STEM Clubs are a fun, rewarding way to boost enjoyment and learning across Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) outside of the classroom.
If you are looking for guidance on setting up a club or developing an established one, then STEMNET can help you. We offer free, impartial, locally targeted advice on activities, resources, support and funding opportunities, and can link you with volunteer STEM Ambassadors to enhance your sessions. The STEM Challenges are also CREST accredited so can support students in gaining the Bronze CREST award.
Visit www.stemclubs.net for guides, more activity ideas, resources and links to your regional STEM Clubs contact.
The STEM Ambassadors is a volunteer role model programme, linking those with expertise and passion for STEM subjects (science, engineering, technology and maths) with young people across the country. There are over 26,000 volunteers from Orkney to Truro, Belfast to Norfolk, all working with local STEM Ambassador teams to help young people in their area.
To find out more about how you more about how STEM Ambassador volunteer(s) can support your school, visit www.stemnet.org.uk/contact to find out details of your local STEM Ambassador contact. Alternatively you can request a STEM Ambassador now by completing the this form.
STEMNET and those carrying out work on behalf of STEMNET can not be held responsible for any accidents or injuries that occur as a result of the challenges. It is the responsibility of the teacher (or adult leading the challenge) to ensure a full risk assessment is carried out before starting any practical work and that the correct health and safety measures are in place.