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Euro4Science is an EU funded project involving partners in 4 European countries, looking at the use of ideas from forensic sciences to boost the appeal of science to young people and reinforce interdisciplinarity in European high schools.

Skipton Girls' High School is a partner school of the Euro4Science project and during its first phase there were successful SGHS student exchanges to Portugal with Skipton Academy and to Bulgaria with Ermysted’s. It all culminated with an exciting Science Festival with a week of activities and a CSI style murder to solve.

Euro4Science 2.0 is a spin-off of the Euro4Science project. We use the CSI motto through crime cases to create challenges that students can solve using techniques such as blood type analysis while learning mathematics, chemistry and other subjects in active and exciting ways. In Euro4Science 2.0 we will expand and improve the Forensic Science Education Toolbox with materials and activities for teachers and students including activities related to environment, health and citizenship. There will again be the opportunity for our students to take part in overseas exchanges and get involved with different aspects of this exciting project!

For more information please visit the Euro4Science 2.0 website: http://euro4science2.eu/ 

Euro4Science Competition

Students from all European partner countries  were invited to submit designs to go on to the top of the CSI toolkit.

SGHS submitted five designs, chosen from numerous entries by a panel of Year 12 Art students.  We are now eagerly awaiting the result of the European judges as to which has been chosen as the winning design.


 Ari Davies - Year 8




 Maisie Allen - Year 10


Laura and Kirstie Goodchil - Year 9 and 12


Lucy Elliot - Year 13




Downloads and Useful Links

Euro4Science 2.0 Presentation


Euro4Science 2.0 Newsletter - June 17 



Euro4Science is a project supported by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Commission to develop Strategic Partnerships for school education. The partnership is coordinated by the University of Aveiro (Portugal) and includes partners from Bulgaria, Poland, Portugal and the UK.

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