05 - 07 January 2023

Discover Materials at ASE Annual Conference 2023

Date :
05 January 2023 - 07 January 2023
Time :
All Day
Location :
Sheffield Hallam University
Event Type :

The ASE Annual Conference 2023 will be taking place at Sheffield Hallam University from Thursday 5th to Saturday 7th January 2023. Please click on our dedicated AC23 webpage for more extensive programme details.

International focussed sessions are incorporated throughout the main three Conference days of Thursday 5th to Saturday 7th January inclusive. The Technicians dedicated day is Friday 6th January, and also on Friday, we are have an Early Career Teacher dedicated programme. Research day is on Saturday and both primary and secondary sessions will feature throughout the 3 days, with Post-16 having a main focus on Thursday.

*NEW* If you aren’t able to join us in person, you can still benefit from professional development from home. For the first time, ASE Annual Conference 2023 will be offering a selected programme of sessions livestreamed from Sheffield and delivered straight to you wherever you are, on any device. Just look out for ‘livestream’ when choosing your ticket options. Live-streamed sessions can be viewed on the link below:


The main themes underpinning all Conference sessions for 2023 are below. .

  • Assessment
  • Curriculum
  • Diversity
  • Professional Journeys
  • Research
  • Sustainability and Environmental Issues
  • Other

The live, digital timetable can be viewed here

For queries, please email conferences@ase.org.uk

The ASE Schools’ Exhibition has become one of the most popular elements of the ASE Annual Conference every January. Schools from all sectors of education are invited to present a science project happening in their classrooms or science/STEM clubs. One teacher from each school is invited to provide a display, which can include artefacts and/or posters illustrating their school project, and is invited to talk about it on Friday 6th January 2023 from 09.00-12.00 at Sheffield Hallam University with other teachers. Up to 2 pupils can accompany their teacher to help demonstrate their activities and talk about their school project. There is no charge for any school taking part in the Schools’ Exhibition and the teacher will receive one full, free day place on that Friday. There will be an opportunity for the teacher and students to visit the main conference Suppliers Exhibition and also to attend the Frontier Science Lectures on Friday afternoon if they wish to do so. Places are limited and will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Interested schools should complete the questionnaire by clicking here in the first instance.

For queries please email conferences@ase.org.uk