Am I a Good Scientist?
Science4Society think that a Good Scientist is one who addresses issues of ethical science, design and technology – including peace, social justice and environmental sustainability and even this can mean many different things. They are asking entrants to explain what it means. Entries can take the form of words, pictures or words and pictures. These could be in any form, including: – Poster – Film – Essay. Deadline: Friday 23 February 2018
Mar 5 – Mar 10 all-day
National Careers Week
National Careers Week (NCW) is a celebration of careers guidance and free resources in education across the UK. The aim is to provide a focus for careers guidance activity at an important stage in the academic calendar to help support young people leaving education.  
Mar 9 – Mar 18 all-day
British Science Week
British Science Week is the largest grassroots celebration of STEM in the UK. You can take part by running an event or activity in your local community centre, school or club. You can also search for events happening near you via the website. The theme for this year’s British Science Week is “exploration and discovery.” Get creative and enter the annual poster competition; take part in demo day or a citizen science project and much more![...]
Mar 23 all-day
Animation 18
The School of Computer Science at The University of Manchester presents Animation 18.  Calling all school/college students aged 7-19! Make a 1-minute animated film on your computer, enter the competition, and you could win great prizes! You can enter as an individual, or as a team of up to 4 people.   Deadline: Friday 23 March 2018
British Science Week Poster Competition
Get creative and enter the British Science Association’s annual poster competition, on the theme of exploration and discovery. Your students can make their poster about anything involving exploration and discovery. The five best posters from your school can be entered into our UK-wide competition with the chance for students to win an array of prizes.
Apr 27 all-day
DXC Codes
DXC Codes is a DXC Foundation initiative that will introduce children in Years 5 to 9 to STEM activities and careers with a fun and engaging IT challenge and competition. As technology evolves and programming becomes a growing part of so many professional fields, it aims to inspire a passion for programming and computer sciences in today’s youth.
Advanced Propulsion Centre Primary Competition
The Advanced Propulsion Centre UK is offering an opportunity for primary school pupils to compete in the Greenpower electric car race. The competition is entitled ‘How we will travel in year 2050?’ After a successful first year for the APC Greenpower Programme, which has seen 7 schools across the UK build and race their own electric vehicles, the APC is looking for more primary schools (ages 9-11) who would like a chance of winning a Greenpower kit car.[...]