The Scottish University Science School (SUSS) is a key event in the calendar for all Initial Teaching Education Institutions across Scotland attracting approximately 240 student Science teachers, and their course tutors. This is a two-day residential event which incorporates a topical and relevant keynote address, a range of practical, hands on experiential workshop sessions, professional updates sessions from a range of national bodies and opportunities for extensive professional networking.
We are delighted that the key note address will be given by Dr Emily Grossman, resident science expert on ITV’s The Alan Titchmarsh Show, Discovery Channel’s How Do They Do It? and Sky1’s fact-based celebrity panel-show Duck Quacks Don’t Echo hosted by Lee Mack. You might also have seen her on news programmes such as Sky News, BBC Breakfast and ITV’s This Morning.
We will shortly be announcing sponsorship and exhibition opportunities for this event.
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