“I really enjoyed the maths day because maths is not one of my strongest subjects but it helped me to understand maths clearly and also helped widen my mind and how I feel about the subject. The maths day has made me more confident about maths and has also helped me understand it.”
Callum Hildebrandt (Year 7)
STEMNET works with primary schools across the UK by helping young people and their teachers make links with STEM professionals in their area.
As a teacher, you can access support from thousands of volunteers with STEM backgrounds through the STEM Ambassadors programme.
STEMNET manages this national network of enthusiastic and inspiring role models and volunteers, who can help you to excite and inspire students in STEM.
All STEM Ambassadors have a STEM background, they are usually professionals and experts in their field, providing you with a free, skilled resource, to support you in the classroom.
Each STEM Ambassador is registered, trained and checked with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) in England, Wales and Northern Ireland or the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme in Scotland.
Our local network can help determine how your school can most benefit from involvement with a STEM Ambassador and match your school or activity to the right volunteer for your requirements.