STEM Clubs

STEM Clubs are a powerful and enjoyable way to engage young people with science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects.

They ignite an interest in STEM subjects and provide a platform to extend young people's learning. Most importantly, they are fun and exciting, allowing all involved to explore STEM subjects in innovative and inventive ways outside the curriculum. 

Share STEM Club ideas, stories and best practice with club leaders by joining the STEM Clubs community group.

Contact us to tell us about your STEM Club, activities, opportunities or to ask for advice.

  • Science club

    Support for STEM Clubs

    If you are thinking about starting a STEM Club or would like to build-up your existing one, take a look at our handy advice and guidance.

    Support for STEM Clubs

  • Engineering work

    Resources

    Browse a range of materials to support you in delivering exciting and inspiring activities, both inside and outside of the classroom.
     

    Browse resources

  • CanSat competition

    Recognition

    Be recognised for the work done in your STEM Clubs and apply for a STEM Inspiration Award. 
     

    Recognition

Get inspired

London Big Bang winners announced

The London Big Bang events have announced their STEM Clubs Award winners, congratulations to the following winners:

STEM Clubs Ethos Award winners:

Watford Girls Grammar School (London Central regional fair)Water Watchers FLL STEM Club (London East)Overton Grange School (London South)

And finally...


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Clubbing together to inspire the next generation

Growing up, my father and brother were both engineers, so we were always having fun designing, building and fixing things. When I came to choosing a career, I wanted one that I would enjoy and be good at, that would be useful to society, something practical and creative but also challenging. Engineering was really my only option!I studied engineering at...

An out of this world astronomy club

When I was growing up, I always had an interest in space. It started when my uncle showed me Saturn when I was about 7 and from then on I was hooked.To cut a long story short, I craved to learn more about astronomy. As I moved through school, I was never encouraged to take a ‘different’ career path. I wasn’t a great academic so I slipped into what was easy...