STEM Directory

The STEM Directory is a database of providers offering STEM enhancement and enrichment to schools and colleges locally and nationally.  Teachers can easily search for shows, workshops, debates, challenges, visiting speakers and more.

Find exciting opportunities for in-class support, memorable days out, and engaging projects to motivate your students.

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School of Noise - Exploring Sound

The School of Noise delivers practical workshops exploring music and the science of sound. With a mix of demonstrations and hands-on use of equipment, our activities provide a creative and educational event to support the curriculum, STEM and enrichment learning. “Thank you for a great day. The children...

Fun Science West Lancs

At Fun Science West Lancs, we provide science assemblies, spectacular science shows, workshops, and after school science clubs, as well as slime stalls, rocket launches and explosions for school fayres etc. We can travel to most of North West England.Our aim is to foster within children a life long passion for...

Howsham Mill

Howsham Mill is an 18th Century watermill near Malton in North Yorkshire.  It has been restored as an education centre in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  With an Archimedean Screw turbine and water wheel, Howsham Mill generates renewable energy.  Our free school visits and activities...

Explorer Dome Hands-On Science Shows

Explorer Dome is UniqueHands-On ScienceWe believe that the best way to learn is by doing – that’s why all of our shows are fully interactive, making Explorer Dome shows 100% presenter-led, hands-on and unforgettable!“I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” (Confucius)...

Crumble Coding

These fantastic workshops allow students to find out how things are made, how they work and how they are controlled.  Investigating machines such as cars, traffic lights, instruments, parking sensors, lighthouses makes students think about the man-made world around them and how it works.  The Crumble...

LEGO WeDo (Robotics for younger pupils) Activity Day

A brief description of how the workshop would be run?:Up to 18 programmable LEGO WeDo kits for the pupils to use (in pairs).Build a model and program it to do some simple tasks with motors and sensors.Programming can be done using simple LEGO block-programming software and/or ScratchWhat age groups?:Works best...

Robotics Roadshows

 The Robotics Roadshow offers the opportunity to teach pupils about basic technology / computer science skills and concepts to solve practical challenges.The Robotics Roadshow makes coding fun, accessible and easy to teach. The session helps educate pupils on the fundamental principles of computer science via...

Lego Design and Technology workshop

Lego Design and Technology workshops that link to lots of topics. Brunel, Ancient Greeks, moon landing, mars 2020. fair ground rides, Bridge building. Moon rovers, motorised vehicles, Victorians, WW 1&2These Lego workshops allow the children to be very creative in their design and building. They are given a...

Climate change through the eyes of the Arctic with Wicked Weather Watch

Wicked Weather Watch run a range of half and full day workshops for KS1 and KS2 to help pupils understand about climate change. We focus on the Arctic, one of the most affected areas globally, which provides an awe-inspiring backdrop for activities. Through science experiments, food tech and other creative means...

Virtual Reality Experience Day

If you’re looking to take your pupils to another world, then our Virtual Reality Headsets can offer the opportunity for a field trip with a difference. Whether you want to walk on the moon or experience a trip to mars, immerse the pupils in habitats under the sea, the rainforest or even the arctic, stand on top...

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