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Do you teach or promote chemistry or related sciences? Learn about the outreach we offer at no cost to your school/learners to help them to discover chemistry.

Discover Wild City

Discover Wild City

Wild City is a project for Year 5 students based in London primary schools. The project teaches about the importance of biodiversity and how it can be promoted and preserved. There are three rounds and learners have the opportunity to design a new green space for their school. The winning school will see their design brought to life.

Sign up as your school's point of contact for Chemistry Club

Sign up as your school's point of contact for Chemistry Club

Chemistry Club is for 11-14 year olds and aims to increase the accessibility of chemistry for young learners at the start of their secondary education. It is a great tool that promotes independent learning and offers additional subject knowledge and support in a fun and engaging way.

Chemistry Club

Discover our Festivals of Chemistry

Festivals of Chemistry support and enhance curriculum learning for 14-16 year olds. We offer a three-stage approach during which schools have the opportunity to engage with online content and participate in an in-person Discovery Day at a universities across the UK.

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A Level Awards

The Salters’ Institute’s A Level Awards for Year 13 students focus on the top 5/6 students in Biology, Chemistry and Physics throughout the UK. These are the students who achieve the highest marks in the following courses:

  • Salters Advanced Chemistry
  • Salters-Nuffield Advanced Biology
  • Salters Horners Advanced Physics

In 2022 we introduced a new award for Year 12 students. Students are asked to identify a local or national societal issue and propose a science-focused solution that involves chemistry. This involves creating a poster with a supporting statement. Shortlisted candidates will have to present their poster at Salters’ Hall and will be awarded a cash prize.


Are you a member of a university’s teaching staff?

If so, please see the following opportunities to engage with and support our work.

Are you a member of a university’s teaching staff?

Outreach Ambassadors

We offer outreach experience to undergraduates studying chemistry or related sciences. Please see here for more information and the next recruitment cycle which you can support through being a referee.

Are you a member of a university’s teaching staff?

Graduate Awards

Every year the Salters’ Institute offers up to ten Graduate Awards, each of £1,000, to final-year undergraduates studying at UK universities. Universities may nominate one candidate each year.


In various streams of our outreach, particularly Chemistry Club and Festivals of Chemistry, we create videos across different themes of chemistry with universities across the UK.

If you are able to offer your time, expertise and site for this educational resource, please contact [email protected].

Play video Example Video: Festivals of Chemistry at Durham University

Example Video: Festivals of Chemistry at Durham University

Dr Basile Curchod takes us into the world of virtual reality (VR) to explore how we can use VR technology in chemistry. See how it can be used to predict how molecules will act and how it can be used in the future.

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If you have any enquiries or would like to get in touch, please email [email protected].