Remote lessons for young people
STEM Learning have launched remotely-delivered, curriculum-linked science lessons for young people aged 5-19 accompanied by live Q&A sessions with subject experts.
Through the STEM Learning website, you can access a variety of free curriculum-linked science lessons for children of all ages. These lessons cover a range of topics, including evolution, forces, and the human body. Created and recorded by subject experts, remote lessons can be accessed at any time of day, making it easy to fit into your home learning schedule. View here.
Home learning support for families
To support parents and carers with home learning, subject experts from STEM Learning have put together a selection of activities and materials, all of which are completely free for everyone to access. View here.
Family fun at home
Train like an astronaut, survive on a desert island, explore the magic behind movies and much more. Get inspired with this list of hands-on, family activities from STEM Learning that you can enjoy with your loved ones at home. View here.
Space Champions are now delivering online sessions for parents, teachers and technicians, plus workshops for young people, to explore how space can be used as a context for learning. View here.
Support for trainee teachers
STEM Learning offer a range of support to trainee teachers, including free, quality CPD. View here.
Online courses for teachers
Online courses from STEM Learning allow you to learn wherever and whenever alongside your teaching. You'll be supported by experienced educators to use our online courses to meet your development needs and help you maximise your students' learning. Access real classroom footage, discuss lessons with colleagues from around the world, and learn from leading experts in their respective fields. View here.
Home teaching resources for teachers
To support teachers to continue educating young people while they are at home, STEM Learning have developed a range of materials, including free resources, tips from our subject experts and professional development opportunities.
Resources are organised into topic area and year group and include many opportunities for working scientifically at home. View here.
Activities to support continuing in-school delivery
A selection of cross-curricular activities that can be used in school to engage young people of all ages. All of these resources are completely free for everyone to access and can be adapted for use with individual students, small groups or mixed-age classes. View here.
Don’t miss the launch of 'For STEM Ambassadors, By STEM Ambassadors' where STEM Ambassadors will be sharing best practice for working with young people with other STEM Ambassadors. Session will take place every Wednesday from 5 August 2020. View here.
CREST at Home
CREST activities are a fantastic opportunity for children to be engaged in fun science-based activities at home with very few resources. Check out their free home learning projects. View here.
Nature up close and personal: A wellbeing experiment
Join in with hundreds across the UK and take part in a new research project, ‘Nature up close and personal: A wellbeing experiment’. View here.
Virtual Cyber School
Teens can learn how to crack codes, fix security flaws and dissect criminals’ digital trails while progressing through the game as a cyber agent. This will help them develop important skills needed for future jobs, particularly in cyber security. View here.
Lockdown Language Learning
The Language Centre at QUB is offering students, staff and members of the public the opportunity to avail of free, online and accessible language learning resources. View here.
Primary Engineer Online Resources
Register for access to free home learning resources and live engineer interviews. View here.
My Skills Life
STEM Ambassadors and teachers can take advantage of the new My Skills Life course. The course touches on the awareness of unconscious bias and how that affects young people, and how to deliver My Skills My Life in a classroom or at an event. Register and create an account here.
Choose from hundreds of online courses from top universities and specialist organisations. Learn at your own pace, in your own home, on courses taught by experts from world famous global institutions. View here.
e-Bug is a free educational resource for classroom and home use and makes learning about micro-organisms, the spread, prevention and treatment of infection fun and accessible for all students. View here.
The advice in Germ Defence has been developed by health experts. A large research study found that people who followed the advice were less likely to catch pandemic flu or other viruses. People also recovered quicker from illness, and were less severely ill when they used Germ Defence. View here.
I’m a Scientist: Online STEM engagement on demand
We’re supporting I’m a Scientist, an online, free to enter STEM engagement activity for school students. It provides a safe, moderated space for students to be inspired by science. This autumn term, I’m a Scientist is bigger than ever, with 50+ scientists in every zone, and running throughout the term from September to December. View here.
The Future is Electric
WMG Centre High Value Manufacturing Catapult, with support from Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) Electrical Energy Storage Spoke, has created a series of short educational videos to help explain the process of transport electrification. View here.
The Nancy Rothwell Award 2020
The Nancy Rothwell Award 2020 specimen drawing competition for 7 – 18 year olds is open for submissions. Prizes include an experience day at the Royal Veterinary College for students, and their school can also win £100. Visit the Royal Society of Biology website for more information. The deadline for entries is 31st July 2020.