National Science + Engineering Competition Challenges
This Challenge Pack, from the British Science Association, aims to give students aged 11-16 and their teachers and educators support to create a science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM) project that they can enter into the National Science + Engineering Competition.
Through creating a project, young people can explore the real nature of STEM and work on specific topics just like professional scientists and engineers. The Challenge Pack aims to help young people embark on a project, giving them ideas to get started and to take their project forward. The pack has been developed with leading STEM educationalists and is supported by a range of high profile scientists and engineers.
The Challenge Pack is aimed at students aged 11-16 (Key Stages Three and Four in England and Wales) and provides suggestions for teaching materials for this audience. The pack may also be used as a basis for work with younger or older students.
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|Subject(s)||Computing, Algorithmic Thinking, Creating Media, Computer Networks, Computer Systems, Data & Information, Design & Development, Effective use of tools, Impact of technology, Programming, Safety & Security|
|Published||2010 to date|