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Welcome to The Ogden Trust

The Ogden Trust aims to increase the uptake of physics post-16 by supporting physics education and engagement for all young people (4-18), particularly those in under-represented groups. The Trust supports schools, teachers, projects and programmes that are committed to enhancing physics teaching and learning.

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News

Sharing news, initiatives and opportunities from across our network.

Assisting the assistants

17 June 2024

A pilot CPD project for primary teaching assistants shows that TAs appreciate and benefit from science specific CPD.

A group of families at the event, looking at The Ogden Trust booth. Looking at all the information they have.

Rochdale Science Extravaganza

29 May 2024

An unforgettable day of discovery and inspiration, showcasing the wonders of the universe.

A group of training teachers sitting together. Working through the task.

Mentoring and support for early career teachers of physics

20 May 2024

"I would honestly say that the Early Career programme is the best thing that teachers can do because there is so much support."

Our focus

We are working hard to build longer-term, working relationships with schools, teachers and educators so we can influence a broader, deeper and more sustainable change in physics education.

School partnerships

Supportive communities help to improve engagement with physics and build sustainable improvement in physics education.

Read more about partnerships

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Supporting teachers

Effective support for teachers of physics; inspiring and committed teachers in the classroom are fundamental in changing the learning landscape.

Read more about teacher support

A group of primary school students. Working on electric circuits experiment.

Opportunities for all

Working with universities, employers and community groups to take physics beyond the classroom and give an insight into the real-world application of science.

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