Leeds Harrogate Partnership was set up in 2014. Its dynamism relies on a team of highly motivated physics teachers who understand and value the exchange taking place.
At the heart of the Halton Partnership is a desire to help pupils to develop critical scientific thinking, learning to work and think scientifically.
A diverse partnership, ranging from large urban to small rural primary schools; it is a true mix of educational challenges, however one of the greatest is pupil aspiration.
Although the funding cycle for the Fylde Coast Partnership has ended, the cluster still works together and is still making a difference.
Looking forward to the opportunities this partnership will hold for the students and schools involved, as they raise the profile of physics in their area.
The Trafford Partnership has just completed its third year and is actively engaged with encouraging students to take physics further.
Technician Paul Cook is working with partnership schools in South to support and develop technicians.
Building the foundations for physics in Bolton for years to come.
Annual competitions, challenge days and teacher CPD - making physics matter in the South West.
The partnership enables students to experience stimulating and innovative physics-based activities.