QEH recognised for excellence in science teaching

QEH has been awarded the prestigious Bronze Space Education Quality Mark, in recognition of its excellent work, compared nationally.

UK schools and colleges receive the Space Education Quality Mark when they can show that they have significantly used the context of space in subjects, have worked with other organisations, shared resources and used space to enrich the curriculum.

The Space Education Quality Mark was created by ESERO-UK, which supports the space sector and teachers to open doors for young people from all backgrounds, by delivering inspiring world-class teaching in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Alex Brown, STEM Support Programme Manager at STEM Learning, said, “We are delighted to congratulate Queen Elizabeth's Hospital on receiving the Bronze Space Education Quality Mark. Each school and college who receives the Space Education Mark has demonstrated a real and ongoing commitment to excellent STEM education in their school. QEH is a great example of this.”


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Space Club members observing the stars with the Bristol Astronomical Society.