We are delighted to announce that the SNAB specification for 2015 has been accredited by Ofqual.
To view the specification and find out about launch events and other support from Edexcel.
We are well advanced with the rewriting of the SNAB resources, and are on track for a publication of the Year 1 AS book in February.
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The Salters Institute Annual Awards ceremony on 20th November saw the performance of SNAB students in this summers exams celebrated. 97% of those who entered this summer successfully achieved a grade in SNAB Biology.
The top scoring students received Salters-Nuffield Advanced Biology prize in recognition of their outstanding results.
First Prize was shared by Elizabeth Nelmes of Benenden School and Ella Whitwam of Clifton College. Third equal were Ellie Irwin from City of London Freeman's School and Theresita Joseph of St Philomena's School. Ellie and Theresita (below) were surprised and delighted to see each other at the Fishmongers' Hall where the Awards Ceremony was held, although they attend different school they are best friends and had not realised they were both award winners.
Ellie and Theresita shared third prize. They are both studying medicine, Ellie at Newcastle and Theresita at UCL.
First presented in 2002, the awards are open to science technicians in schools and colleges who have a total of five or more years experience. The awards recognise the the immense contribution that Science Technicians make to of their schools and in particular their science departments.
This year's award winners (below) were Usha Khamar, The Compton School, Finchley, Paula Lindsay, West College Scotland, Lyn Payne,
Pimlico Academy and Judith Runnalls, Perin School, Alresford.
Nominations for the 2015 awards are now open, closing date 31 January, see http://saltersinstitute.co.uk/technicians-awards/