National Science & Engineering Week

The UK's widest grassroots celebration of all things science and engineering

22/09/2014

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Funding for your activities

The British Science Association offers grants to certain schools and organisations to help fund British Science Week events and activities.

Our new website, www.britishscienceweek.org, will be launching this month, and will include a new grant application system that will be linked with event registrations. For the meantime, we are providing our grant guidelines via the following links so you can start planning now. Please note, the links in the grant guidelines will all be live once our new website launches!

For British Science Week 2015 there were five grants available from the British Science Association:

Scottish Grant Scheme

Welsh Grant Scheme

Kick Start Grant Scheme

Community Grant Scheme

British Science Association Branches Grant Scheme

 

How-to-guides and ideas

These guides present step-by-step instructions in how to arrange publicity, how to organise an NSEW event or activity and where to find funding.

If you are a beginner or have never organised an event before then our organiser's timeline and NSEW guides in a day will help you get going - these show how you can do science and engineering week activities on a small budget or using our free resources.

You can also download our handy NSEW templates to easily create press releases and press photocall invitations to maximise publicity for your event.

Note: you must be logged in to an account with the British Science Association website in order to access most of these packs. Creating an account is quick, easy and free.

 

Science on a Shoestring

Organisers concise timeline

Guide to running an event

Guide to Funding

Guide to Publicity

 

Templates

Press release template (word doc)

Photography permission slip template (word doc)

Press photocall invitation template (word doc)

 

Looking for hands-on activity ideas?

We have over 350 free activities designed specifically for National Science & Engineering Week. Check out our popular activity pack series.

 

Looking for STEM presentation tips?

Take a look at these British Science Festival videos for advice on presenting, and visit the Science in Society page for public engagement resources.

 

Got questions? Visit our FAQ page 

These guides present step-by-step instructions in how to arrange publicity, how to organise an NSEW event or activity and where to find funding.

If you are a beginner or have never organised an event before then our organiser's timeline and NSEW guides in a day will help you get going - these show how you can do science and engineering week activities on a small budget or using our free resources.

You can also download our handy NSEW templates to easily create press releases and press photocall invitations to maximise publicity for your event.

Note: you must be logged in to an account with the British Science Association website in order to access most of these packs. Creating an account is quick, easy and free.

 

Science on a Shoestring

Organisers concise timeline

Guide to running an event

Guide to Funding

Guide to Publicity

 

Templates

Press release template (word doc)

Photography permission slip template (word doc)

Press photocall invitation template (word doc)

 

Looking for hands-on activity ideas?

We have over 350 free activities designed specifically for National Science & Engineering Week. Check out our popular activity pack series.

 

Looking for STEM presentation tips?

Take a look at these British Science Festival videos for advice on presenting, and visit the Science in Society page for public engagement resources.

 

Got questions? Visit our FAQ page