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. 

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

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    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

  • CanSat competition


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


Get inspired

Get involved with International Women in Engineering Day

International Women in Engineering Day takes place annually on 23 June and aims to raise the profile of the amazing career opportunities open to females in this vast and varied industry.Organised by the Women’s Engineering Society, this year’s theme is “Raising the Bar”. As 2018 is the Year of Engineering, this year’s...

STEM Clubs Network - Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, South and East Yorkshire


Thank you to all of the STEM Ambassadors in the NMSEY hub who expressed an interest in joining the STEM Clubs network.  We had a great first meeting discussing the wealth of skills, knowledge and resource we can offer STEM clubs at schools and in the community. 

The next meeting will...


STEM Clubs: bridging the gap between primary and secondary school

Jackie Flaherty is an ESERO-UK Space Ambassador, Director of STEM at Chipping Campden School and an Ogden Trust Teacher Fellow. We chatted to her about her experience of setting up a STEM Club and the journey the club has been on over the last six years.What motivated you to start a STEM Club?I was lucky to be part of the Tim Peake Primary Project in the...