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Zoom: STEM Clubs Workshop – How to Be Successful & Thriving
Join us on Zoom for our latest STEM Club Workshop!
Club leaders will gain inspiration, ideas and practical tips for developing their club, as well as an understanding of the importance of STEM Clubs and an appreciation of the vital role the STEM Club leader has in supporting and enthusing students.
The workshop is open to secondary schools, Sixth Form and FE colleges across England with KS3, KS4 and KS5 provision.
The workshop includes practical activities, opportunities to network and the sharing of best practice. The workshop explores the following topics:
-consider the definition of a ‘Thriving and Successful’ club and the STEM Clubs criteria
-how to maintain interest with senior leadership, parents, local industry, community, students and how club leader skills can translate into the classroom
-promoting best practice through support networks and collaboration
-how to enhance student engagement by creating opportunities for responsibility and looking at ways to enhance essential skills and raise careers awareness
-understanding the benefits of impact, student evaluation and recognition schemes and how to gather evidence
-identifying challenges, competitions, projects and activities that engage student interest and how to plan activities, adapt projects and avoid potential pitfalls
-adding extra benefit through trips and visitors
-identifying funding sources and grants available nationally, regionally and locally; and exploring how to apply for grants and understand what information organisations are seeking
-generating opportunities, ideas or projects that could produce funding
-seeking materials and resources and how to approach local companies
Date: Thursday 09th December 2021 – 3:30 pm
Suitable For: State-funded FE Colleges, State-funded secondary schools & State-funded sixth forms
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