This page signposts you to some great websites and resources by others. Most of these are designed for teachers but advanced home schoolers may also find some of interest.
If you are new to thinking about introducing STEM into the classroom or want some guidance / inspiration. This briefing paper outlines what should you think about before starting to plan STEM engagement activities.
Engineering UK’s Tomorrows Engineers pages have activities introducing engineering principles and examples of engineering challenges in real life. Activity sheets include resource lists, instructions, and information on where you can go for similar activities.
Our aim is to help children of see that using maths and science can be fun and creative and that there are people called ‘engineers’ who make a real difference to the world.
primary school age here.
secondary school age here.
A range of curriculum-linked teaching resources for the teaching and learning of the science curriculum. The websites provide teachers’ notes, presentations and teaching tools, as well as interactive tasks that children can access with teacher guidance.
Science for Families is a five-week course delivered to primary school students and their parents or guardians. We think it’s an awesome course and we’re proud of the thinking behind it, the detail of the ideas, and the response we’ve seen from participants.
A range of 10 different resources for teachers to use with their students to explore apprenticeships from home.
Maritime Educational Foundation presents and adventure at sea; a project you can pick off the shelf.
STEM Activity Pack Girls and boys naturally love figuring things out for themselves – and playing building games, like Lego. So this STEM pack is filled with activities that will have them imagining, designing, experimenting and creating. Or in short, discovering their inner engineers.
To support teachers to continue educating young people while they are at home, we have developed a range of materials, including free resources, tips from our subject experts and professional development opportunities.
Whether you’re at home or at school, you can use BBC Teach for free. Our website is home to thousands of free curriculum-mapped videos, arranged by age-group and subject.
We offer a wide range of resources and activities for those teaching STEM to young people aged 4-19 years.
Daily Lessons and Dedicated TV Channel from 20th April
A collection of primary resources contributed by the CAS members to the CAS Community site to help “Get Started”
Career Ready are excited to launch the Career Ready Skills Festival, an eight-week-long series of online careers and skills development activities hosted by our generous network of employer volunteers, featuring a range of online sessions from skills & industry insights to perfecting a job application.
For session information see – eventbrite.co.uk/o/career-ready-8334526130
A wide collection to learn about apprenticeships from home suitable for students in years 7 through to 13. Also our Interactive Sixth Form Guide which is aimed at students in years 12 and 13.
ASK – We’re here to help you get the support you need to get your students informed and excited about apprenticeships
The Zooniverse enables everyone to take part in real cutting edge research in many fields across the sciences, humanities, and more. The Zooniverse creates opportunities for you to unlock answers and contribute to real discoveries.
A collection of Open Resources for STEM from the Open Education Consortium
Exploring the history of their locality helps students develop a sense of place and identity. This rich resource includes themed photographs, objects, paintings and documents, from museums and galleries across the Tees Valley and from the National Portrait Gallery in London, alongside fascinating information and useful ideas to support curriculum-linked learning at Key Stage 1-3.