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Regardless of age, subject preference or ability, STEM Clubs are a fantastic way to spark students’ imagination and creativity.
While the subjects of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) can sometimes be daunting to students in the classroom, taking these subjects outside the curriculum and creating a space for students to explore new ideas.
This rewarding way to boost enjoyment and learning also increases their enthusiasm and interest not only in the subjects but the potential careers they can lead to as well.
The STEM Club programme run by STEM Learning offers free support to any form of extra-curricular club within the STEM fields.
By ensuring your STEM Club is as engaging and exciting as possible, you can encourage students of all abilities to join in and pursue STEM subjects beyond the classroom, through a hands-on practical approach not always possible in the classroom.
STEM Clubs offer you an opportunity to improve your enrichment provision and careers education across your school or college.
It’s really important that students are informed about career options and pathways; your Club is the perfect way to support students and educate them about their futures.
Why not invite a local STEM Ambassador into one of your club sessions to bring real-life STEM experience into the classroom and give students the chance to ask questions about their work.
You can also team up with local employers to run a special themed session and re-energise your club.
It’s not just students who benefit – teachers and technicians can learn about the latest developments from STEM Ambassadors and employers.
You can dive into those fun projects you really want to do but the curriculum doesn’t allow for and watch as students’ faces light up with awe.
From free resources and demonstration videos to our best practice guide to a community group which allows you to connect with a growing network of STEM Club leaders, unlock a world of STEM Club support today.
Visit stem.org.uk/stem-clubs and follow on Twitter at @STEMClubs.
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