Wastebuster

Welcome to Science into Schools

Wastebuster are proud to be working with the Pod, EDF Energy and the British Science Association to  inspire young people’s interest in science and engineering and increase access to science resources through positive environmental action -  helping people find positive ways to deal with the things they no longer need.

Science into Schools provides schools with access to a wide range of free resources and the ability to get new science equipment from textile collections.

A recent report by the Welcome Trust revealed that pupils enjoy science more and see its relevance when there are clear links between the subject and real world examples and they can take part in practical, ‘hands-on’ activities. 

 

Recycle textiles to get Science equipment

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Working with the British Science Association

The British Science Association is proud to be working with the Pod and Wastebuster on the fantastic Science into Schools campaign.

We are a registered charity that exists to advance the public understanding and accessibility of science and engineering in the UK - so we love that more schools will be getting hands-on resources and kit as a reward for recycling. 

 

 

 

  1. To be eligible for the monthly draw entrants must have completed their collection in the autumn term of 2013 and the spring and summer term 2014, and before the end of July 2014.
  2. The prize draw is open to anyone with who has completed their collection. One entry per school.
  3. The prize draw runs monthly and a prize is awarded by the 3rd week of the following month. The winner will be drawn at random from all eligible entries and the judge's decision is final.
  4. Collections occurring after the end of July 2014 are not eligible for the monthly draw competition.
  5. To be eligible for the draw for double points, entrants must have completed their collection before 31 January 2014. Collections occurring after the 31 January 2014 are not eligible for the double points competition.
  6. The Promoter will not be responsible for any collections that are not received by it for any reason, by the closing date, whether lost, delayed or otherwise, and whether or not due to any technical difficulties or malfunctions.
  7. Prizes are non-transferable. No cash alternative will be offered.
  8. Winners of the prize draw will be selected at random by a third party.
  9. Winner agrees to take part in future promotional activity. The Judge's decision is final.
  10. The promoters reserve the right to reasonably amend or alter the terms of the Science into Schools competitions at any time and reject entries from entrants not entering into the spirit of the competition.

 

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