Listing all results (71)

Efforts to increase students’ interest in STEM studies and careers: National measures taken by 30 countries, 2015 report

This publication is the latest in a series of reports about national efforts to increase students’ interest in pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) studies and careers.


Publication date:
2010 to date

1 file


Not yet rated

CANSAT - an interesting (inter)national Computing and Technology challenge

In March I was invited to observe the CANSAT UK finals in York - and recently asked to give my own unscripted comments.  So here goes Mr Gibbs!  A random collection of honest impressions.

You can search for CANSAT of course, but in a nutshell... Small teams of students, in practice GCSE and...


College of Teaching seeks to appoint eight classroom teachers as trustees

Hello, we thought that this may be of interest to you or to share with others:

The College of Teaching is seeking to appoint eight classroom teachers to join its governing body as trustees from the Autumn term.

These teachers will be involved in leading and governing the organisation as the...


QinetiQ give us their insight

Experts in defence, aerospace and security, QinetiQ, have teamed up with us on our STEM Insight programme to give teachers an insight into the inner workings and roles of their organisation.Keen to help teachers encourage students into the study of STEM subjects, the STEM Insight programme is designed to give teachers...

Winners of 2016 STEM Inspiration Awards announced

The winners of the STEM Inspiration Awards 2016 were announced on 24 November at a prestigious event at the House of Lords.The STEM Inspiration Awards recognise the work done by a wide range of people and organisations, to enrich the experience of young people in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM...

Leadership CPD to get 2017 off to a good start

Still looking for a New Year’s resolution? We have a fantastic suite of ‘new and aspiring’ leadership courses for you and your school, a great way to start the New Year.With pupil numbers on the rise, the need and importance of having high-quality leaders is growing year on year, making it essential to encourage more...

ENTHUSE Celebration Awards - last chance to nominate

With the ENTHUSE Celebration Awards closing to nominations this weekend, you have just a couple of days left to get in applications for yourself, or to nominate a colleague or school/college.

There are categories for all phases, for schools and colleges, teachers, and technicians.

For 2017 we have...


Diversity in STEM - if not you, then who?

It is still the case that women, disabled people, people from ethnic minorities and people from socially disadvantaged groups are underrepresented in the STEM workforce at all levels.

To try and help redress this imbalance in the STEM workforce we need to ensure that the pool of talent from which the next...


Why volunteering is good for you

It’s always nice to be recognised for your efforts which is why I was delighted to be selected as one of three Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Inspirational Committee Members for 2017. Volunteering is something I have always cared about and have done throughout my life, starting as a voluntary swimming teacher whilst at sixth form college through to...

From aspiration to inspiration: our STEM Club journey

We'd love to share your STEM Club stories and hear how they've changed lives. 

Julie Brooks from Horbury Academy shares "Our STEM Club is the most regulary attended club in school - our members are loyal and enthusiastic students."

"My STEM journey started four and a half...