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STEM Clubs Jul 17
. will be joining us for our space conferences in September! Join us at the UK Space Conference for hands-on activities, careers panels and more 🚀 Primary: Secondary:
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ESERO-UK Jul 17
Did you see the partial lunar eclipse last night? If your class would like to learn more about moon phases and eclipses check out this animation from that explores the moon:
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STEM Clubs Jul 16
. is looking for creative solutions that tackle the core barriers to cycling and encourage more people to pedal their way to a zero-carbon future. If you’ve got a great idea, then check out these top tips on how to complete your entry →
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STEM Clubs Jul 15
Free to enter, the Awards offer individuals and organisations from across the STEM education sector the chance to shine. is sponsoring these awards and will be sending the winners to the world-renowned in Switzerland!
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STEM Clubs Jul 12
Time for - this week taken from our 'Survive on a Desert Island' resource for clubs aged 11-14. With a growing population, sourcing filtered water for drinking is vital. Learn how with an activity in this fun, free resource for :
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STEM Clubs Jul 11
Do you want to take you love for STEM beyond your ? Hear from with top tips on how to develop a STEM day in your school
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STEM Clubs Jul 10
"Despite low but improving numbers, the children turn up each week with enthusiasm and desire to engage with the activity." shares the successes and struggles of his first year running a STEM Club in his school
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STEM Clubs Jul 10
Surviving a zombie apocalypse is just one of the fun themes covered in our featured resources, all available free for leaders. Created for young people aged 11-14, access this one here:
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STEM Clubs Jul 8
Few topics get young people as excited about as space! Explore fun resources, activities, competitions and more with and invigorate your next club session:
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STEM Learning Jul 5
Applications for the 2019 Awards are now open! If you know an enthusiastic STEM Ambassador, a unique STEM Club working in the community or an outstanding project which increases access and inclusion in STEM, nominate them for an award:
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STEM Clubs Jul 7
It's and you better believe we have a handy resource collection just for this special day!
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STEM Clubs Jul 4
Browse through our collection of resources offering a range of activities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Search by subject, age range and activity type to find the perfect activities to suit your club.
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STEM Learning Jul 2
Want your entry to stand out? Here are a few tips from : ✓ Make the first seconds count ✓ Be clear about the problem you're trying to solve ✓ Show that your idea is sustainable and can help reduce our carbon footprint Enter →
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STEM Clubs Jul 3
Our resource collection for the 'Future Mobility' explores how technology advances are improving transport to make it safer, cleaner and better connected. Take these activities into your secondary-aged :
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STEM Clubs Jul 2
Is there witchcraft and in the real world? Often, what seems like magic is actual science at play. Explore some of the enchanting explanations behind it all with fun activities in this free resource for aged 11-14
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STEM Clubs Jul 1
When it comes to enrichment programmes to engage young people in and spark their imaginations, are just the beginning. Explore other programmes and resources offered by here:
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STEM Clubs Jun 30
Today is international ! Have you downloaded our free, fun resource for STEM Clubs aged 11-14 yet? It's all about how to survive an and asks students to use to tackle some of the problems we'd face after an asteroid impact
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STEM Clubs Jun 28
It's Friday... you know what that means! This week's comes from our resource for for kids aged 7-9. Full of activities to engage their imagination and get them thinking about , download it here:
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STEM Clubs Jun 27
When it comes to running a , there is no one right way! Connecting to share ideas and experiences can inspire you to try something new in your own club. Hear from about their Stem Club story:
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STEM Clubs Jun 26
In the latest issue of the magazine for primary, we hear from about . Have you used this technique to deliver memorable science before? Read more:
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