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

ROCK, ICE, AND EGGS
The Trustees invite you to a charity lecture event to launch the Foundationís third teachers expedition Fuchs Foundation Antarctic Expedition 2010
Published: 21/06/10

Wolfson College Teachers Talkback
All will be revealed when the Fuchs Foundation Arctic teachers, who recently returned from travelling 350 miles across the Greenland Ice Cap, will give presentations of their experiences and findings at Wolfson College at 4pm on 11th July.
Published: 24/06/09

Teachers return today
I hope a bear doesnt eat you because you are a great teacher, was one of the messages sent to the teachers on the Fuchs Foundation Arctic Expeditions gruelling and exciting journey across the Greenland Ice cap.
Published: 03/06/09

Calling Greenland
Students at Humphrey Perkins School are preparing a list of questions for their phone call to Greenland. They will be speaking to the teachers on the Fuchs Foundation Arctic Expedition while they take a break from their gruelling journey across the ice cap with dog sledges.
Published: 14/05/09

Fuchs Foundation Arctic Expedition 2009
A Leicestershire based charity, the Fuchs Foundation, is sending four science teachers to the Arctic Circle in May where they will travel across Greenland with three teams of dogs, carrying their shelter, food and fuel.
Published: 11/05/09

Counting down to Depart day
It is only days until four teachers depart to Greenland on the Fuchs Foundation Arctic Expedition 2009 on 1st May from Gatwick.
Published: 11/05/09

Sending four science teachers to the Arctic Circle
A Leicestershire based charity, the Fuchs Foundation, is sending four science teachers to the Arctic Circle in May where they will travel across Greenland with three teams of dogs, carrying their shelter, food and fuel.
Published: 01/05/09

Girls prepare for Skiing in Norway
Boot moulding is not only an art but a necessity for the Fuchs Foundation teachers who will cross the Greenland Icecap in May.
Published: 12/03/09

Post Science and Engineering week
Although this years Science and Engineering week is finished it does not mean that all teachers are returning to their normal timetable.
Published: 11/03/09

To Greenland via a practice in Norway
Half term for teachers is a time for rest and recuperation. But not for the teachers who will cross the Greenland Icecap at the end of April.
Published: 12/02/09