Volunteer award

Why volunteering is good for you

It’s always nice to be recognised for your efforts which is why I was delighted to be selected as one of three Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Inspirational Committee Members for 2017. 

Volunteering is something I have always cared about and have done throughout my life, starting as a voluntary...

Project Steminist: tackling inequality on a global stage

Two students from the City of Glasgow College are the first in Scotland to present their work at a prestigious international educational conference.

Bunmi Onanuga and Laura Phillips showcased their pioneering computer game, Eco City, at the International STEM Students’ Forum in Hong Kong....

Progression, recognition and reflection: how I became a National Expert

As a teacher and middle leader with only two years’ experience in the profession, I was delighted to receive the highest level of recognition from STEM Educators – National Expert.

Having previously held the Effective and Leading STEM Teacher levels, it was a great honour to receive the National Expert...

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Catch the robots bug

Schools are invited to enter a new competition from the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851: Catch the Robots Bug!It is a fun and simple competition to generate enthusiasm for robotics, engineering and STEM more widely. Aimed at upper primary and lower secondary schools, little or no equipment is required to enter, or prior knowledge about...

Classroom displays competition: your chance to win £100 worth of vouchers

The summer term has arrived, which can mean only one thing – our classroom displays competition has returned!Over the last few months, it has been fantastic to be able to see the thought and creativity that goes into classroom displays all around the country. As this competition has been so successful, it will be running again for another term.How...

Can your students prevent the spread of infectious disease?

The Youth Grand Challenges are a new design competition for students aged between 11 and 19, in the UK.The Youth Grand Challenges set students a design brief to create an innovative solution under the theme of infectious diseases. The competition is supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and run by the British Science Association.By...

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...

Celebration of London and South East England educators

The London and South East England winners of the ENTHUSE Celebration Awards were announced at a high-profile awards evening on 24 April 2017 at the Royal Society, in London.The ENTHUSE Celebration Awards event is now an eagerly awaited annual event, celebrating the impact of professional development on teachers, technicians, schools and colleges...

EEP Robotics Challenge: are you ready to take your students on a journey of exploration?

Tomorrow’s Engineers has invited schools across the UK to take part in the EEP Robotics Challenge.This isn’t just a one-off challenge, it’s a programme that gets 11-14 year olds working together to solve real-world engineering, technology and computing challenges.Through the challenge you can help your students develop valuable life skills like...

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...

Last chance to submit your students’ work to the Technology, Design and Innovation (TDI) Challenge

The MTA's TDI Challenge helps teachers and lecturers to promote the great work of their design and technology and engineering students and to celebrate the creativity and innovation taking place inside the curriculum.The TDI Challenge has four categories, and is open to anyone who has created an impressive design and technology project within...

Showcasing creativity and sharing ideas: winners of classroom displays competition announced

For the past few months, STEM Learning has been running a classroom displays competition – the chance for teachers to share photos of their most inspiring and creative displays.As always, we’ve received some fantastic entries, showcasing the creative talents of teachers and students around the UK. From plants and water cycles to careers and...

Secondary conferences and summer schools

Taking place throughout the summer, STEM Learning is hosting a variety of summer schools and conferences covering all areas of STEM.Not only are these conferences a fantastic chance to prepare for the next academic year, the majority of them are bursary-supported, allowing you to be inspired at a fraction of the cost.What’s coming up? ...

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