Enhancement, Enrichment and Partnerships

Using enhancement and enrichment activities helps to promote greater engagement with STEM subjects and raises awareness of STEM careers. These resources support the establishment and utilisation of external partnerships to promote STEM subject choice and careers.

Teachers may also find the following eLibrary collections useful:

  • Future Morph videos: Materials providing careers-related contexts to support teaching of the science and mathematics subject curricula. Short video profiles of people who use science and maths in their job, linked to classroom activities.
  • Science and Maths - See Where They Can Take You: Videos showcasing a wide range of exciting, aspirational and rewarding careers available to those studying science and mathematics. The examples also aim to challenge young students' perceptions of where those subjects can lead.


Role Models

This collection contains supporting materials and resources from the Department for Education to support professionals from STEM business and industry, such as STEM Ambassadors, who are taking part in schools or community enrichment activities.

Work Experience

These resources have been produced to support teachers, learners, employers and anyone involved in work experience to develop strategies for creating good quality placements for young people aged 14–19. The materials include a quick guide, with practical examples, and a video that explores placements in the context...

20 Top Tips for a Successful STEM Careers Day

This resource from the Department for Education provides some useful tips on how to organise a successful STEM careers day: from contacting your local STEM broker and organising exciting activities to involving sixth formers and STEM local employers.

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