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Engaging young people in science and engineering is important to British Antarctic Survey (BAS). Our award-winning educational resources for teachers and students are curriculum-relevant and developed in partnership with the Royal Geographical Society and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Polar Regions Department.
Year 3 pupils at Hillside Primary School enjoy a visit from engineer David Brunning, a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) ambassador and a project engineer at Ipswich-based Ingent Consulting Engineers. Picture: HILLSIDE PRIMARY SCHOOL
STEM Ambassador Hub East England recently hosted an event to celebrate International Women in Engineering Day, with the aim of raising the profile of the sector and encouraging more girls to consider engineering as a career.
Tomorrow 21st June 2017 Connect Education and Business are hosting the first of two Women in Engineering events planned to coincide with Women in Engineering day on 23rd June 2017
The first event is being held at Wherstead Park in Ipswich and will involve 200 girls from 20 different schools in Norfolk and Suffolk and several employers such as OPITO, Philips Avent, Scotish Power, Morgan Sindall , Delta Simons and EDF.
Connect Education and Business manage STEM Ambassadors throughout Bedfordshire & Luton; Cambridgeshire & Peterborough; Norfolk and Suffolk. We have around 2000 STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths - Ambassadors who are DBS checked and are enthusiastic and keen to come in to your school voluntarily to support you in, or out, of the classroom.
Volunteers are required to help run Norfolk’s first IET Formula Goblin event. Pupils throughout the county have been constructing single-seat electric racing cars and will compete against other schools in a series of short events; drag races, slaloms & sprints.
Peterborough Young Engineers (PYE) along with 28 volunteers from Perkins Engines Company Limited, organised a series of rocket building and bridge building sessions in five Peterborough primary schools as part of British Science Week.
In January 2017 the heats for the Enterprise Challenge began at several primary schools from the Academy Transformation Trust.
The programme was developed by Sarah Finnigan of Steps Ahead Training (www.stepsaheadtraining.co.uk).