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Remote lessons available to support with home teaching

ScienceWe have designed a range of remote lessons across all the key stages and science subjects covering a range of topics, including evolution, forces and the human body. Created and recorded by subject experts, these lessons can be accessed at any time of day, making it easy to fit into your home learning schedule.We understand that learning...

Fascinating facts in new home learning videos from Dallas Campbell

Perfect paper planes, bra designs in spacesuits, and bacon sandwiches for astronauts are all covered in a new collection of home learning videos made by TV science presenter Dallas Campbell, as part of STEM Learning’s education support for young people and families.Dallas, presenter of shows such as Bang Goes the Theory, The Gadget Show and...

Business breakfast event: supporting STEM education

How can we help address the attainment gap that is widening during the COVID-19 crisis? This was one of the key questions asked at STEM Learning’s first virtual business breakfast last month, and now forms the basis of the next one on 2 June. April’s event saw a panel made up of representatives from STEM Learning and Jacobs joined by over 70...

Stargazing, circus tricks and geology rocks - Virtual Marra Camp has it all!

The Marra Camp, an international educational event, is open to all for 2020. The event is hosted by the Northumberland Scouts and supported by STEM Ambassadors.Taking place 22 to 25 May, the theme for this year is ‘carnival’ and all the activity sessions are being brought to you virtually. You must register prior to the event and...

It’s time to get up, move our bodies, and train like an astronaut!

We’re really excited to announce that families, not just school groups, can now join the ongoing Walk to the Moon Challenge and complete Mission X activities to earn points and help our mascots, Luna and Leo, walk to the moon.We have created fun, easy, space-themed activities for all Train like an Astronaut Challenges, where anyone can participate...

How to engage children in home learning

Professor Paul Howard-Jones of Channel 4’s The Secret Life of Four & Five Year Olds has teamed up with STEM Learning to share his knowhow on the science of how children learn. In his latest video, released on 6 May, Paul answers questions from parents and carers, including:Is there a difference between how mothers and fathers teach their...

STEM Ambassadors Live

On the 7 May STEM Ambassadors will be presenting a day of live streamed activities for schools and students at home.UPDATE: Unfortunately we have taken the decision to cancel the rest of the live stream for STEM Ambassadors Live. We have experienced too many technical issues today and we don’t want to disappoint you further if videos...

STEM Ambassadors now offering online activities

We have just released an update to the website which allows teachers to arrange online activities with a STEM Ambassador. Any activity created now has an ‘online’ checkbox as well a place to enter a link to a video conferencing call if required. This means teachers now have access to 30,000+ STEM Ambassadors from across the UK, so think big...

Launching our free home learning support for children aged 4-19 with a video from Tim Peake

We’re delighted to launch our free home teaching and learning support for families with a first video featuring British astronaut Tim Peake answering children’s questions about space.Suitable for young people aged 4-19, our subject experts have carefully selected more than 300 activities and materials available from our bank of over 14,000...

Running STEM Clubs online

We’re excited to announce the launch of our new and unique online course for teachers, parents, STEM Ambassadors, technicians and home-schoolers that want to run a STEM Club remotely or online.Free to access and facilitated through an online community group, this course will take a total of three hours to complete, with a live, interactive...

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