Design and technology teacher

Planning, preparing and implementing the new design and technology GCSEs

Simon James is Head of Department at The Warriner School in Bloxham near Banbury. We chatted to him about the new design and technology GCSEs and the opportunities and challenges they will provide for both the teachers and his students.

At key stage 4, our department is teaching GCSEs in food preparation...

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....

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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? ...

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...

Evaluating the impact of the CREST Silver Award

The British Science Association will be evaluating the impact of the CREST Silver Award and are looking to recruit up to 200 secondary schools in England to participate in a randomised control trial.Half the participating schools will be randomly assigned, by computer, to the ‘treatment’ group and will deliver the CREST Silver Award in 2017-...

Let Teachers SHINE competition now open

The 2017 Let Teachers SHINE competition is currently accepting applications.SHINE is an education charity that gives children the opportunity to acquire the skills and confidence they need to turn their potential into success at school and beyond, irrespective of their background or family income.They support educational programmes to raise the...

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...

3D modelling: getting started with Fusion 360

Fusion 360 is an online tool that supports the design and rendering of 3D products, assembley of parts and testing of designs through in built simulation software.For anyone looking to find out more about Fusion 360 and get to grips with the software, here are a few handy hints from Steve Taylor, Autodesk Partnership Development Executive at...

Inspire the next generation of cyber security experts

Following on from the success of 2016, young people across the UK will once again have the chance to take part in an expanded range of CyberFirst courses.Designed by cyber security experts from the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (part of GCHQ), the nationwide courses will be delivered by experienced training partner QA, and the national...

The British Science Association would like your feedback

The CREST Awards scheme is the British Science Association’s (BSA) flagship programme for young people, providing science enrichment activities to inspire and engage 5 to 19 year olds.It is the only nationally recognised accreditation scheme for project work in science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects.CREST gives students the...

Maths in Context: making mathematics relevant to real life

The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) runs the Maths in Context programme, which involves training teachers of mathematics to use real-world contexts when teaching.The aim of the project is to make mathematics more accessible, engaging and relevant to real life, whilst also preparing students for the types of questions they might face in...

ENTHUSE Celebration Awards: celebrating educators in Northern Ireland

The Northern Irish winners of the ENTHUSE Celebration Awards were announced at a high-profile awards evening on 29 March 2017 at the Parliament Buildings, Stormont Estate, Northern Ireland.The ENTHUSE Celebration Awards recognise the dedication of teachers in the development of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects.The...

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