KS3, KS4 and above: Delve deep within to float inside a gigantic cell. From organisms to organelles, discuss the units of life - their scale, diversity in form and function and the genetic code. DNA, cloning, and the future of genetic engineering.
We want to stimulate curiosity in science for all, regardless of age, gender, background or ability. Our science shows:
- Allow for questions to share interests and explore ideas
- Treat every child as unique, supporting personal development
- Promote observation, prediction and exploration
- Encourage imagination, creative and critical thinking
- Support and enhance the Curriculum across subject areas
The STEM Directory is provided as a service to support you in finding enrichment opportunities. The activities are offered by external providers and are not endorsed by STEM Learning. We are not responsible for their content or delivery.
Grants for school
The Royal Institution runs two enrichment and enhancement grant schemes. Grants of up to £500 are available to UK-registered state schools to host a STEM activity selected from the STEM Directory.
There are a number of other organisations that offer grants to schools.
|Published||13 September 2017|
|Last modified||13 September 2017|
|Nature of scheme||In-school visit|
|Subject(s)||Science, Biology, Working scientifically, Practical work, Outside the classroom, Enquiries and investigations|
|Age||11-14, 14-16, 16-19|
|Running times||1-4 hours|
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