more.
- Students can access a comprehensive EPQ guide, project ideas, and information about UoS.
- Features UoS & Peter Symonds College’s own Changing Minds project merging neuroscience and fashion!
#DoesYouGood – Stay well from your own home with free courses led by our Sports and Wellbeing instructors!
Southampton’s newest arts and heritage venue, God’s House Tower, has an exciting exhibition schedule which you can view here.
There is something for everyone to enjoy – with many events free of charge.
A comprehensive toolkit for supporting young people during lockdown including educational, cultural and wellbeing activities, information, advice and guidance.
How to get to 100 and enjoy it!
What are your chances of living to 100? How do your early years, your family life, where you live, your lifestyle and your work affect these chances? With one in three children born today expected to live to 100, these questions have never been more relevant.
Find out more about how our population is changing through a number of interactive activities from the world-leading Centre for Population Change! Download the ‘Our Life Journey’ app to learn about demographic change in Europe and the field of Population Studies. Explore a series of interactive maps and infographics to explore how Life Expectancy, Education & Employment, Migration, Population Structure, and Ageing change with location and impact our life journey.
Each area of discovery includes questions to get students thinking and suggested classroom activities. There is also a downloadable workbook that can be worked through individually or as a class. And look out for the exhibition as it tours the country – or enjoy it from home via the gallery!
Introduction to Modern Russian History
Dr. George Gilbert has re-created his popular talk for A-Level students as five 10-15 minute podcast episodes, taking you from Russia in the late 19th Century up to 1917.
George says, “The Russian Revolution is quite arguably the seminal revolutionary event of the entire twentieth century. This short talk will explore the long and short term causes surrounding the revolution, its placement in early twentieth century Russia’s longer-term epoch of conflict and violence, and briefly touch on some of its outcomes.”
Intro to Podiatry Resources
TEDxSouthampton University Talk: Baring the soul of the foot – Emma Cowley
The amazing human foot. This talk gives a brief overview of the practical, the anatomical and the cultural wonders of this often under-appreciated part of us. Reverence or revulsion, no-one can deny the enduring critical role our feet play in the story and the journey of humanity. Dr Emma Cowley is a podiatrist who has worked clinically with people and their foot health conditions for over 25 years. Emma is currently conducting research with citizen scientists on the public perceptions of feet to unveil the hidden narratives of the foot and inform education, policy and healthcare practices. Emma is a Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Southampton, current Dean and fellow of the Faculty of Podiatric Medicine, Royal College of Podiatry, fellow of the Faculty of Podiatric Medicine, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Chartered Scientist and Fellow of Advance HE. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Psychologist Kimberley Wilson and Dr Xand van Tulleken continue their journey around the human body, asking what our insides can reveal about our lives and the world around us.
Learn more about the amazing opportunities a career in podiatry can offer. Find out more about podiatry careers at the Royal College of Podiatry website rcpod.org.uk
John Hansard Gallery upcoming events
Easter Holiday Animation Workshopjhg-easter-holiday-workshop
On the 13th & 14th April between 10am – 4:30pm, work alongside model maker, set designer and animator Nathan Ward to create characters using cardboard construction. With the help of City Eye film production, turn your creations into life by filming a day in the life of your character! Based on the David Blandy exhibition Atomic Light, on show between the 11th February and 6th May, this workshop will link to the themes of how our future is in our hands, and what this future may look like if we don’t act now!
JHG Collective is a youth programme open to anyone aged 14-19. We are looking for enthusiastic young people who are willing to work as part of a team. To explore, participate in and deliver responses to our current exhibitions through conversation, making and questioning. Don’t worry, you don’t have to be good at art to join! As long as you are eager to share your ideas, learn and create we would love to hear from you. Every other Saturday 2:30-4:30pm. Next session 11th February.jhg-collective-participant-call-out
Space to Create!stc-flyer
Our weekly family friendly sessions encourage creativity within the gallery! Come along on a Saturday between 11am-1pm for these free, drop-in family workshops!
Upcoming exhibition programme – this document has our upcoming exhibitions with how each show could link to the curricular.upcoming-programme-2022-23-24
The Journey to the Beginnings educational adventure puzzle game allows players to discover everyday life of four prehistoric cultures along the Danube river.
Although the story is fictional, the artistic interpretation of everyday life is based on real archeological research done on four prehistoric sites: Százhalombatta in Hungary, Vučedol in Croatia, Lepenski Vir in Serbia, and Gârla Mare in Romania. From these sites, many real heritage objects today kept in museums were introduced in the game. Established scientific knowledge about society, everyday life, technology, language, and culture has been introduced into the game allowing players to seamlessly learn about our ancestors in a fun and interactive way.
