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Success for STEM Clubs Week 2020

Published: Jul 8, 2020 2 min read

STEM learning

We have been overwhelmed by the amazing response from educators, STEM Ambassadors, students and parents for this year’s STEM Clubs Week. Our sustainability themed week ran from the 22 to 26 June, with a different daily theme; clean air, water and sanitation, sustainable energy, sustainable food, sustainable materials and construction.

We invited you to engage with a comprehensive range of challenges; STEM Ambassador talks and webinars delivered by STEM Club Champions and STEM professionals; and you participated in your thousands. Our videos received over 7,500 views. Amazing and thank you for all your support. Our ‘design a sustainable city’ competition received over 340 entries from primary and secondary students across the UK, congratulations to our prize winners.

Catch-up on all the action

If you missed any of our activities or want to watch any of the videos again, the good news is that you can now:

Watch again

Next steps for educators

During STEM Clubs Week we gave you the opportunity to join two CPD workshops and now we’re giving you the chance to join further workshops designed to help you with every step of planning, establishing and growing a STEM Club within your secondary school or FE college:

Book your place

We are also running the last of our free ‘Running STEM Clubs Online’ online courses the week of 13 July:

Register here

Further free support in running your STEM club is available on our website. This includes a community group for sharing ideas and seeking advice, themed activity sets, guidance on how to bring a STEM Ambassador in to support your club, information on partners that can support your club and the competitions, challenges and recognition schemes available. 

Sustainability activity and resource inspiration

If you are looking for further STEM challenges and activities to do with your students or families during Plastic Free July, we’ve selected a few sustainability-themed resources we think will inspire you: