We've curated a list of useful links to help you promote engineering and technology in your school.
Find out what these organisations offer to support STEM in primary schools.
Find out where to apply for funding and gets tips on how to write a great application.
Enthuse pupils and their parents and break down barriers and stereotypes about the range of jobs in STEM and who does them
Raise the profile of science in your school with Explorify, find hundred of resources provided by STEM Learning, and get advice on the transition to secondary school
Tips from the Explorify team and other teachers to help you make the most of Explorify.
See an example using related objectives from the UK curricula about classification and how this helps us to understand the characteristics of living things.
Search all resources in Explorify's Teacher support including helpful reads, planning videos and much more.
Browse STEM Learning's huge collection of classroom resources, careers materials and more.
This resource provides a framework for teachers to run a transition project with Year 6 pupils to help them with the move from primary to secondary school.
This collection of case studies show how a wide cross section of educational professionals use and find inspiration from STEM Learning's digital resources.
See the ASE's collection of classroom and CPD resources for primary.
The STEM Leaning primary has been specifically set up to support primary teachers develop STEM education in their classrooms and schools.
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Find out about the benefits of membership of the Association of Science Education, for you or your school.
Find out more about the Primary Science Teacher Awards organised by the PSTT.
The Primary Engineer Programmes take the form of themed Projects that include physical resources for 2 classes, teacher training for up to 2 teachers, digital teaching resources, curriculum mapping, links to engineers and invitations to Celebration Events.
Primary Science Quality Mark is a one-year school improvement programme for primary science, which provides professional development for around 600 new and experienced subject leaders each year.
STEM Learning run a well-established and successful CPD programme, with a variety of delivery methods to suit both your needs and the needs of your school.