Resources

Resources, resources everywhere…

There are a huge range of STEM resources and opportunities available. It can often be overwhelming knowing where to start and deciding what is most appropriate.

On this page we have gathered links to the major providers of STEM opportunities in order to support your STEM involvement and help nurture your STEM activity.

If you need bespoke advice, are short of time or do not know where to begin in getting involved in STEM then please contact us.

Additional FREE resources for both teachers and Ambassadors can be found by simply logging onto STEMNetworking.

STEMClubs
Rolls-Royce Resources for Schools Find out about aero-engine design, play the design games and test your knowledge about design and materials in a short fun quiz. Also download the teacher notes for the Rolls-Royce ‘ Space Game’ and play it with your STEM Club .KS2-KS5.
http://www.rolls-royce.com/careers/students_and_graduates/education_and_work_experience/resources_for_schools
STEM Club Projects from STEMFirst STEMFirst can email you a selection of resources, developed by the SCDI. Email Helen Heggie at STEMFirst for activities such as CSI Day , Pizza Box Challenge, Space Challenges. Includes teachers’ notes and student worksheets on a series of forensic investigations suitable KS3/4. These are ideal projects for a club to run over a number of weeks.
Save Our Snacks Can you pack a snack so that it makes it through the post in one piece? STEM Club a
Year groups: Year 7-11 (11-16)
http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/educators_OLD/classroom_and_homework_resources/resources/sos.aspx
The Mole is the Royal Society of Chemistry’s magazine for students, and anyone inspired to dig deeper into chemistry. Includes lots of different Chemistry ideas and things you can investigate at home or in a STEM club environment.
http://www.rsc.org/Education/EiC/TheMole/index.asp
NRICH Enriching Mathematics Engineers design, make and test things to see how they can be improved and made fit for purpose. Try some of these ideas, and see how maths can help. These activities can last one to two club sessions or be extended over 6 weeks.
http://nrich.maths.org/8975
FIRST LEGO League A global science and technology competition for teams of students. Uses LEGO Mindstorms materials (or technology) to challenge students’ creativity.
http://www.firstlegoleague.co.uk
MakeIT Northwest Aims to break down the stereotypes surrounding careers within manufacturing and allows young people to explore what opportunities are available in the North West. Teacher resources, games and fantastic event/competition information included.
http://www.makeit.org.uk
The BP Educational Service (BPES) produce and distribute curriculum-linked teaching resources about BP and the petrochemical industry for 5 to 19 year olds.
http://www.bp.com/bpes
University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) UCLAN are very active in STEM outreach with many opportunities being available at any one time. For latest availability go to:
http://www.uclan.ac.uk/information/colleges/schools_colleges.php
Science of a Night Out – FREE STEM Activity ideas. Ever wondered about the physics of high heels, the science of ironing, what puts the pop in popcorn and turns images into movies?Wanting to run a STEM club for KS3 and looking for a theme to run over 6 weeks?Email Helen at STEMFirst on helen.heggie@stemfirst.com to receive a free copy.
ENGAGE – FREE STEM resources KS4 /KS5 Bringing real, up-to-date science into classrooms across Europe. Resources , videos and lessons plans for running engaging relevant STEM debates with your students
http://www.engagingscience.eu
Why the North is so Brilliant! Aimed at young people (mainly Primary); the website contains lots of educational resources, STEM and history about the North of Engand
http://greatnorthstory.co.uk
Practical Action Here at STEMFirst we love the resources from Practical Action!Practical Action have produced great STEM Club resources such as; Beat the Flood, Squashed Tomato, Technology Justice, Floating Garden Challenge. Perfect for STEMClubs KS2-KS5
http://practicalaction.org
Explore Your Universe – Atoms to Astrophysics Explore Your Universe with lots of resources, live links, meet the physicist opportunities and more.
http://www.exploreyouruniverse.org/about-us/the-resources
STEMNET Challenges Developed by STEMNET as a run-up to the Olympics, these are designed to take 6-8 weeks and idealfor STEM Club. The resources are also flexible enough to be used as part of normal school lessons.The STEM Challenges programme is CREST accredited.
http://www.stemchallenges.net
Futurecade – From the Science Museum An innovative interactive suite of games from the Science Museum that allows students to explore how science and technology impacts on their everyday lives.
http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/futurecade
My Kinda Crowd – Challenges My KindaCrowd host a range of short on online challenges that are sponsored by different industry partners, and are perfect for STEMClubs.
http://www.mykindacrowd.com/Challenges
Brompton Bicycles – Design Technology Resources Resources for the design process from initial brief through market and product research, modelling/trialling and evaluation. Specific challenges reflect the five strands of the Design and Technology curriculum.
http://brompton.com/education/9772
Real-life Maths Activities for lessons and Clubs! STEMNET have created a fantastic group of hands-on maths activities that are linked to real STEM Ambassadors, their jobs and curriculum areas.
http://www.stemnet.org.uk/real-life-maths
Nationwide Education – Maths and Finance Nationwide Education bring you a fantastic website with maths and finance related activities for KS2-5 .
http://www.nationwideeducation.co.uk/www/index.php
Royal Society Chemistry – Activities Learn Chemistry by the RSC has hundreds of resources to help you teach chemistry. Features chemistry demonstrations, assessment tools, handouts and worksheets, from primary age to HE.
http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource
The Chocolate Experiment ! Everyone loves eating chocolate and this is a good excuse to buy some of the lovely brown stuff and run some experiments! This would be great experiment for a STEM club or as part of Chemistry talk or demonstration.

