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Celebrating STEM Clubs

We are excited to announce the launch of our new STEM Clubs programme material this February.The UK STEM Clubs programme, a national initiative led by STEM Learning, can support schools, employers, youth groups and colleges to take the next step; whether that’s establishing a new Club or reinvigorating an existing one. We have developed...

Royal Astronomical Society honour leading astronomers and geophysicists

The Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) announced the 2018 winners of its awards, medals and prizes last week. Each year the RAS recognises significant achievement in the fields of astronomy and geophysics through these awards.The announcements were made at the Ordinary Meeting of the Society held on Friday 12 January 2018. The winners will be...

Updates to our website terms and conditions

We take the care of your personal data seriously. As a result, we have made some changes to our website’s terms and conditions and updated our privacy policy.Our privacy policy is designed to help you better understand how we use your personal data.The other changes to the terms and conditions reflect the new products, services and programmes that...

Deliver effective STEM activities with our programme of online CPD

STEM Learning has developed a free programme of online CPD, aimed at STEM Ambassadors and other volunteers who undertake STEM activities with young people.In 2016, we undertook some research and asked our community of over 30,000 STEM Ambassadors about their training needs as volunteers. The consensus was that learning how to undertake practical...

Don’t forget to enter the BP Ultimate STEM Challenge

The deadline for entering the Ultimate STEM Challenge is fast approaching, make sure you enter your team before the 12 January 2018.Now in its fourth year of running, the Ultimate STEM Challenge aims to build confidence and team working skills in students. It is also the perfect way to inspire students with STEM careers.This year’s theme is ‘My...

The Smallpeice Trust: programme of 2018 courses released

The Smallpeice Trust has released the first phase of their programme of residential courses for 2018.Over the last academic year, through 700 residential and STEM day programmes, The Smallpeice Trust helped more than 50,000 students to imagine the great things they were capable of achieving in STEM subjects.Following on from their success in the...

What the industrial strategy means for you

Last week, the Government released their Industrial Strategy: Building a Britain fit for the future. But what does it mean for you?Currently, around 40% of employers report a shortage of STEM graduates as being a key barrier to recruiting appropriate staff. Similarly, the number of students studying STEM-related courses reduces as they progress...

Get ready for spring with 100% discount on selected course fees

We’ve selected a handful of spring primary and secondary and FE courses that will get you set for 2018 and put a 100% discount offer on the activity fee to make it even easier to access our high quality CPD.PrimaryTo get 100% off the activity fee for the following primary CPD activities, use the discount code SPRING18PRI when booking. Take a look...

Inspire your students with the UK Junior Water Prize

We all want to inspire students to go further with their study of STEM subjects. This annual competition, organised by CIWEM, in partnership with the Stockholm International Water Institute, is the perfect way to do this.Aimed at students aged 15 to 20*, the UK Junior Water Prize inspires students to solve our biggest global environmental...

National Marine Aquarium grants programme

There has never been a more crucial time for a wider understanding of the oceans and the threats they face.Often the key to increasing awareness is to encourage smaller projects managed by individuals, community groups, schools, or other conservation charities. Such projects, however worthy, often face challenges in raising the small amounts of...

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