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Leading the way

With pupil numbers on the rise, the need and importance of having high-quality leaders is growing year on year, making it essential to encourage more people into a leadership role.So if you are new to leading a department, or are aspiring to become a head of department in the future, these courses are perfect to help you develop both your skills...

The Big Spotacular: raising money for Children in Need

From 13-17 November 207, thousands of nurseries and schools will be wearing spotty fancy dress, selling spotty cakes and taking part in sponsored spotty challenges. This is all to raise money for BBC Children in Need, helping to change the lives of disadvantaged children from across the UK.Children will also participate in an exclusive fundraising...

Get involved with British Science Week 2018

British Science Week is an annual celebration of all things science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Running from 9-18 March 2018, thousands of activities will be taking place across the UK for people of all ages.To make it even easier for you to get involved, the British Science Association has a number of grant schemes to support you in...

Cisco Little Big Futures: win an Internet of Things Explorer Kit

To celebrate the launch of Cisco’s Little Big Futures, we’re giving you the chance to win one of these Internet of Things Explorer Kits.To get involved, all you need to do is tweet a photo of you, your colleagues or your students working on any of the Little Big Futures one hour resources. Make sure to use the hashtag #LittleBigFutures in your...

Be recognised for your impact: Kavli Education Medal

The Kavli Education Medal is awarded by the Royal Society to an individual who has made a significant impact on science or mathematics education within the UK.Awarded every two years, the recipient will be called upon to deliver a lecture at a specialist scientific or educational meeting or for the general public.The next round of nominations will...

Ultimate STEM lesson for Ultimate STEM Challenge winners

Broadcaster and documentarian Reggie Yates joined students of Bredon Hill Academy in Worcestershire recently for the Ultimate STEM Lesson.The special one-off lesson was the students’ prize for winning this year’s Ultimate STEM Challenge competition, a national school science competition from the BP Educational Service, with the final held in March...

The Big Bang Fair 2018: bringing STEM to life

The Big Bang Fair offers a world of inspiration for young people and brings learning to life.Taking place from 14-17 March 2018 at the NEC in Birmingham, visitors are spoilt for choice with hands-on activities and a range of stage shows.This fair provides a fantastic opportunity for young people to see STEM brought to life in an unexpected way and...

The Little Big Futures has launched!

Cisco and STEM Learning have relaunched the Little Big Awards for 2017 which has now been renamed to the Little Big Futures.The Internet of Things is about connecting everyday objects to send, receive and process data to solve real-world issues. The Little Big Futures programme is aimed at students aged 11-14 and has a collection of five one-...

Survey of STEM teachers: your views matter

IFF Research is conducting a survey of national importance with secondary school and sixth form (or equivalent) STEM teachers.The Engineering Brand Monitor survey, now in its ninth year, is conducted annually and is the UK’s most authoritative source of data on perceptions of STEM subjects and careers.For the 2017 survey to be a success, IIF...

Build a rocket for 2018: get involved in the UK Youth Rocketry Challenge

Do you know a team of young people aged 11-18 who love problem-solving and have strong interests in STEM subjects?Get them signed up for the UK Youth Rocketry Challenge!The competition is a great way to engage young people in STEM subjects through the building, designing and launching of a model rocket.The UK winners will compete against teams...

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