Inspiring teachers... changing lives

Click here to read the 2010 Teacher Expedition blog

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 MISSION STATEMENT
 
To create science and geography teachers as leaders in education through carrying out science projects in the harshest of conditions in the Polar Regions. This inspires their own teaching, that of their colleagues, and encourages their students to study science and geography; leading to the publication of teaching resources available free to all on this website.
 

  
The Chris Henstock Memorial Expedition 2014
Inspiring Teachers - Changing Lives



 
A 5-6 day wilderness trek in Icelandís remote North West Peninsula including
a crossing of the inaccessible Drangajokull Icecap

The first expedition in the series of Fuchs Foundations Expedition's Challenges
Expeditions in remote locations for teachers and students

July 2014

To apply contact Bull Precision Expeditions Ltd on
01623 884322 or stevebull@bullexpeditions.com
 

  
IN MEMORY OF CHRIS HENSTOCK
1949 - 2011



Chris was instrumental in the re-launching of the Foundation as
an educational charity to promote inspirational teaching in the
classroom, The Trustees will greatly miss his thoughtful contributions
and his original input into the development of the Foundation
 

 
Sir Vivian Fuchs showed a generation of school children a sense of curiosity, self reliance, self determination and challenge. In his memory, the Fuchs Foundation will inspire future generations by sending young teachers to the Polar Regions to do scientific projects in hostile environments.

Science and Geography are perceived as dull subjects and hard work. The Fuchs Foundation challenges this perception and aims to recreate in young people the sense of excitement, adventure and thirst for knowledge.

No one forgets an inspirational teacher and the Fuchs Foundation believes the key is challenge and experience. Give young teachers the opportunity to break free from the constraints of their normal safe existence and inspire them through expedition work that tests both their mental, physical and emotional resources which will in turn give them a life changing experience and will inspire their teaching for the rest of their career.

Latest Press Releases
Other Snow Stories
16 degrees below! No, not in Aviemore but in the Antarctic. Four teachers on the second expedition supported by the Fuchs Foundation have escaped the British weather to enjoy the sparkling sunshine of 16 degrees below.
Published: 05/12/10
Classroom in Antarctica
Four teachers begin their trip South to Antarctica, leaving Heathrow on 4th November, to do science projects which will involve their students throughout the expedition through website blogs on www.fuchsfoundation.org. and satellite phone calls.
Published: 03/11/10
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