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Shrub Street STEAM - in action
Shrub Street STEAM - in action
June 15th 2016
Last month, a team of pupils from Shrubland Street Primary School, Leamington Spa, represented the UK at the global final of Destination Imagination. New friendships, new confidence and new life skills were developed throughout the process. In this film you…
No boundaries. No barriers
No boundaries. No barriers
June 15th 2016
Last weekend, four Ogden Teacher Fellows and Regional Representatives from Ogden Primary Partnership Schools (Amanda Poole, Carole Kenrick, Pete Dowsett and Kathy Gibson) attended the inaugural Primary Science Teaching Trust International Conference, accompanied by Wendy Cox, the Trust’s National Primary…
Big Science!
Big Science!
June 14th 2016
Last week, Big Science came to Norwich as 70 pupils presented their science investigations to a panel of judges at a showcase event at the John Innes Centre.The Big Science event has been running in Oxford since 2010 – and…
Working together
Working together
June 13th 2016
Last week, representatives from 38 of the Ogden secondary school science partnerships gathered in Rugby for an afternoon of networking, discussions and presentations. They were joined by staff from the Trust and by Ogden Regional Representatives, who support and develop…
A marshmallow masterclass
A marshmallow masterclass
June 10th 2016
At the end of last month, Wycombe Abbey School – hub for the Bucks & Chiltern Partnership – led a series of practical physics masterclasses for students from one of its partnership schools. As well as inspiring the students with…

Welcome to The Ogden Trust

We're a charitable trust that exists to promote the teaching and learning of physics. We do this by providing individual scholarships to talented sixth formers and undergraduates and by enabling innovative physics teaching to take place in schools, often forging links to universities. We also address the shortage of physics teachers in the UK by funding programmes that encourage young graduates and career changers to go into teaching. If you are interested in our work, you are welcome to browse and we would be delighted if anything you read inspires you in some way.
Grant enquiries must be within the framework of our existing programmes.