The Discovery Society
The Discovery Society has been established as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, to give students at The Bewdley School the opportunity to involve themselves in exploration and scientific research. These opportunities are above and beyond normal curriculum experience, giving students access to a range of organisations and opportunities.
These include the Duke of Edinburgh and Crest Awards, Operation Wallacea and a range of local partners, including the Abberley and Malvern Hills Geopark and our local Universities. This offers many opportunities including expeditions and science research experiments and talks, culminating in our Operation Wallacea expedition to the island of Dominica in July 2021.
The formal launch of the society which was officially established on 22 July 2019, the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing, coincided with science week in March 2020. Throughout the month we will also be launching our first Discovery Society Thursday Lecture Series, so watch out for posters and flyers and tickets which you can book on Eventbrite.
Join us in exploring our wonderful natural world and making sure we understand, care for and cherish it.
Supporting The Discovery Society –
Over the last year The Discovery Society has made steps towards providing students with a range of new, exciting and unique opportunities to develop and discover new skills and knowledge. However, without the support of others and the community the society would not be where it is now. To make supporting the society easier, The Discovery Society has partnered with Amazon to help raise funds.
To support the society anyone can shop online at Amazon and Amazon will donate some of the sale towards our society at no cost to the person placing the order. To support the society simply click the link below and start shopping!
Shop at Amazon and they will donate to The Discovery Society, at no cost to you.