STEM Clubs

STEM Clubs are a powerful and highly enjoyable way to engage students with STEM subjects. They can be fun and fulfilling for students and club leaders, and have positive impacts for the school.

Involvement in a STEM Club can provide students with an opportunity to gain practical, teamwork and leadership skills and increase confidence in the STEM subjects, engaging them with further study of STEM subjects and the opportunity to discover STEM related careers.

Through our STEM Ambassadors and our work with schools and others, we offer are able to offer ideas, resources, activities, guidance and support, as well as places to look for potential funding when setting up a STEM club or building up an existing club within your school.



  • Getting started

    If you are thinking about starting a STEM Club for the first time, then have a look at our step by step guide and videos for support on running you own STEM Club.


    Get started



  • Resources

    Browse through a range of materials to support you in delivering exciting and inspiring activities, both inside and outside of the classroom.



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