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
We are creating a new Robotics area in our Resource Centre at the National STEM Learning Centre in York. This will include a competition field, teaching kits and learning resources, as well as three large posters designed to inspire and inform teachers and students about...
Lanivet School’s Astronomy Club, run by STEM Ambassadors Emma Hugo and Carol Miller, has won a contest to name one of Jupiter’s newly discovered Moons.
In July 2018, astronomers announced the discovery of 12 new moons of Jupiter, bringing the total number to 79, more...
The Engineering Education Grant Scheme supports UK-based educational projects that are working to increase engineering knowledge among young people aged 5-...
The UK’s most ambitious conservation project is asking the public to grab their cameras and share the nature that lives around them.
The Back from the Brink Film and Photography Competition is seeking entries from across the...