Schools & Education

Engaging young people in science is important to British Antarctic Survey.  Our award-winning educational resources for teachers and students are curriculum-relevant and developed in partnership with the Royal Geographical Society and the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Polar Regions Department. Our scientists and support staff visit schools within a 50-mile radius of Cambridge, and get involved in online schools talks about polar science and living and working in the world’s last great wilderness.

Take a look at our new Cyber-school sessions too! … join us live for the next sessions

    A group of people standing on a stage

    Ice Cool Cyber-School

    For primary: Join our live, interactive, curriculum focussed sessions to learn more about life and science in the Polar Regions

    Emperor Penguins on the sea ice in the Weddell Sea

    Polar wildlife

    Discover the creatures that live in the coldest place on Earth

    A view looking east across the Antarctic Peninsula during a flight back to Rothera Station from Fossil Bluff

    Polar Geography

    Uncover the secrets of the largest and most pristine wilderness on Earth

    For more information about booking a school talk or about any of our education resources please email: headland@bas.ac.uk