PSEC's three-day, integrated programme offers an outstanding opportunity for exhibitors and sponsors to meet and engage with our delegates.

We welcome sponsorship applications from all organisations with an interest in advancing excellence in primary science education. Many of our delegates teach children all subjects, so we welcome exhibitor applications from those offering resources and support across all areas of the primary school curriculum as well as for science.

For more information on costs of sponsorship, exhibiting and further opportunities please view our comprehensive Opportunities Brochure HERE.

The exhibition hall at PSEC 2019 is filling up, with only a handful of stands remaining. You can view the latest Floor Plan HERE

Please view our comprehensive brochure to find out more information.

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The benefits of exhibiting at PSEC

  • The exhibition hall will form a lively and welcoming networking hub.
  • Three breakout times each day, ensure dedicated delegate time to the exhibition.
  • Delegates will be directed to the hall on arrival each day.
  • Key conference announcements will be made in the exhibition hall.
  • Open plan layout to facilitate easy circulation and access to all stands.
  • Lunch and refreshments will be served at several catering points around the hall.
  • The exhibition hall will be multi-purpose, with workshop sessions held throughout the day.
  • Additional networking events will be integrated into the programme to increase delegate footfall.

Who can you meet? - PSEC's delegates. 

Our conference will attract delegates from all areas of primary science education. 

From around the world, we will be welcoming:

  • Primary teachers, science subject leaders and school leaders.
  • Academics from primary science education.
  • PSTT College Fellows.
  • Initial Teacher Education professionals.
  • Student teachers and researchers.
  • Representatives from learned societies.
  • Other stakeholders in primary science education.

All of our delegates will be invested in, and passionate about, primary science education.
Whether they are at the start of their careers or are experienced voices of influence, they will have a common interest in finding out and sharing the latest and best in resources, strategies and research available to support teaching, learning and leadership of primary science.

Delegate Marketing
We have a strong international marketing campaign in place.

PSTT Fellows, who will all attend the conference, are very well connected to a huge number of schools. PSTT also has strong links with academic institutions and other organisations across the UK including the Primary Science Quality Mark and its wide-reaching networks.

Internationally we have well established contacts with colleagues in the USA, New Zealand and Singapore, as well as many European countries.