The STEM Clubs programme

We're here to help you with every step of planning, establishing and growing a STEM Club in your secondary school. Explore our range of workshops and discover which of our STEM Club Champions is offering guidance and support in your area.

 

​​STEM Clubs workshops


  •   WORKSHOP

    Getting started


    New to STEM Clubs? Learn how to set up and grow your club over the first 18 months. 


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      WORKSHOP

    How to be successful and thriving


    Moving beyond the first 18 months, this course focuses on how to sustain your STEM Club, keeping it vibrant and thriving.


  •   WORKSHOP

    Enhancing employability skills and careers knowledge

    Learn how to support the schools careers awareness agenda and incorporate employability skills into your sessions.

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      WORKSHOP

    Measuring impact and gaining recognition

    Learn how to measure the benefits and impact that your STEM Club has on your students, your school and on your own professional development. 

Supported by the Gatsby Foundation, the workshops are part of the STEM Clubs expansion programme that enables us to offer face-to-face and online support to grow STEM Clubs provision in state-maintained schools in England. This initiative will also help schools to deliver the Gatsby Career Benchmarks by connecting STEM careers and providing opportunities to link with industry professionals and STEM Ambassadors.


Find your STEM Clubs Champion

STEM Clubs workshops are delivered across England by the newly appointed STEM Clubs Champions. They will be reaching out to all state-maintained secondary schools in England with a focus on driving growth and developing STEM Clubs in their local areas.

Use the map to locate your nearest Champion or contact
SCC-support@stem.org.uk for more information.

About STEM Club Champions

We have enlisted STEM Club Champions across England to help deliver face-to-face support in secondary schools; free CPD workshops and regular networking events. They will focus on driving growth and developing the programme in their local areas and will be reaching out to all state-maintained secondary schools in England to sustain and grow their own clubs, as well as offering additional support to start STEM Clubs within schools. The Champions have been selected for their strong links with secondary schools and experience in engaging, training and supporting teachers. In addition they will encourage schools to set up STEM Clubs.​