Teachers are being encouraged to take part in research into STEM resources that have been created by employers to help… Read more »
The Nuffield Research Placement Scheme aims to inspire the next generation of STEM researchers. Nuffield is encouraging project supervisors, particularly… Read more »
Students at the Skinners’ school celebrated British Science Week by inviting leading local figures from Science, Technology, Mathematics and Engineering… Read more »
Around 3,000 schools across the UK are this week celebrating the first ever STEM Clubs Week from 2-6 February 2015…. Read more »
The Ri and the Causeway Foundation are offering UK schools grants of up to £500 to host a show, talk,… Read more »
This year Your Life launches Formula 100 – a competition that asks students, ‘What would you invent and why?’… Read more »
Dave Walters is a STEM Ambassador who recently wrote an inspiring article about STEMNET for his internal newsletter. He registered… Read more »
STEMNET is delighted to announce the launch of STEM Clubs Week Monday 02 –Friday 06 February 2015. This is our first STEM Clubs Week which will celebrate all the amazing work that STEM Clubs do.
This event is for all secondary schools throughout the UK. Schools with an existing STEM Club will ideally meet as normal and take part in a national celebration of STEM Clubs. For those schools that don’t currently have a STEM Club, then it is an ideal opportunity to set one up and get started with support from STEMNET to create a successful STEM Club that will develop skills as well as provide a sense of achievement for both you and your students.
Global Innovation team have launched an innovation challenge specifically for young women between 13 – 18 years old who want… Read more »
Using the most up-to-date occupational research, this guide has been produced to showcase 40 top jobs in 10 key occupations that our analysis of the UK job market suggests will be crucial over the next decade. The aim is to inspire young people about the wide range of jobs that are out there, inspiration which they can use when mapping a career pathway.
Click here to read UKCES Careers of the Future.