Celebrating sisterhood

A day of celebrations: playing a part in inspiring the next generation

Even from a young age, it’s essential that students are aware of the career paths and opportunities available to them. It is especially important for girls to feel empowered and able to pursue their dream career, and I was honoured to play a small part in that. 

A Sheffield primary school, Hatfield...

Primary engineering

Bringing engineering into the primary classroom

There is definitely a buzz around Rode Heath at the moment and I can’t help feel that it has something to do with our engineering project…

One of the most important ways of engaging children in their learning, is to make it fun and purposeful. At Rode Heath, we are achieving that through our Think Like...

School experiment

A day like no other: filming science demonstrations with Professor Brian Cox

Looking back on my experience regarding teaching science with Professor Brian Cox, I questioned myself about how it all started.

What seems like a long time ago now, the Royal Society contacted me, as science leader of Britannia Village Primary School, about the chance to teach a science lesson with one...

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Senedd plays host to ENTHUSE Celebration Awards

Last night teachers and technicians attended a prestigious awards event at the Senedd in Cardiff.Celebrating education in Wales and the South West of England, winners were announced in six categories. These winners will go on to the final at the Houses of Parliament in July.Last night's winnersJACKIE FLAHERTY, CHIPPING CAMPDEN SCHOOLENTHUSE...

A season of celebration

Following an incredibly successful ENTHUSE Celebration Award ceremony in Northern Ireland, we are holding further heats across the UK.The ENTHUSE Celebration Awards celebrate the impact of CPD on teachers and technicians, their schools and colleges - and ultimately - their students. London and the South East of EnglandToday, nominees...

Primary teachers – get inspired

This summer, STEM Learning has a whole host of exciting and engaging summer schools and conferences taking place.Whether you are looking for support with STEM Clubs, ways of linking space into the curriculum or simply looking for new inspiration for your lessons, we have something for you.What’s coming up? Primary conferences on your...

Save the Children’s Den Day returns for 2017

Save the Children’s Den Day, an educational interactive fundraising event for schools, is returning for a third year on Friday 16 June 2017.Den Day calls on schools to join in with a creative, fun adventure as pupils build dens together and raise money to ensure children have a safe place to sleep and play. In 2016, 600,000 children signed up to...

Premier League launches Premier League Primary Stars

The Premier League has launched its most ambitious community programme to date, Premier League Primary Stars, with the aim of supporting 10,000 primary schools in England and Wales by 2019.The programme was developed alongside industry experts Edcoms, the PSHE Association and National Literacy Trust.There are free downloadable resources available...

Engineering photography competition for students

What do your students think that engineering looks like?Engineering is shaping the world around us and improving the quality of our everyday lives. Traditional images of engineering and engineers have focused on hard hats and dirty overalls – the IET has launched a competition that is looking to change that image.The IET International Engineering...

Architecture in Schools 2017 has launched

Architecture in Schools is a pioneering education programme for primary schools in London.Pupils from Years 4, 5 and 6 will be partnered with architects, engineers and designers as part of Open-City’s annual architecture programme.Children will visit key London buildings, take part in creative classroom workshops, develop their design project...

Bring your badge to work: a new STEM Ambassadors community initiative!

We are excited to announce the launch our STEM Ambassadors network’s first community initiative on social media, entitled “bring your badge to work”.The concept of the campaign is to celebrate and inspire our volunteers, to tie in with the launch of our new badges. Starting from today and over the next few months, we are looking for STEM...

STEM Learning magazines: tell us what you think and be in with a chance of winning

At the start of the spring term we published issue 5 of the STEM Learning magazines, full of practical ways for you to make 2017 the year of trying something different and inspiring your students.We hope that you have read a copy, either in print or online, and found it to be both informative and engaging.Let us know what you thinkWe have created...

ENTHUSE Partnerships open for entries

On 10 February 2017, ENTHUSE Partnerships reopened for entries.ENTHUSE Partnerships are groups of between four and eight local schools and/or colleges in England. These groups can apply for a grant of up to £12,000 and can use this money to work together and address local issues of underachievement in science, technology, engineering and...

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