New STEM Clubs Featured Resources - A STEM Future (Age Range 7-16)
We are really excited to announce the launch of our new themed activity booklets - A STEM Future.
The resource sets have been developed with advice from club leaders and offer an exciting glimpse into how STEM could influence the world. Topics range from augmenting the human body to studying how animals adapt to their environment and of course, how we humans influence the world around us. There are activities to excite everyone’s interest.
We are really pleased that we’ve been able to collaborate with the Skills Builder Partnership to link each activity to the free to use Skills Builder Framework. This will help clubs to enhance essential skills for their students and support the careers agenda in the school whilst working on fun and engaging STEM projects. The activity set A Future STEM is entirely linked to careers awareness, essential employability skills and PSHE – clubs and schools can use each of the six activities to support the Gatsby Careers Benchmarks. You can find some super STEM careers support on our website.
This most recent set of STEM Club resources takes a close look at the world around us and how humans impact on the world. They make a great introduction to looking at a greener world, sustainability and supporting a circular economy. There is a set to suit most student interests and many of the projects could be adapted into longer term projects suitable for a CREST Award.
You can download the booklets for free, just make sure you are logged in to your STEM Learning account!
- Animal adaptions. (Age range 7-9): Looking at how animals have adapted to cope with all sorts of conditions.
- Future world. (Age range 9-11): From what we wear to how we get energy there’s always room for innovation.
- How could we augment ourselves? (Age range 11-14): The human body is an amazing piece of engineering, but are there scientific innovations we can use to make our bodies better?
- How can we live smarter? (Age range 11-14): Humans have transformed the world and thought up some wondrous inventions, but what will the future hold for the planet?
- Sporting performance. (Age range 11-14): Playing sport is a fundamental part of our society, but how will it change in the future?
- A Future STEM. (Age range 11-16): Discover STEM heroes who have made a difference, think critically about how STEM careers are portrayed in films and explore different ways to get into a STEM career. This set is designed to support all STEM Clubs and could also be used within school lesson times.
Don't forget each booklet contains both club leader and student notes, are age and ability differentiated and can be adpated to suit any age! We hope you enjoy our new activities and look forward to hearing from you as you use them.
Please contact us on STEMClubs@stem.org.uk if you have any queries.
The STEM Clubs Team
|Subject(s)||Careers, Computing, Design and technology, Design for society and the environment, Food Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Personal development, Psychology, Science, Working scientifically, Earth science, Practical work|
|Age||5-7, 7-11, 11-14, 14-16, 16-19, FE/HE|