http://www.nuffieldfoundation.org/practical-chemistry/chocolate-and-structure

Your Genome – FREE Resources and Curriculum/Club ideas. Find a range of resources from Flash animations to paper and web based activities, which will support the teaching of topics such as DNA, genes and proteins, cancer and the Human Genome Project. 14-19 Years.
http://www.yourgenome.org/landing_teachers.shtml
Evacuate – MET Office Activity eVACuate! is a game brought to you by the Met Office . Can you use the power of maths, meteorology and your mind to keep the citizens of Green Island out of danger?
http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/learning/evacuate
National Science and Engineering – Challenge Pack Free resources and materials.The Challenge Pack aims to give students, aged 11-16, and their teachers/educators support to create STEM project that they can enter into the National Science + Engineering Competition.
http://www.nsecuk.org
Nrich Maths The NRICH Project brought to you by Cambridge University, aims to enrich the mathematical experiences of all learners. The topics are suitable for curriculum time or extra-curricular club activities.
http://nrich.maths.org
Thomas Edison – Teaching Resources Edison’s four great inventions, phonograph (music business), motion pictures, power industry/electric light bulb and the invention factory [R&D labs] – forever changed the world.
http://www.thomasedison.org
Illusioneering – the Magic of Engineering FREE STEM Club and Curriculum resources. Find out about concealed chemistry, paradox producing physics, baffling biology, mysterious mathematics and enchanting engineering. Each of the magical effects presented here is easy to do at home or in the classroom and will astound your audience.
http://www.illusioneering.org
Imagineering Introduces 8-16 year olds to the fascinating world of engineering and technology through fun, hands-on activities.
http://imagineering.org.uk
We Are Aliens A360° digital planetarium show narrated by Rupert Grint.As well as on-line movies the website also includes space related activities for KS3 and 4 under the headings of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.Great for STEM Clubs.
http://wearealiens.com/resources
Think Maths – Speakers For Schools Think Maths is run by a group of mathematics speakers who visit schools and run workshops and sessions for all ages and abilities.  http://www.think-maths.co.uk/home
STEMFirst Ambassador Usage Models.  Model ‘lesson plans’ to be used by teachers and STEM Ambassadors. Activities range from Careers Workshops, Hands-on Fun Practical’s through to discussions regarding the stereotypes surrounding STEM.  Ambassador Usage Models (640KB)
STEMFirst are delighted to announce that they have been awarded the STEM Club contract for the North West. With our STEM Partners in the North West, MerseySTEM, Manchester Museum of Science and Industry, Cumbria STEM Centre and Cheshire STEM, we will be supporting STEM Clubs with the following:

  • Advice on setting up and running a STEM Club
  • Funding and support opportunities
  • STEM Club activities
  • STEM Ambassador support

If you would like to talk to us about your club or plans for a new club then please get in touch.

