Siemens interactive games

Siemens have created a number of high-quality engaging online interactive games and activities for pupils of all ages covering many aspects of the STEM curriculum.  Topics range from cybersecurity to carbon emissions; programming to dressing a site worker in appropriate personal protective clothing. Many of the games are accompanied by teacher guidance on how to include the games in a lesson and how to extend them with other activities.



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Infinity STARship

Siemens Infinity STARship (Sustainable Technology Autonomous Robots) provides an immersive gateway to Siemens Education resources aimed at secondary aged pupils.  By exploring the STARship and the resources within it, students will earn points for participating in quizzes and engaging with the onboard content which...

Decarbonisation Game

This resource from Siemens consists of an interactive online game and some curriculum linked extension resources.  The activities inform students, aged 11 to 16, about various features of the climate crisis and then challenges them to draw all the information together to form an overall view. 

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Energy farm

This interactive online game from Siemens introduces students to the opportunities and challenges presented by different energy technologies. Students are required to implement an energy system that meets the demand to run a farm whilst minimising the cost and environmental impact. 


Energy Island

This resource from Siemens consists of a series of lessons based around a cross curriculum interactive online game designed for KS3 and KS4 students to develop knowledge across mathematics, science and technology. Students are required to select an energy plan for the energy island from several technologies. As...