Online: Starting a STEM Club in a Primary School
May 26th 2022

Online: Starting a STEM Club in a Primary School

STEM Clubs are proven to enrich pupil learning, understanding and enjoyment of STEM subjects, helping to improve skill sets through fun and creative extra-curricular sessions.

This workshop is aimed at primary schools seeking to start or enhance STEM Club provision for pupils aged 5 to 11. The workshop includes practical activities, opportunities to network, and the sharing of best practice and explores the following topics:

  • Defining what a STEM Club is and what makes it successful and thriving
  • Exploring the benefits and impact of clubs, how they enrich the curriculum and enhance pupil learning
  • Gaining support within the school and planning club objectives
  • Where to find funding opportunities
  • Exploring ideas for practical activities
  • Planning techniques and implementation of club sessions
  • How to recruit pupils and maintain interest
  • Where to find support: STEM Ambassadors, parents, local industry etc
  • How to stretch capabilities and build in essential skills
  • Monitoring success and gathering evidence

Click here to book your place & join us!

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