Smallpeice Trust An independent educational charity that runs hands-on (STEM) activities and exciting engineering courses for pupils in Years 6-12.  http://www.smallpeicetrust.org.uk
Crest Awards  CREST is a project-based awards scheme STEM. STEMFirst co-ordinate the British Science Associations CREST Award scheme for Lancashire. KS1-KS5. UCAS endorsed and linked to Duke of Edinburgh Awards. http://www.britishscienceassociation.org/crest-awards
STEM Directories Online Directories of a collection of schemes and activities provided by organisations from across the UK that aim to enhance and enrich the STEM curriculum. http://www.stemdirectories.org.uk
STEM Clubs The STEM Clubs website gives advice on setting up a club, ideas for activities and lets clubs interact with each other to develop inter-school opportunities. http://www.stemclubs.net
The Pod High quality resources, activities and games on the theme of ‘eco’, ‘green’ and ‘sustainability’.. http://www.jointhepod.org
The Squashed Tomato Challenge.  From Practical Action, this is a fun hands-on STEM  challenge for KS2-5,based on forces/friction/levers; http://practicalaction.org/squashed-tomato-challenge-5
Maths Careers Maths careers website to find out more about the maths around us: http://www.mathscareers.org.uk/
3M Worldly Wise – Environmental Sustainability Resource   For teachers and students, with over 60 downloadable class worksheets and lesson ideas for science and maths lessons; environmental sustainability , future STEM , online resources for KS3/4. http://www.3m.co.uk/intl/uk/3Mworldly-wise
BP Educational Service   For 4-19 year olds focusing on Science,Maths, Geography and Business Studies. http://bpes.bp.com
Institute of Physics.  Fantastic range of STEM Resources including; Milo and Marvin activities, Physics Demo Videos, Careers Literature.  https://www.iop.org/education/Marvin and Milo resources for STEM Clubs / Lessons. https://www.iop.org/education/teacher/extra_resources/stem/page_41714.html

