Science on Stage Festivals

Every second year, Science on Stage Europe organises a Europe-wide education festival at venues across the continent. Each time, up to 450 teachers from 29 countries come together to share and exchange their ideas and concepts for successful mathematic-scientific-technical education.

At the festivals every participating teacher presents his or her good-practice examples to their international colleagues at stands, in workshops and in form of on-stage-presentations. These education-festivals can be seen as the peak of Science on Stage Europe’s work – they constitute a gateway for national follow-up activities of each individual Science on Stage country. Through the festivals, newly acquired concepts find their way to teacher seminars, brochures and teaching materials in every participating country.

  • Event series

Oct 31
Nov 3
Festival Science on Stage 2019
  • Science on Stage Europe e.V.
  • Celebration / Festival
  • Exhibition
  • Workshop
  • Estoril

Science on Stage Festival 2019

450 teachers come together to develop skills for the future with science education in Europe. Participate to the Swiss national selection in Technorama to be part of it!
Jun 29
Jul 2
Flyer Science on Stage 2017
  • Science on Stage Europe e.V.
  • Celebration / Festival
  • Debrecen

Science on Stage 2017

Under the motto 'Inventing the Future of Science Education' the next Science on Stage festival, the largest European educational fair for STEM teachers, took place from 29 June – 2 July 2017 in the Kölcsey Convention Centre in Debrecen, Hungary. At the festival around 350 primary teachers and STEM teachers came together to exchange innovative teaching concepts. They presented their most innovative ideas from teachers for teachers in a fair, in workshops, and performances.
Jun 17
Jun 20
Flyer Science on Stage Europe 2015
  • Celebration / Festival
  • London E1 4NS

Science on Stage Festival 2015

Science on Stage went Britannia: From 17-20 June 2015, 350 primary and secondary school teachers from all over Europe and Canada were buzzing around over four days in London.



Science on Stage Europe e.V.