Walsham le WIllows Primary School IP31 3PD

Inspirational Female Scientists/Mathematicians

a mutually convenient date - but not a Tuesday

138 pupils year R - year 6 - 5-11 years

We are looking to inspire particularly the girls in science and maths – those children that don’t enjoy maths and science.  We would like them to see the opportunities that are available through maths and science and what it can be used for in everyday life. We have 5 classes. 
We would like some fun activities for the children - a short talk about your work followed by workshop style activities.

Contact: Angela Hunter  angelahunter99@gmail.com  

Attleborough Academy, Attleborough NR17 2AJ

Careers Presentations


Student age: Year 12 & 13 (16-18years)

We would like STEM Ambassadors to give careers presentations based around what careers are out there for science, technology, engineering and mathematics, plus qualifications and other life skills needed for the careers. this could include presentation and perhaps a hands on activity or two if relevant.

 Contact: Claire Allsworth

Suffolk One, Ipswich

Inspirational Speakers

Flexible but a Friday morning preferred

No of students: 50 - 100
Student age: 16 - 19 L3 Engineering students

We would like someone to come and inspire and inform our youngsters around aeronautical engineering. What it is? What the opportunities are? What they would do? What was the speaker’s career journey? etc

We would like the Ambassadors to come in and do a presentation to a large group to inspire and inform.

Contact: Georgina Hill Georgina.hill@suffolkone.ac.uk

St Mary's Primary School, Woodbridge IP12 4JJ

Code Club

Date: Friday Lunchtimes 12:10 - 1:10
No. of pupils: 15
Pupil age: Year 6, 10-11 years old

This is an existing popular weekly club for Y6 children, programming in Scratch and Python, many using Raspberry Pi computers. Looking for an additional STEM Ambassador. Support the children to code and create; provide assistance and direction when needed. Club is fairly flexible format.

Contact Hannah Steventon-Barnes StMarysClub@steventon-barnes.com 

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Horsford Primary School, Norwich NR10 3ES


Our theme for the first half of Spring Term is Robots which covers electricity/circuits in science, in DT the children are going to be designing and making their own robots possibly with electrical circuits so they can light up. The staff are looking for a hook for the theme – something maybe at the start of the unit which will engage the children and allow them to be enthused about the topic. We have looked on the STEM website and like the idea of maybe using Lego for making robots but do not have the resources to do this ourselves. We have not taught this unit before as it is part of our two year rolling programme from the new curriculum so are looking for some expertise in the area of robotics at lower school level – 82 children divided between 3 mixed year classes (7-9 years). 

Contact Tanya Kirton  tkirton7lrg@nsix.org.uk 

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Roecroft Lower School, Hitchen SG5 4PF

Inspirational talk to KS2 students

The school is hoping to attain the Science Gold mark and as part of that they would like Ambassadors to come and give inspirational talks to their students giving them a view of what it is like to be a scientist in today’s world and how they too could be a scientist.

 Expected participants 30 year 3 & 4 (7-9 years)

Contact: Rachel Yates Rachel.yates@hotmail.co.uk

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Comberton Village College, Cambridge CB23 7DU

Inspirational Talks – Women in Science

We are promoting women in all areas of science. We would like to expose our female students to dynamic and successful female scientists and to hear them talk about the work that they do. We would like the talks to be given as part of after school activities beginning at 4o’clock. 

Contact Nadine Malcolm nmalcolm@combertonvc.org 

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Wymondham College NR18 9SZ

Sixth Form Science Society Talks

The Science Society meets weekly on Thursday lunchtimes and the students welcome speakers from a wide range of science fields to talk about their work and routes into science based careers. The meetings are informal and allow time for a Q&A session at the end.

Expected participants 20-30

Contact: Liz Edwards futures@wymondhamcollege.org

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