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ENTHUSE Partnerships: nurturing the innovators of the future

In collaboration with GSK, we have announced a pilot of six new fully funded GSK ENTHUSE Partnerships, bringing much-needed support to groups of schools around the UK.STEM Learning and GSK are committed to encouraging more pupils, from all backgrounds, to progress in STEM studies and careers; supporting social mobility and underpinning the UK...

Last chance to enter the 2018 ENTHUSE Celebration Awards

The ENTHUSE Celebration Awards are an annual celebration of schools, colleges, teachers and technicians.Whether you’ve undertaken CPD at the National STEM Learning Centre, locally, online or through our partners in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland, you deserve to be celebrated.We have just extended the deadline to apply for our ENTHUSE...

Sharing ideas and inspiration at CPD for maths scholars

Last month, STEM Learning hosted CPD for the Mathematics Teacher Training Scholarship Scheme, organised by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA).The scholarship gives the best maths graduates the chance to start an exciting career in teaching, with scholars receiving access to resources, two years’ free membership of professional...

We’re going on a bug hunt, are you?

The Great Bug Hunt is a competition for primary groups. It is run by the Association for Science Education, in partnership with the Royal Entomological Society.This exciting competition, now in its sixth year, fits into the curriculum and helps to develop Working Scientifically. It's a great way to get children to explore outside and...

£15,000 available to highlight science and technology achievements

The Science and Technology Facilities (STFC) Council’s Public Engagement Spark Awards have returned.Awards of up to £15,000 are available to schools and STFC scientists and engineers, facility users, museums, science communicators, and amateur astronomy groups to:encourage and support high-quality public engagement activities that highlight STFC’s...

Tell us what you think of the STEM Learning magazines (and be in with a chance of winning)

We hope you have enjoyed reading issue 8 and 9 of the STEM Learning magazines. As we move into the fourth year of the magazines, we want to ensure that they still help, support and inspire you to try something different in your classroom.Let us know what you thinkWe have created a short survey so you can tell us what you think about our...

Grants available for your engineering projects

The Engineering Education Grant Scheme provides support for UK-based educational projects that aim to increase engineering knowledge in young people aged 5-19.Funding is available for UK-based engineering projects, which aim to inspire young people with the world of engineering. As this year’s scheme is being supported by the Year of Engineering,...

Cisco Little Big Futures celebration events

We are holding two celebration events on Monday 23 April 2018 at the National STEM Learning Centre in York and Tuesday 1 May 2018 at Cisco Headquarters in London.Cisco Little Big Futures is aimed at students aged 11-14 and has a collection of resources to use across the STEM subjects and for your STEM Clubs. The resources introduce upcoming...

Bring your badge to work is back!

We are excited to announce that our STEM Ambassadors community initiative “bring your badge to work” will return this April.Designed to celebrate and inspire our volunteer network, last year’s campaign received so many fantastic responses that we have decided to run it again.Throughout the course of the month, we are looking for STEM...

Improving post-16 maths education in England’s colleges

The Mathematics in Further Education Colleges project will produce evidence-based advice on how to improve post-16 mathematics education in England’s colleges.The project explores the complex issues that affect students’ mathematics progression in further education, focusing in particular on the pathways of low-attaining 16-18 year olds.Given...

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