These schools are involved in the Science for Life project. Take a look at the map to find out where they are.
Ambler Primary School (373 pupils)
Ashmount Primary School (415 pupils)
Canonbury Primary School (449 pupils)
Duncombe Primary School (461 pupils)
Gillespie Primary School (239 pupils)
Hanover Primary School (340 pupils)
Hugh Myddelton Primary School (446 pupils)
Montem Primary School (464 pupils)
Newington Green Primary School (422 pupils)
New River College Primary Pupil Referral Unit
Pakeman Primary School (410 pupils)
Thornhill Primary School (441 pupils)
Yerbury Primary School (466 pupils)
Arts and Media School Islington (573 pupils)
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School (890 pupils)
Highbury Fields School (754 pupils)
Holloway School (747 pupils)
St Mary Magdalene Academy (1272 pupils)
The Institute of Physics
The Institute of Physics are supporting secondary schools in the borough, through the Stimulating Physics Network. They also offer us support in kind, for instance through staff time to support at events, and hosting events in their building on the Caledonian Road.
Our local ward are supporting us with funding towards the project and associated resources.
The Ogden Trust
Carole Kenrick works for the Ogden Trust, a charity that encourages and promotes the teaching of physics, alongside her work at Gillespie Primary School leading Science for Life. The Ogden Trust is funding Carole's PhD, which is looking at how to address the issue of unbalanced representation in physics.