STEM Clubs are out-of-timetable sessions that enrich and broaden the curriculum, giving young people the chance to explore subjects like science, technology, engineering and maths in less formal settings.
Clubs are an important outlet to ignite new interest and to raise attainment in STEM subjects through more imaginative and inventive teaching methods. For more information about our programme of support, please email STEMClubs@stem.org.uk.
Latest STEM Clubs news
Teachers and technicians from across the UK were honoured for their outstanding skills and commitment to inspire young people at the STEM Learning Teaching Awards at their HQ in York.
The first in-person awards for more than two years were a fantastic celebration of STEM educators who...
One of our newest STEM Ambassadors is a materials scientist and Non-Exec Director, Alison Rodwell, who hit the ground running with three terrific sessions at a primary school during British Science Week.
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STEM Learning and NCCE attended a bustling and successful ASCL annual conference at the ICC in Birmingham in March as delegates, exhibitors and speakers...
Read the blog, then ask questions and share your experiences of the scheme in the ...