Making the right investment in secondary science resources

scientistWith schools facing growing financial challenges and tighter budgets, it has become even more crucial that schools are able to purchase science equipment and resources which deliver high quality and excellent value for money. Of course, it is also important that pupils have access to innovative science products which inspire learning and help to encourage an interest in science.

YPO, the UK’s largest public sector buying organisation, has signed a partnership agreement with Fisher Scientific, a leading supplier of laboratory products and laboratory equipment, to supply a range of high quality science equipment and resources to  secondary schools across the country.

shutterstock_162793274The partnership positions YPO as the preferred secondary education supplier of the innovative range of products offered through Fisher Scientific, which includes a complete portfolio of laboratory equipment, chemicals, consumables and laboratory apparatus. As part of the agreement, YPO will also supply a range of chemicals to schools, from acetone to zinc chloride, to support science learning from Key Stage 3 and above

YPO has been a trusted partner of schools nationwide for over 40 years, supplying a range of quality and affordable educational resources. The partnership with Fisher Scientific delivers a comprehensive range of science products, giving secondary schools in the UK the opportunity to purchase high quality, innovative products, which deliver long term value for money.

YPO offers free nationwide delivery to schools on all Fisher Scientific products, with no minimum order, in addition to a no quibble returns policy on most products to give you extra peace of mind. Purchasing new educational resources such as microscopes is a long-term investment so it is important that they are fit for purpose.

For further information please go to or contact or 01924 834 960.


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