The Green Plan It Challenge is a ten week challenge in the Autumn term for Year 8 and 9 students to imagine and design their own garden for either your school or community.
‘Skills for Energy 2017’ will bring students and education providers together with the energy industry to demonstrate what’s to come and to feed the increasing appetite among young people to explore the full range of training and career opportunities which are available within this exciting sector.
Engage your students in the classroom with IET Faraday teaching resources and activities to encourage the learning and uptake of science, design and technology, engineering, maths and computing.
IET Faraday aims to make lessons even more engaging by showing that the learning has real-life applications via case studies that showcase some of the most innovative examples of current engineering and technology from around the world.
Fresh Aspirations is a not-for-profit CIC that offers young people in Suffolk opportunities to experience hands on, real projects with businesses and business people. New skills are learned and the young people are guided through evidencing and evaluating those skills in order to present them effectively alongside any academic qualifications. All great for boosting self-esteem, self-awareness and aspiration
Event will take place at Paston Sixth Form College. The event is designed to inspire and motivate students to research their future career goals. This year the event grew significantly larger than previous years, with over 30 Universities and 50+ employers/organisations attending. The event is FREE to attend and school pupils; sixth form students and their parents from all over the local area are invited
To book an exhibition stand please complete application form below and return the form to Mark Bruhin at Beacon East Friday 24th March 2017. email@example.com
a story of discovery
Join us for the launch of our new exhibition and unearth the secrets of some of our ancestors. Combining archaeology with DNA analysis, Hidden Lives charts a human story across 15,000 years.
Friday 16th June, 6.30-8.30pm
Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre
Drinks and canapes will be served
We look forward to seeing you there but would be grateful if you could confirm your attendance using the link below. This link has been updated for anyone who encountered problems with our first invitation. Our apologies for any confusion.
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This event takes place at the arable industry's leading technical event, Cereals 2017. The CPD, run in collaboration with the Institute of Agricultural Engineers, will enable teachers to link with the cutting edge research and industry experts to enhance subject knowledge, widen understanding of the technical concepts used in the arable industry and to develop an understanding of STEM career pathways in the arable farming industry.
Suffolk Wildlife Trust has developed an exciting new Science week programme KS2 children. The point scoring ‘Adaptation Trail’ explores how an animal’s adaptations can affect its chances of survival. Children become species experts and find out how British Animals are adapted to their environment.
We would like to know if you would be interested in competing in this year Lego League Challenge ‘Animal Allies’ and competing here at Neatherd High School on the 29th January 2016.
Building on the success of Into Film: Into Space and celebrating the imaginative work conducted on European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Tim Peake's Principia mission on the International Space Station (ISS), Into Film have teamed up with the UK Space Agency again to deliver an exciting new filmmaking competition for 5-19 year-olds, Into Space & Home.
The award-winning Engineering Development Trust charity, with generous support from EDF Energy, would like to offer you the chance to participate in this year’s spring term Go4SET scheme. This opportunity coincides with EDF Energy’s national campaign to change teenage girls’ perceptions of science and inspire them to pursue science-based careers. Last year, EDF Energy launched #PrettyCurious, a long term programme to encourage more teenage girls to study STEM. The programme aims to give girls hands-on experiences and provide them with opportunities to learn about the wide range of careers available in STEM.
This free CPD delivered by the Stimulating Physics Network is aimed at non-specialist teachers of physics who are required to teach the equations of motion for first time as required by the new specifications.
Season 2 of the Micro:Bit Model Rocket Car Competition to all the schools and STEM Clubs
Primary Schools' programme 2016-2017
At Norwich Museum they offer two types of chargeable activities for Schools: