Education Business Associates
Education Business Associates organise these Royal Society of Chemistry registered events and receive support from the RSC Education Department and the “Mid-Anglia” and “Chiltern & Middlesex” RSC Local Sections.
Milton Keynes Science Festival
The Milton Keynes Science Festival supports our Junior “Chemistry at Work” event, entitled “Real Science”. Their funding enables the students to see a wider range of demonstrations and have free entry.
Milton Keynes Community Foundation
The Milton Keynes Community Foundation is a local independent grant-making charity and is part of a network of Community Foundations. Over the years, they have supported our new ventures in “Chemistry at Work” including “Real Science” for Year Six pupils.
AskBrango.com
AskBrango have provided a channel enabling us to join the increasing number of schools who, like us, have discovered the value of being part of a YouTube style network reserved for schools.
STEMNET
STEMNET creates opportunities to inspire young people in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and Cathy Sturrock, Resources Manager for ScienceOxfordLive, helps publicise Chemistry at Work events in Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
Countec
Countec, the Education Business Partnership for Milton Keynes, offers helpful advice and resources enabling us to contact the local schools and provides staff support at the events.
Develop EBP
For several years Develop EBP, the Bedfordshire and Luton Education Business Partnership, have been identifying schools keen to host or participate in our “Chemistry at Work” day events in Bedfordshire.
The Britten Partnership
The Britten Partnership alerts their registered Science and Engineering Ambassadors (SEAs) and who bring many good demonstrations regularly to our “Chemistry at Work” events.
Milton Keynes City Discovery Centre
The Milton Keynes City Discovery Centre informs and educates visitors about urban geography and new city planning and has hosted our annual three day “Chemistry at Work” events since 2001 and the Centre now hosts our new Junior event for Year Six pupils.
Website by Phil Jones
Phil, an MSc Computer Science graduate, designed and maintains our website and advises us on our technological needs.
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