- Short on inspiration for a new scheme of work?
- Making departmental decisions about your curriculum?
- Responsible for promoting STEM careers awareness in your school or college?
- Looking for providers of STEM support?
The National STEM Centre offers straightforward access to high-quality teaching resources for STEM subjects, help in promoting STEM careers awareness across your organisation, and links to national and local STEM support. Further information is in the ‘Support for schools’ section of this website.
The FE and skills sector can also contact LSIS STEM Support, which provides a network of regional STEM Advisers offering in-person and online community support, and teaching and learning resources.
Making the most of your Centre
Effective provision of STEM in schools requires a foundation of strong subject teaching. Alongside this schools and colleges work hard to ensure that young people are aware of the range of opportunities that STEM study opens up for them. A STEM approach requires collaboration across the whole school in planning and delivery of activity – both within and outside of the curriculum.
The National STEM Centre building is open throughout the year. Schools and colleges are welcome to use the Centre for:
- department away days
- subject network meetings
- cross-curricular planning events
- whole-school STEM training
Individual teachers are also very welcome to use the library.
Our visitors have access to meeting rooms, where you may work in a purpose designed environment with access to the Centre's resource collections. High quality, low cost catering facilities and on-site accommodation is also available. Further information is available here. Please contact us if you have any queries or would like to book a visit.