Primary science online course

The key to engaging primary science

‘Social learning’, questioning and discussion are key to supporting primary pupils to develop their understanding of the world around them, so in our online course Teaching Primary Science: Getting Started we practice what we preach.

Led by primary specialist facilitators, to connect online learners with each other,...

STEM Ambassador online courses

How volunteers can maximise their impact in the classroom

Natalie Cheung is a civil engineer, STEM Ambassador, STEM Ambassador coordinator and online course mentor.

As a member of the STEM London Hub team which helps deliver the STEM Ambassador programme in London, I meet lots of STEM Ambassador volunteers with different backgrounds and careers. They have different levels of...

Enthuse in early years

The power to ENTHUSE in early years

ENTHUSE Partnerships are part of a funding initiative which aims to provide the support necessary to inspire young people into STEM subjects and careers. They enable groups of schools to improve young people’s achievement and engagement in STEM, developing a bespoke two-...

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STEM Learning magazines

Our insightful magazines contain interviews, features, news, and tips on teaching and learning in STEM-related subjects.

New partnership launched to drive uptake of STEM careers

A new partnership, the STEM Accord, has been established to provide coordinated actions to inspire more young people and particularly girls to study science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects.The STEM Accord has been created by WISE, the ERA Foundation, STEM Learning, Design and Technology Association (DATA) and the...

Book your place at the ASE National Technician’s Conference North

The ASE National Technician’s Conference North will be taking place on 5 July 2019 at the National STEM Learning Centre in York.This one day conference will consist of hands-on sessions and workshops, alongside an exclusive exhibition.With sessions on STEM Club activities, effective performance management and tips for non-specialists, there are...

New funding announced to address the gender balance in computing

The Department for Education has granted the National Centre for Computing Education £2.4 million of funding for the ‘Gender Balance in Computing’ research project.This funding comes at a crucial time in computing education, after recent research by the University of Roehampton and the Royal Society found that girls represented...

The latest STEM Learning magazines are out now

It's that time again... the new STEM Learning magazines are landing in schools this week!We have packed the magazines with engaging articles, interviews, resources and of course an overview of all our upcoming CPD to help you inspire young people in STEM.In our magazine for primary educators, we are talking about how you can take learning...

Great Science Share for Schools 2019!

Take part in this national campaign that encourages young people to share their scientific questions and investigations, bringing together schools, STEM educators and industry to support them!It’s free and easy – all you need to do is create an opportunity for young people to share their curiosity about science they care about.How? A Great Science...

Kings College London to launch an MA in STEM Education

King’s College London (KCL) is launching a new MA in STEM Education, set to commence in September 2019.The course will be taught by staff from KCL’s Centre for Research in Education in STEM. It will focus on practical STEM knowledge, STEM policy and principles, as well as emerging fields such as environmental education.The King’s team are...

£7.3 million investment in STEM teaching across the UK

Project ENTHUSE has secured £6.5 million of joint funding from the Department for Education and Wellcome, and £830,000 from business and other charitable partners (including BP, Rolls-Royce, Lloyds’ Register Foundation and Eaton) to improve the quality of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) teaching across the UK.Project...

Be inspired by the Women in STEM Conference 2019

Despite the great strides made in tackling gender equality across the employment sector, it is still apparent that women remain an underrepresented demographic within science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).According to the UNESCO 2017 Women in Science paper, women represent less than 30% of researchers globally. The Women’s...

NG Bailey supports young people with funding for STEM

NG Bailey, the UK’s leading independent engineering and services business, has underlined its commitment to future generations by funding an ENTHUSE Partnership for a group of schools close to its head office in West Yorkshire.Founded in 1921, NG Bailey has grown from a small electrical contractor to the award-winning, industry-leading business we...

Science in schools: create a buzz and inspire young people

Create a buzz about science at your school with explosive shows from the Royal Institution (Ri).As the largest national provider of school science shows in the UK, the Ri has created a bespoke Science in Schools package, which:adds to the curriculum and enhances science education, through one or two shows for pupilshelps build teaching skills and...

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