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Narrowing the gaps from data to impact: the golden thread

Using data to identify low attainment, weak progress and gaps in attainment has long been a focus of schools. This National Strategies booklet, published in 2009, aims to support senior teams, in both primary and secondary phases, by setting out a practical approach for seeing analysis through to impact...
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Good leadership of science is essential in the primary classroom

I still remember the day I was asked to the head’s office to be told I was the new Science Co-ordinator. To me, this was exciting as I finally got chance to get my teeth into leading a subject I had a genuine interest in.  However, to others, this moment comes with a sense of dread, facing the management of a core subject which has been the ‘poor...

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...

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...


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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...


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Young Engineers LEGO for STEM Education

Young Engineers offers educational LEGO® based workshops and school clubs to support nursery and primary school aged children to develop their STEM understanding and awareness.Our events can range from 90 minutes to a full day sessions. Children build moving LEGO® models that demonstrate STEM concepts. We...

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Festival of Triangles

Festival of Triangles is a whole-school celebration of maths.In essence, it's a triangle-themed maths week that leads up to an event, usually held on a Thursday straight after school, to which you invite your whole school community.During the week, children carry out activities that build up excitement as well as...

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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...


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Nominees announced for National ENTHUSE Celebration Awards

Finalists for the National ENTHUSE Celebration Awards have been announced in the build-up to the annual event, which takes place on 26 June in London.Celebrating the inspirational teachers and technicians around the UK, the awards recognise excellence in education at all levels in science, technology, engineering and...

STEM and STEAM for Cartography

Mini Map Makers is creating a Poster for STEM and STEAM for Cartography. How Cartography interacts with the elements! This is working progress and a draft copy will be out soon!
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14 September 2017

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