Enrichment

There are plenty of ways you can deliver enrichment activities and find volunteers to support you. Encourage young people to develop important life skills through enrichment and engage with the wider community in a practical, enjoyable and meaningful ways. 

From enrichment activities to finding volunteers, find out how STEM Learning can support you.

STEM Ambassador

STEM AMBASSADORS

Find a volunteer to help and deliver your enrichment activities, or, discover how to become a STEM Ambassador?

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​ESERO-UK

Discover free resources, support and information to enhance the teaching and learning of STEM using space as a context.


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STEM CLUBS

STEM Clubs are a fun way to teach and learn the STEM subjects. We have a range of useful tips and resources to get you started.

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RRS Sir David Attenborough

Polar Explorer Programme

Raise aspirations and attainment in STEM and inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers through a range of resources themed around the new polar research vessel.

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STEM DIRECTORY

An easy way to enhance teaching science, technology, engineering and maths. Search for an activity or add your own.

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QUANTUM TECHNOLOGIES

Bring quantum Ambassadors and researchers in the field of quantum physics into your A-level classroom to bring cutting-edge physics and technology to life. 

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Competitions and awards

Getting students involved in competitions and challenges are a fantastic way of engaging them with STEM subjects, whilst building their confidence, teamwork and practical skills.

Whether the competitions form part of your lessons or are completed during STEM Clubs, pupils of all ages can get involved. 

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Featured competition

These one and five-hour resources introduce upcoming technologies that will soon be part of everyday life. You can use the extended resources to gain a Cisco-funded CREST Discovery Award.

Latest news

Quantum Technology: Tomorrow's Frontier

The first quantum revolutionEinstein’s work on light and matter interacting led to him observing the “photoelectric effect”. This work ultimately led to the invention of semiconductors, atomic clocks, satellite navigation, lasers, MRI scanners and many other devices that use quantum mechanics – the first quantum revolution.The work currently being done by...

Royal Institution grant scheme for enriching maths teaching now open

The Royal Institution (Ri) is offering UK state schools, academies and colleges grants of up to £500 to host a maths enrichment and enhancement activity for their teachers and students.Funded by the Clothworkers’ Foundation, the scheme is designed to integrate maths-related activities (such as shows, talks and...

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...