Advocates of STEM

Our partners have been carefully selected for their STEM expertise and knowledge of how important STEM skills are in education, training and social mobility. Click on their logos to find out more about the significant role each of them plays in the STEM field.

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STEM Learning

STEM Learning through the National STEM Learning Centre and Network, supports teachers of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, equipping them to deliver world-leading STEM education for all young people across the UK. Their programmes include support to teachers provided locally in the form of continuing professional development facilitated via Science Learning Partnerships in England, and partners in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland; as well as sustained, residential professional development at the National STEM Learning Centre.

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Tomorrow's Engineers

Tomorrow’s Engineers is led by EngineeringUK and the Royal Academy of Engineering. It provides information and resources about the careers available in engineering for young people aged 11 to 19-year olds. They also run a school’s programme to help inspire the next generation of engineers.

 

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EngineeringUK

EngineeringUK is a not-for-profit organisation, which works in partnership with the engineering community to promote the vital role of engineers and engineering and to inspire the next generation through the Big Bang and Tomorrow’s Engineers programmes.

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The Big Bang

The Big Bang is a wide-ranging programme, bringing science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) to life for young people and exploring the exciting opportunities out there and the routes into these rewarding careers. The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Fair, is the largest celebration of STEM for young people in the UK, featuring a host of exciting hands-on activities and shows. The 2019 Fair takes place 13-16 March at The NEC in Birmingham.

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Computing at school

Computing At School (CAS) aims to provide leadership and strategic guidance to all those involved in Computing education in schools. Excellence in the teaching of Computing can only be made by teachers through the way they deliver the skills, knowledge, understanding and attitudes associated with the curriculum. CAS achieves this by supporting and promoting all those individuals, partner organisations, companies, and university departments who wish to run CAS regional hubs, put on CPD courses, generate teaching resources etc. that support the Computing curriculum.

 

Bloodhound SSC Education Ltd

BLOODHOUND SSC Education Ltd is a registered charity whose mission is to inspire a generation of students to explore and get involved in STEM subjects. Its STEM education campaign has reached over 2 million children, inspires 120,000 schoolchildren in the UK each year and provides a wide range of workshops and resources linked to the National Curriculum. The charity is funded through donations and partnerships with a range of STEM companies and organisations, and is supported by individual and corporate volunteers.

 

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Our partners

The British Army has established strategic partnerships with STEM Learning and Tomorrow’s Engineers and a number of other partners. They have been carefully selected for their STEM expertise and knowledge of how important STEM skills are in education, training and social mobility. Click below to find out more about the significant role each of them plays in STEM.

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