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Get Quantum Ambassadors into your classroom to inspire your students

Our Quantum Technology programme connects A level physics and computing students with professionals working in the field of quantum technology. Understand the development of technology and how experts are working towards an exciting future.Benefits of the programme:free visits from Quantum Ambassadors, leading researchers in their fieldsfree...

STEM Ambassadors: working together to engage, inspire and impact

The UK is currently facing a huge STEM skills shortage. New findings from STEM Learning shows that 73% of businesses have found it more difficult to hire staff in the last 12 months.The STEM Ambassadors programme is working to close the UK’s skills gap by raising young people’s skills, aspirations and knowledge of STEM careers. We are calling on...

Free conference to support further education

Leading STEM: developing technical and vocational education and trainingConference for FE leadersMonday 12 November, Postal Museum, LondonLeading STEM is a must-attend conference for middle and senior leaders in Further Education, designed to help you increase the impact of your leadership in STEM.With an impressive array of educational and...

Future Talent LIVE: leadership and skills for the future

Future Talent LIVE, a free one-day event for headteachers and leaders in education, is designed to help you increase the impact of your leadership.The event will be taking place on 4 October 2018 at the Royal Geographic Society in London.Future Talent LIVE will be packed full of keynotes and panel discussions. Hear how you can increase the...

Capture your imagination with the Wellcome Photography Prize

Do you want to inspire others to think differently about health, medicine and science? Enter the Wellcome Photography Prize.Wellcome is inviting photographers and image makers from all disciplines to get involved, with the overall winner receiving a prize of £15,000.Whether you are a research scientist, a documentary or clinical photographer, an...

STEM Inspiration Awards: be rewarded with a trip to CERN

We’re excited to announce that the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) is sponsoring our 2018 STEM Inspiration Awards and sending the winners to the world-renowned CERN in Switzerland!The STEM Inspiration Awards aim to celebrate people who go above and beyond to inspire and engage young people with STEM subjects. Whether you’re a STEM...

Acute high-tech skills shortage revealed

At a time of record employment rates, British businesses are struggling to recruit qualified workers in high-tech fields at a cost of more than £1.5 billion a year.The STEM Skills Indicator reveals there are 173,000 vacancies in roles that require training in science, technology, engineering or maths, with seven in 10 (73%) affected businesses...

Celebrating success: GCSE results announced

Today, hundreds of thousands of students across the UK are celebrating after receiving their GCSE results.Figures show there were more than five million entries in GCSEs in England this year, up 0.9% on last year, despite a decrease in the number of 16-year-olds in the population.Following on from the introduction of reformed maths and English...

Budding engineers get their chance to shine

If you were an engineer, what would you do? This is the challenge at the heart of the Leaders Award.A free, UK-wide competition, the Leaders’ Award, organised by Primary Engineer, has been designed to spark the interest of children from 3-18 years in engineering.As well as supporting the curriculum requirements of literacy, vocabulary and...

Inspiring the next generation on an international scale

In June, Ford Motor Company Material Planning and Logistics employees Darren Bull and Colin Foley travelled to Estonia to be main hosts for the Estonian International Open Championships 2018 for the First LEGO League.The First LEGO League challenges students to think like scientists and engineers. Guided by adult coaches, teams must research a...

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