STEM Clubs are out-of-timetable sessions that provide young people with the chance to explore aspects of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) in less formal settings. They aim to enrich, rather than deliver, the curriculum. Clubs are an important outlet to ignite new interest or raise attainment in STEM subjects through more imaginative and inventive teaching methods.
As your STEM Club Champion we are here to help deliver free CPD workshops; face-to-face and remotely to all state-maintained secondary schools and FE colleges to sustain and grow their own clubs, as well as offering additional support to start STEM Clubs for young people.
Courses are being run remotely for anyone who wants to set up an Online Club, these are free and take place through an online community group. More details are available here
4 workshops that are available:
1. Getting Started - setting up and running a club for the first 18 months
Thursday 4th February 10-11:30am Click to book
2. Successful & Thriving - beyond the first 18 months keeping your club thriving
Start date: Wednesday 10th February 4-6pm Click to book
3. Enhancing employability skills and careers knowledge - the workshop will promote opportunities for club leaders to learn how to incorporate and enhance careers knowledge and build skills for students within club sessions.
Wednesday 3rd March & Monday 15th March 6-7pm Click to book
4. Measuring impact & gaining recognition - measure the benefits and impact your STEM Club has on your students, school and your professional development
Thursday 28th January & 18th February 6-7pm Click to book
A range of materials to support you in delivering exciting and inspiring activities
Share ideas or find inspiration from other club leaders
Inspiration for future activities, including competitions and funding