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Catch up on all the latest news and updates from The Ogden Trust and across our network as we share initiatives, ideas and best practice.

A classroom of primary students. Holding up their work.

Science stars

29 April 2024

Getting curious and celebrating science with some fantastic investigations.

A student female is looking at a sheet of paper along with a poster behind her with science facts.

Pupils launched into Orbyts

19 April 2024

New Impact Report shares feedback from this transformative programme.

The power of partnerships

27 November 2023

Applications for new school partnerships are currently open: funding, CPD and support to make physics matter.

student in school uniform with her board game

Avanti move forward in physics

7 November 2023

An Ogden physics education grant has helped physics to flourish at a new school.

CERN large Hadron Collider

Science at CERN

1 November 2023

Applications now open for funding towards partnership trips to CERN in 2023/24.

The power of partnerships

1 September 2023

Applications for new school partnerships are now open: funding, CPD and support to make physics matter.

Physics FOCUS

25 August 2023

The Ogden Trust supports the local community with funding for physics workshops.

Seeing the light

4 August 2023

Twenty-three Year 12 students take part in an Optics Summer School at King’s College London.

An Olympic challenge

31 July 2023

Students from Ormiston Academies Trust Partnership have been testing themselves at an Ogden Physics Olympics.

Super summer science

17 July 2023

"[The Lewisham Partnership] has been instrumental in helping to raise the profile of STEM education in the local community and is hopefully inspiring many young people to pursue careers in STEM-related fields."

Science for all

5 June 2023

A physics education grant has supported school activities at the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford.

IMAGE from UnSplash. The Dasht-e Kevir, or Great Salt Desert, is the largest desert in Iran. It is a primarily uninhabited wasteland, composed of mud and salt marshes covered with crusts of salt that protect the meagre moisture from completely evaporating.

The appliance of science

11 May 2023

An Ogden Trust grant is helping SatSchool expand the physics content in its resources for schools.