STEM Advisory Network
As the government-funded organisation, sitting at the heart of the STEM landscape in the Merseyside, Cheshire and Warrington region, All About STEM can provide information about events, activities & resources & put you in touch with local partners to help you to deliver exciting STEM learning.
As a company, we spend lots of our time speaking with people who provide things that schools, and other youth-focused organisations, can engage with to enhance their STEM & careers provision. If you’re looking for something to support a specific lesson or activity, it’s likely that we can point you in the direction of something appropriate and, if we can’t, we can do some research on your behalf.
We share a lot of this information in a teacher/youth organisation newsletter at least once every half term. You can subscribe to our newsletter at the bottom of this page & if you have anything you would like us to include in our next mail-out, please do get in touch!
We’re here to help & we like nothing better than having the chance to meet face to face with the people we’re here to support. If you’d like the opportunity to chat or ask questions, email [email protected] or call our office on 0151 527 3823.
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