STEMNET runs three programmes to help realise its vision.
The STEM Ambassadors programme is STEMNET's flagship programme. It relies on over 25,000 volunteers who offer their time and support to promote STEM subjects to young learners. It is an invaluable and free resource for teachers, helping them deliver the STEM curriculum in fresh and innovative ways.
STEM Clubs Programme
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) clubs allow children to explore, investigate and discover STEM subjects in a stimulating learning environment, away from the constraints of the school timetable or a prescribed curriculum. They allow pupils and their club leaders to work together and explore many different ideas and activities
Schools STEM Advisory Network
STEMNET co-ordinates 42 organisations across the country to offer free impartial advice and guidance to schools through the Schools STEM Advisory Network. Through strong links with business organisations the service aims to ensure that all schools and colleges can offer their students programmes which support the curriculum and increase the quality and quantity of students moving into further STEM education, training and development.
Last Updated: Friday 12 April, 2013