BLOODHOUND SSC and BLOODHOUND BLAST  Free online community for explorers and educators from 4 to 104! Unique project about the research, design, build and testing of the Bloodhound Supersonic car. Resources for teachers and students.   http://www.bloodhoundssc.com/education
The James Dyson Foundation  FREE Resource boxes for Primary and Secondary. Online activities to download for STEM Clubs and excellent Careers Resources, posters for schools. http://www.jamesdysonfoundation.co.uk
PLUS MATHSMATHSFREE Maths Posters and classroom resources, on-line activities for Clubs and practical maths sessions. Includes fantastic Careers literature for Secondary pupils .
http://plus.maths.org
TOMORROWS ENGINEERSis all around us – from the cars we drive to the make-up we wear to thegames we play. Engineering careers, activities and info at:
http://www.tomorrowsengineers.org.uk/home.cfm
FUTURE MORPHFantastic careers resources for Science and Maths. KS3/4. FREE teachers resources,careers case studies, posters and info for STEM Clubs and displays/careers evenings.
http://www.futuremorph.org/teachers/teachers
GLOBAL CREST CHALLENGESExciting CREST awards based around using science and technology to address global issues such as energy, water and food. KS3-KS5 .
http://practicalaction.org/crest
SCIENCE MUSEUMFabulous STEM ideas , curriculumgames, resources and STEM Club ideas.KS1-KS5 with STEM Topics from Genetics,Materials, Climate, Materials through to How Science Works.
http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/educators/classroom_and_homework_resources.aspx
Planet ScienceLooking for Weird, Wonderful and Wacky experiments that will dazzle your STEMClub? KS3 and KS4 activity ideas
http://www.planet-science.com/categories/experiments.aspx
Food For Thought – Free Enterprise/STEM ResourceResourceKS3 resource sponsored by Waitrose. Introduces young people to the complex relationships and businessdecisions behind a new food product.
http://www.face-online.org.uk/food-for-thought/food-for-thought-enterprise-challenge
FARMING and COUNTRYSIDE Education (FACE) STEM in Farming linking schools and the farming industry. Great resources, KS1-KS4, including careers and enterprise
http://www.face-online.org.uk
Why Not Chem Eng Free STEM Club/curriculum resources and Careers literature about Chemical Engineering.Free teaching resources for secondary schools such as their Top Ten Flash Bang Demos and The Process of Sugar Making.
http://www.whynotchemeng.com
The Renewable World FREE DT, Science, Maths and Geography Stuff from the DfE
http://www.renewableworld.org.uk
Changing Futures From NOWGENNowgen – Comprises three zones: The CF Zone, The Gene Therapy Zone and The TeacherZone. KS3-KS5 Resources exploring cystic fibrosis (CF) and gene therapy
http://www.changing-futures.co.uk
World maths dayAn online Global Competition that takes place every year. For resources and to enter go to:
http://www.3plearning.com/worldeducationgames
National Centre Excellence in Teaching Maths Club/ practical ideas and careers info. Activities and FREE resources on the importance of maths.
https://www.ncetm.org.uk
My Money WeekWeekPersonal Finance – FREE Resources for Maths and Finance. My Money Week Activity Pack and resources online, contain posters, stickers, scenario cards andloads of ideas about how to use these to create inspiring activities about money.
http://www.pfeg.org/resources/mymoneyweek
CODE Club A nationwide network of volunteer-led after school coding clubs for children aged 9-11 After-school coding clubs nationwide, encouraging volunteers to run programmingactivities in schools.
http://codeclub.org.uk
Royal Society – INVIGORATE Curriculum-linked science teaching resources, based on the work of scientists connected with the Royal Society, allowing teachers andstudents to find out how science in the past is relevant for our lives today. http://invigorate.royalsociety.org/
STEMNET Engineering Resources. Developed in conjunction with teachers, The Academy and STEMNET have produced a suite ofengineering based resources for teachers and STEM Ambassadors.
http://www.raeng.org.uk/education/eenp/engineering_resources/default.htm
Curious Minds IET – STEM Resource Library FREE TEACHING RESOURCES – classroom activities for students aged 11-19 years with filmclips, online games and quizzes. KS1-KS5
http://faraday.theiet.org/resources/index.cfm
Borrow The Moon ! Schools, museums and clubs can borrow samples of NASA-loaned Moon rockand meteorite samples from the Natural HistoryMuseum.
http://www.stfc.ac.uk/1360.aspx
British Gas – Generation Green Resources Education programme; teaching children about sustainability,inspiring a nation of energy innovators and providing energy makeovers for schools .Access free STEM resources and competitions
http://www.generationgreen.co.uk
Science in Society Silver CREST Projects Project booklets on Diabetesand STEM Cells . These are Silver CREST Awards and are all ready to download from the British Science Associationwebsite.
http://www.britishscienceassociation.org/crest-awards/project-resources-and-accredited-schemes/pick-run-project-resources
Malaria Challenge – FREE Educational Resource for KS4/5 Free multimedia educational resource for 14-18 year old students and their teachers. Resource contains 3D animations, scientific images and videos as well as interviews with world leadingmalaria researchers.

