- Enabling young people to make informed decisions about future career paths in and from STEM
- Supporting industry in reducing the STEM skills gap
- Supporting teachers in delivery of the STEM curricula
- Raising the profile of science and engineering
Chemistry, Physics and Biology – for teachers
Friday 7 February 2014, 12:30-16:00, Beacon Community Academy, Crowborough
Meet local representatives from the Royal Society of Chemistry, the Institute of Physics and the Society of Biology, and get some new activity and resource ideas to use in the classrooms or in STEM Clubs.
‘Inspiring Science’ – for year 8 or 9s
Monday 3 February 2014 (or an alternative session on Tuesday 4 February 2014), 09:30-14:30, University of Brighton, Moulsecoomb
We invite your school to attend the University of Brighton Inspiring Science event. There will be a presentation provided by one of our lecturers involved in leading-edge research into diabetes, an exciting hands-on physics workshop, plus an explosive Bigger Bang! Science Show by Dr Hal.
Train Like An Astronaut!
Registration for the Mission X: Train Like an Astronaut 2014 programme is now open! Budding young astronauts aged 8 to 12 from across the UK are invited to take part in this international challenge and undertake activities focusing on fitness and nutrition.
Dates for your diary
National Science and Engineering Week 2014
14 -23 March 2014
National Women in Engineering Day
23rd June 2014.
The British Science Association CREST Awards are a nationally recognised accreditation scheme for project work in the fields of STEM. The aim of the awards is to motivate and build confidence in students, encouraging them to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
STEMNetworking can provide you with many new ways to promote the STEM subjects and related careers.