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Success for STEM Clubs Week

STEM Clubs Week took place from 5-10 February and celebrated the creativity of STEM Clubs from across the UK.The week was packed full of fun, inspiration, and ideas. To support you in your STEM Club activities, we launched an engaging new support package which includes five new activity resources and a best practice handbook.We have been...

STEM Learning at BCME 2018

The BCME conference is back. Held every four years, the 2018 British Congress of Mathematics Education conference will take place in Warwick on 3-6 April 2018.STEM Learning will be in attendance, you will be able to find us in the exhibition area where we will be showcasing the range of support we offer for mathematics teachers, from thousands of...

Could you be a 2018 ENTHUSE Celebration Award winner?

The ENTHUSE Celebration Awards are an annual celebration of schools, colleges, teachers and technicians. Could you be one of our 2018 winners?At STEM Learning, we believe in recognising those who invest in continuing professional development (CPD) - whether that’s as an organisation or as an individual.The ENTHUSE Celebration Awards are designed...

Get a free Internet of Things kit when you take part in the Little Big Futures!

You may have seen that we have recently launched a new set of resources for our Little Big Futures programme.These resources help your students work towards achieving a CREST Discovery award which will be funded by Cisco.We love to see how schools are getting on with these resources and what creative solutions students are coming up with. So we’ll...

Royal Society Partnership Grants open for applications

Do you have a great idea for bringing research alive in school?Grants of up to £3,000 are available to enable students aged 5-18 to carry out projects in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, computing and data science.Open to any primary or secondary school in the UK, successful projects will:deliver a better understanding of the latest...

Latest edition of Catalyst magazine published

With articles on dark matter, manta rays and terra forming, this term’s edition is bound to make you and your students say ‘wow!’Aimed at 14-19 year olds, Catalyst magazine is packed with engaging, issue-led articles written by leading academics. It comes with a handy set of teacher’s notes, so that you can bring the articles alive in the...

Royal Academy of Engineering launches new campaign to tackle engineering shortage

The Royal Academy of Engineering has launched This is Engineering, an unparalleled multi-year perception change campaign that seeks to rebrand engineering for young people, and their influencers, to encourage them to take up careers in engineering.Engineering is at the cutting edge: from robotics, machine learning and artificial intelligence, to...

Final call for secondary schools: apply for the Polar Explorer grant award

Deadline for applications extended: 5pm on 14 February 2018Open to all state-funded secondary schools, the Polar Explorer grant award is for those wishing to improve the transition in STEM subjects from primary to secondary. The award of £2,500, focuses on the following four areas:science leadershipquality of collaboration between science...

Applications open for the Autodesk Design School!

Are your students ready for the future of design and making?Applications are now open for a newly developed teacher CPD with a world leader in 3D design and engineering software, Autodesk.We’re working together this summer term to run a unique, bursary funded training event that will explore how digital design and manufacturing tools can be used...

Engineering the future: MACH 2018

MACH 2018 will be showcasing the technologies of over 600 exhibitors 09th – 13th April and the NEC Birmingham. If you and your students work with machinery MACH is a great place to get a feel for what manufacturing is all about.The show has an Education & Development Zone specifically designed for students aged 11–19, featuring companies and...

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