Getting Started – STEM Club Workshop
Welcome to our events section! Please use the tabs below to find the right event for you. We have events that teachers can book groups of students onto, we have events aimed just at teachers & ones tailored for STEM Ambassadors too... don't you feel special!
Getting Started – STEM Club WorkshopBook onto Event
This workshop’s aim is to assist schools to start and sustain STEM clubs through their first 18 months, providing valuable information that will support and guide club leaders. The workshop is open to state-funded secondary schools, sixth form and FE colleges across England with KS3, 4 or 5 provision.
Teacher Twilight Event at Sensor CitySuitable For: All secondary schools & All teachers
Unilever Bright Futures Programme 2018-19 – Teacher TwilightSuitable For: State-funded secondary schools
Big Bang North West 2019! BOOK TO ATTENDSuitable For: All schools, All teachers, Primary schools & Secondary schools
Operational Research Society TrainingSuitable For: All ambassadors & All teachers
Getting Started – STEM Club WorkshopSuitable For: State-funded FE Colleges, State-funded secondary schools & State-funded sixth forms
All About STEM is always out and about. Here we bring you stories of what we’ve done and news items about things we’re planning. We’re adding new items regularly so come back to see what we’re up to.
All About STEM: Engineering Your Future schoolgirl returns as inspirational expert!
What a sensational success story! We are excited to introduce you to our amazing STEM Ambassador, Krystina Pearson-Rampeearee. A few years ago Krystina attended an Engineering Your Future event on a school excursion and the experienced professionals, informative exhibits and ...View our news
Secondary Schools: Enter The Making Musical Waves Challenge
The Mathematics of Waves and Materials group at the University of Manchester are launching the “Making Musical Waves Challenge” this summer term. Team registration opens in April, but teachers can register interest on their website now! This is a cross-curricular STEM ...View our news