Global Science - UK STEMNET 2012 Finals Again!
Global Science are delighted to announce that Broxburn Academy’s STEM Club and Physics teacher Scott Bryce are both finalists in the 2012 STEMNET UK Awards.
STEMNET’s 2012 annual awards ceremony takes place at The House of Lords in London on 21st November 2012.
Scott Bryce was nominated by Global Science’s STEM Project Manager; Kevin McKeever, in the category of “Most Dedicated Teacher in the UK”.
Commenting on Scott’s nomination being shortlisted to the Top 3 spanning UK wide, Kevin commented “I am absolutely delighted that Scott has been recognized for his tremendous work at Broxburn Academy, and to be shortlisted as a finalist of three teachers spanning all of the UK is amazing and well deserved. Scott really does make a difference to young people in raising aspirations in Science,Technology, Engineering and Maths”
Broxburn celebrates double shortlist success, as not only has Scott made the final of the Most Dedicated Teacher in the UK category, but the STEM Club that Mr Bryce runs have also been shortlisted in the final three schools of “Most Dedicated STEM Club in the UK” category.
Frank McKeever, Manager of Global Science and Sandra Lowson, Director of Global Science both commented “This is a fantastic achievement for Scott Bryce, the young people in the Science Club and Broxburn Academy as a whole. To be the only Scottish finalists in not just one, but two separate categories is simply wonderful” “This reflects the dedication of the young people in the Broxburn Academy Science Club, teachers like Scott, and schools like Broxburn Academy working tirelessly in the East of Scotland. “On behalf of Global Science, we wish Scott and the STEM Club the very best of luck at the final”.
Please see our press release for further details 2012-ukstemnetfinal.pdf (PDF download).