The Smallpiece Trust: Summer of STEM 2024
June 17th 2024

The Smallpiece Trust: Summer of STEM 2024

Summer of STEM 2024

Are you passionate about science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM)?
Do you want to dive deep into the world of coding, robotics, or perhaps explore the mysteries of the human body through biomedical science? If your answer is yes, then now is the time to act!
With a selection of residential and day courses happening at red brick universities and also a handful of virtual courses – this year, The Smallpeice Trust is providing a variety of courses, suitable for everyone!

Follow the links to find out more about some of their courses and book your place.

EE – North

Set against the backdrop of the University of Manchester, this unique experience is tailored for students in Year 8 and 9 in England and Wales, S2 and S3 in Scotland, and Year 9 and 10 in Northern Ireland. Combining fun, action-packed days with a programme of evening social activities, this course is run by an experienced team of Smallpeice youth delivery experts and supervisors and is delivered in partnership with IMI Truflo Marine.
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Agri-Tech Engineering

On this residential course, students will discover the possibilities of sustainable farming practices while ensuring long-term food security for the UK. You’ll dive into an immersive experience using robots, helping you to unleash your creative programming and practical skills as you tackle real-world challenges aimed at feeding the world efficiently while minimising environmental impact. This course is for Year 10 students in England and Wales, S4 students in Scotland, and Year 11 students in Northern Ireland.
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EE – Virtual

Run over four fun, action-packed half-days, this virtual Engineering Experience course will challenge like-minded young people to put their STEM skills to the test, from the comfort of their own home. This course is for 12 to 14-year-old students (Years 8/9 or equivalent). The course covers three different areas of engineering: cyber security, electrical and space engineering. Alongside hands-on activities, such as creating prototypes. Students will also refine their problem-solving ability, a key skill for engineers.
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Future Cities – Virtual

In this course you will find out how civil engineers design and build environmentally-friendly infrastructure and also manage and maintain existing infrastructure, ensuring its future sustainability. By completing this course, you will learn how you can contribute to the society of the future as a civil engineer. This course is for Year 12 England and Wales, S6 Scotland and Year 13 Northern Ireland.
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