We have become increasingly concerned about the level of trepidation that year 13 students must be feeling about entering university without having had the opportunity to formally complete their sixth form education by finishing their qualifications in the usual way. We know that students find the transition to university hard at the best of times, least of all when they may be lacking confidence, something which we recognise is a likely problem especially for WP students.
To that end we have put together a package of resources for those students in years 12 and 13 who wish to familiarise themselves with styles of Higher Education teaching and learning. There is a welcome video that explains the premise of the programme, followed by a presentation from myself about what to expect at university and some essential academic research skills. This is complemented by two taster lectures from Becki and Rich. The talks cover pertinent topics – the prospect of Universal Basic Income (UBI) and the use of the Web in health information-seeking, both of which have come under close scrutiny due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. In addition, each talk is accompanied by further reading lists, exemplar lecture notes and a range of seminar-style questions for students to address. The aim of the package is to give an impression of what teaching and learning in a university setting is like, providing a foundation for students to build on in their respective future fields of study.
Lifelong Learning Podcast Library
Our Lifelong Learnging team curate a diverse series of courses through which anyone can learn directly from our experts in a range of areas. Many of the talks have been recorded as podcasts which can be enjoyed for free via the link above!
Maths & Physics videos with UoS Graduate Dr. Emma Osbourne
National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE) Courses
Many of the NCCE CPD sessions for teachers are already available online, and more are being added regularly.
National Cipher Challenge – New Weekly Challenges!
- Help Harry crack the codes and discover the secrets!
- Open to all ages and abilities.
- Join or create a team or individual entry to submit your answers for live marking – or have a go at past challenges in your own time and reveal answers to check your own work.
- Great way to engage with Maths and Computing.
- Developed with IBM, GCHQ and other cipher/code-breaking experts!
Organic Chemistry A-Level Resources
A set of self-assessment exercises based on exam-style questions that can be given to students to complete independently, which they can mark themselves using ‘talking mark schemes’ created at the UoS. For more information follow the link above or see this video.
Rad Ratings Card Game Resources
We at the University of Southampton, together with the Royal Society of Chemistry, put this game together to help teach you more about nuclear science, and to highlight that radioactive things don’t make radioactive zombies (!), but that they’re actually completely safe if handled properly, and really, really important in everyday life. Everything from treating cancer, powering space ships, preventing fires, dating old artefacts and even sterilising food, radioactivity is much more widely used in day-to-day than people often think.game_instructions_print_friendly
To receive pre-printed card sets, please contact Sarah Lu at Sarah.firstname.lastname@example.org or Shaun Hemming at email@example.com or sign up.
- Access to historical sources used in world leading research.
- Resources provided by the history department at the UoS, from over 40 scholars.
- Information about a large range of teaching and research topics, including several specialist topics.
- Lectures, UCAS support, podcasts, and work booklets can be found, assisting both teachers and students.
Although the live events have come to an end, many of the videos, podcasts, blogs and activities are still available – so you can still join us and discover the amazing!
There are also useful additional updates, information, materials and resources given regularly through the Safe4me News E-bulletin. Sign up and contribute by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Includes a series of podcasts discussing key English texts.
- Created to aid GCSE and A-level students in their studies.
- Information regarding previous and ongoing research projects, as well as details about further education in English can be found elsewhere on the website.
Southampton Philosophy Café Podcasts
- Philosophy Café ran from 2009-2014 to provide philosophical stimulation in a relaxed atmosphere.
- All events were recorded and are now available on the archive page in the form of podcasts.
- Information about exciting ways people can get involved with Philosophy, including 6th Form Philosophy conferences, can be found elsewhere on the website.
Southern Universities Network (SUN) Resources
Resources for schools from our local partnership the SUN include careers and student resources, webinars and information for parents and carers to support their young people’s future decision making.
Special Collections – Online Exhibitions
The University Hartley Library Special Collections Gallery was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund primarily for the display of material from the collections to encourage public awareness and access. The exhibition programme focuses on themes within the collection and links in with University academic activity including celebrations of research, conferences and contributions to national and international events and commemorations – and many have parallel online exhibitions which can be viewed via the link above!
Surge Radio – Study Abroad & Exchange Podcasts
Listen to find out what University of Southampton students have to say about their experiences studying or working abroad for a semester, full year or summer school in this award-winning Surge Radio and University of Southampton collaborative podcast. Students give advice about living abroad, country-specific information and their favourite memories.
Contact us at email@example.com and follow our students on Instagram @sotonabroad
Made in collaboration with the Study Abroad and Exchange team and the student-led Surge Radio Factual and Culture team.
Talks for Year 12 Students
You will need to register for a free GoToWebinar account to view these talks
Turner Sims: Cordelia Williams, playing the Steinway Piano
If you are craving serenity, watch the first in a series of four stunning films from pianist Cordelia Williams, in which she plays the beautiful Turner Sims Steinway piano in the concert hall at Highfield campus. In this initial film, Cordelia serenades us with Mozart’s Rondo No 3, K511.
