National STEM Clubs Week with STEM Learning
National STEM Clubs Week starts on the 21st of June and this year is on the theme of sport and exercise, linking to the Tokyo Olympics. STEM Learning have four daily themes:
– Technology, performance analysis and match stats
– Health, wellbeing and sport psychology
– Anatomy, physiology and biomechanics
– Challenge day!
The week is suitable for primary and secondary aged students, teachers, technicians, home educators, community STEM club leaders etc. and will see STEM professionals who work in these fields talk about their careers, their route into them, what STEM knowledge, skills and personal attributes are required for their job and they will close by setting students a STEM challenge related to their job.
All sessions will stream on STEM Learning’s YouTube Channel and some speakers will be there to answer students’ questions as their session streams.
They are also running a competition to design a piece of wearable technology for an Olympic event. This closes midnight on 13th June and the team will endeavor to get a prototype of the winning entries made and put on display in The National STEM Learning Centre in York before posting the to the winning designers for them to keep.
All welcome! Full schedule and more info can be found here – https://www.stem.org.uk/stem-clubs/stem-clubs-week
Remember to tag us in to your experiences @BRISPrimarySTEM & @STEMclubs #stemclubsweek.
If you have any queries, please contact STEMclubs@stem.org.uk.