Enspire City will give 11 to 14 year-old students information about inspirational careers, education pathways and work sectors that may help them to choose a career in STEM.
It features a futuristic city where engineers work to solve green problems and develop future facing designs and manufacturing activities.
It includes zones for the vertical farming, automotive, aerospace and space sectors. With job descriptions, case studies, fun activities and games there's plenty for your students to explore and the City comes with free facilitator materials for you to download and use.
Improve engagement, interest or enjoyment in STEM subjects
Learning what the engineering workplace is like
Develop engineering employability skills
Improve awareness and aspirations for STEM-related study and careers
Challenge stereotypes by showing the diversity of disciplines, people and skills involved in engineering
The Gatsby benchmarks are a framework for good careers guidance for schools across all of England and in some areas across the rest of the UK. This experience helps your school to reach the following benchmarks:
The essential skills every young person needs to succeed in education and their future career. Find out more at the Skills Builder Partnership. This experience builds the following skills:
Aiming high - the ability to set clear, tangible goals and devise a robust route to achieving them.
Problem solving - the ability to find a solution to a complex situation or challenge.
Staying positive - the ability to use tactics to overcome setbacks and achieve goals.
4 games built in Minecraft to introduce 11 to 14 year olds to new and future technologies, and the skills required for rewarding careers in aerospace engineering.
Interactive and educational Minecraft game to play in the classroom: give a budget to an 11 to 14 year old and let them compete to build the most sustainable heating system for their home!
Interactive and educational Minecraft game to play in the classroom where students will discover their inner vertical farmer and see how their ideas can make a difference to the future of food.