Bring Quantum into your classroom

 

Quantum Ambassador Programme

We provide a range of support to help teachers, supported by STEM Ambassadors, lead quantum physics activities in the classroom. You’ll be able to take students from the first quantum revolution (lasers, MRI scanners, GPS and semiconductors) up to the present day and into the future with:

  • four asynchronous lesson modules that can support science lessons and homework tasks
  • a virtual Q&A session focussing on quantum careers
  • free teaching resources for your students, written by teachers for teachers


Get involved

Inspire your students aged 16 to 19 and get them engaged in the latest developments in science and technology. There are a limited number of spaces available, register your interest and you will be among the first to receive the latest information and developments about the programme. Get involved now:
 

 

The UK has entered a global race to develop new quantum technology. Thanks to the UK National Quantum Technology Programme, an alliance of academia, industry and government are working in collaboration to accelerate the research into quantum technologies, in order to make a difference to our everyday lives.

Through a mix of government and industry funding, the UK has now committed more than one billion pounds over ten years to this coordinated programme in quantum technology. The UK has established four hubs to maintain the technological research leadership in quantum technologies, these are:
 

 

The UK National Quantum Technologies Programme is delivered by EPSRC, Innovate UK, BEIS, National Physical Laboratory (NPL), Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) and the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN).