The Royal Society of Chemistry is the largest non-government supporter of chemistry education in the UK. Our activities encompass lifelong learning, including formal and informal education, and are grouped into three key areas: schools and colleges, higher education and continuing professional development.
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From RSC Education
Supporting chemistry and chemical science education at all levels
£25,000 RSC bursary to become a chemistry teacher
We can assist you in your career development as a teacher. Information on our courses and events for specialist and non-specialist chemistry teachers
Find out about the exciting events and competitions the RSC run for students of all ages and abilities.
A summary of outreach activities which the RSC can be run for your school or packs which can be downloaded for your own use within school.
Contact a Regional Coordinator in your area to find out more about local RSC educational activities
Careers information for school students, parents teachers and careers advisers
Posters, Periodic Tables and careers materials available for order or download.
View our new Higher Education area on Learn Chemistry providing key information for Higher Education students and tutors
View the wide range of RSC publications and resources to support chemical science lecturers
Tailored information, resources and support for students and postdocs
Information about RSC Education funding and awards which are available to schools and teachers within the UK.
Find out how the RSC seeks to influence education policy within the UK as the professional body for chemistry and as part of SCORE.
Providing support for all teachers of chemistry across secondary, further and higher education sectors
Statistics relating to chemistry education, including the numbers of students with chemistry qualifications, destinations of chemistry graduates and more.