A Word from the Wise – Epistemology Interviews with Philosophy Experts
A series of podcast interviews conducted by Philosophy student George Tracey relating UoS Philosphy research directly to the A-Level Philosophy and Religious Studies curriculums, on the theme of Epistemology.
- Episode 1 ‘What is Knowledge?’
- Episode 2 ‘Perception as a source of knowledge’
- Episode 3 ‘Reason as a source of knowledge’
- Episode 4 ‘Scepticism’
University of Southampton MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)
- Increase your subject knowledge by learning directly from our world experts for free!
- Great preparation for, or tasters of, courses your students are considering studying – or just to follow an interest.
- Interact directly with our researchers when the courses are live.
- Topics include:
- Developing Your Research Project – perfect for EPQ or IB Extended Essays
- Exploring Our Ocean
- Jane Austen: Myth, Reality and Global Celebrity
- Observing the Night Sky: What Next?
- Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds: Maritime Archaeology
- Understanding Money: the History of Finance, Speculation and the Stock Market
- Web Science: How the Web Is Changing the World
University of Southampton Research Videos
Ever wondered what goes on in a jet propulsion lab? How we study Saturn’s rings? What it’s like to hear for the first time thanks to a cochlear implant? How researchers fight cancer or understand the effects of plastics in the ocean? Explore all these things and more, with these short videos of some of the world-changing research taking place at Southampton – we hope they inspire the researchers of the future!
Teachers, careers colleagues and support staff: Download your FREE Teachers’ Guide to University brochure.
The Teachers’ Guide has been produced by UniTasterDays.com in collaboration with HELOA – to support the university guidance that is provided in secondary schools and colleges. Editorial has been provided by over 35 colleagues at universities institutions throughout the UK. On topics covering how to support students with their university decisions, university events, widening participation & fair access, UCAS applications (including writing school references) and more. It also includes the key student finance facts from Martin Lewis.
Check out our campuses in these campus tours, linked in a playlist on our Youtube channel! Find out what it is like to study with us by looking at the wonderful facilities available.
For parents and carers: Support at University – A representative from the University of Southampton Student Hub team will give an overview of the range of support and advice available to our students.
16th November 18.00-19.00 – https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_NjhlYThjNjYtMDlhZi00OGI4LWE2MTUtNGYzZTVlMjYwMmJh%40thread.v2/0?context=%7B%22Tid%22%3A%224a5378f9-29f4-4d3e-be89-669d03ada9d8%22%2C%22Oid%22%3A%22660080bb-69ab-47a7-b787-9f37c33f65e4%22%2C%22IsBroadcastMeeting%22%3Atrue%2C%22role%22%3A%22a%22%7D&btype=a&role=a
For parents and carers: Student Finance – A look at current student fees and the funding support available to your young person when applying to University.
23rd November 18.00-19.00 – https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_NjY0MGJhYTItYmJjNi00ZWYwLWIzMmUtMGQ1ZmNhNDU1MzVi%40thread.v2/0?context=%7B%22Tid%22%3A%224a5378f9-29f4-4d3e-be89-669d03ada9d8%22%2C%22Oid%22%3A%22660080bb-69ab-47a7-b787-9f37c33f65e4%22%2C%22IsBroadcastMeeting%22%3Atrue%2C%22role%22%3A%22a%22%7D&btype=a&role=a
For parents and carers: Careers and Employability – A representative from the careers and employability team will outline the support on offer both during and after your young persons studies at the University of Southampton.
30th November 18.00 – 19.00 – https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_ZjY5NGFlNDUtYzkzZS00M2YwLTg1ZGMtNzkyYjllOTM4NDIy%40thread.v2/0?context=%7B%22Tid%22%3A%224a5378f9-29f4-4d3e-be89-669d03ada9d8%22%2C%22Oid%22%3A%22660080bb-69ab-47a7-b787-9f37c33f65e4%22%2C%22IsBroadcastMeeting%22%3Atrue%2C%22role%22%3A%22a%22%7D&btype=a&role=a
The STEMM skills award for year’s 9-13. Any extracurricular activity involving Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Medicine could count towards an award. Students log hours to the e-portfolio and receive a medal and certificate upon completion.
This National Geographic project shares (or ‘cross-pollinates’) approaches and tools between members of the public, scientists, technologists and educators in order to support pollinators, people and the practice of citizen science.
The resources and work programme are designed for registered schools in the UK and Italy, however, the project warmly welcomes everyone to get involved in the activities. All you need is an area of outdoor space (as small as 1m2) where you can create a small patch of habitat and a plant seeds suitable for pollinators.