http://www.yourgenome.org/teachers/malariachallenge.shtml

National Science and Engineering SEN Resources Super Science activity pack for groups with special needs. Designed for children who have difficulty following instructions or find it hard toremember verbal instructions.
http://britishscienceassociation.enewsplus.co.uk/cm/public/enews/news.php?newsid=2560&templateid=67&ticketid=9DQJLPU24B&mm=144255
Young Engineers Activities and competitions for STEM Clubs and STEM Days for 7-19 Year Olds. Register and the resources are free. Activities include Project Eggs Factor , Krazy Racers and FREE STEM Activity resources.
http://www.youngeng.org/activities
Big Bang Teacher Resources The annual Big Bang Fair provides a wealth of STEM activities. The National STEM Centre has developed packages of resources to support teachers in building students’ understanding of The Big Bang Fair before the event
http://www.nationalstemcentre.org.uk/big-bang
STEMNET – Practical Biology Enhancement Activities STEMNET, the Astra Zeneca Teaching Trust, the Society for Biology and 4Sciencesome have created some great classroom resources.
http://www.stemnet.org.uk/resources/other/50
Mission: Explore Food activity cookbook from the Geography Association.The activity cookbook challenges children to go cannibal, cook in acid, make chocolate poos . STEMClubs KS1 onwards.
http://www.geography.org.uk/resources/missionexplore
We Are Aliens A 360° digital planetarium show narrated by Rupert Grint.As well as on-line movies the website also includes space related activities for KS3 and 4 under the headings of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Great for STEM Clubs.
http://wearealiens.com/resources/
Imagineering Introduces 8-16 year olds to the fascinating world of engineering and technology through fun, hands-on activities.
http://imagineering.org.uk/
Illusioneering – the Magic of Engineering. FREE STEM Club and Curriculum resources. Find out about concealed chemistry, paradox producing physics, baffling biology, mysterious mathematics and enchanting engineering. Each of the magical effects presented here is easy to do at home or in the classroom and will astound your audience.
http://www.illusioneering.org/
Thomas Edison – Teaching Resources. Edison’s four great inventions, phonograph (music business), motion pictures, power industry/electric light bulb and the invention factory [R&D labs] – forever changed the world.
http://www.thomasedison.org/

STEM Speakers
University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) UCLAN are very active in STEM outreach with many opportunities being available at any one time. For latest availability go to:
http://www.uclan.ac.uk/information/colleges/schools_colleges.php
Explore Your Universe – Atoms to Astrophysics Explore Your Universe with lots of resources, live links, meet the physicist opportunities and more.
http://www.exploreyouruniverse.org/about-us/the-resources
Royal Society Chemistry – Activities Learn Chemistry by the RSC has hundreds of resources to help you teach chemistry. Features chemistry demonstrations, assessment tools, handouts and worksheets, from primary age to HE.
http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource
Nathan’s Barr Maths Inspiration One of the largest maths enrichment programmes for teenagers in the UK. For Year 11s and sixth formers to experience inspiring maths speakers live.
http://www.mathsinspiration.com
TOMORROWS ENGINEERSis all around us – from the cars we drive to the make-up we wear to thegames we play. Engineering careers, activities and info at:
http://www.tomorrowsengineers.org.uk/home.cfm
Sci Ents- Professional STEM Presenters for school assemblies and special events. NOTE: There will be a cost for these presenters.
http://www.scients.co.uk/
FARMING and COUNTRYSIDE Education (FACE) STEM in Farming linking schools and the farming industry. Great resources, KS1-KS4, including careers and enterprise
http://www.face-online.org.uk
Biology 4 All Hosts a database of University based staff willing to present to schools.
http://www.biology4all.com
Speakers for Schools Inspirational speakers giving talks in state schools for free.Apply for a speaker for your school at
http://www.speakers4schools.org
Think Maths – Speakers For Schools Think Maths is run by a group of mathematics speakers who visit schools and run workshops and sessions for all ages and abilities. http://www.think-maths.co.uk/home

Careers
Rolls-Royce Resources for Schools Find out about aero-engine design, play the design games and test your knowledge about design and materials in a short fun quiz. Also download the teacher notes for the Rolls-Royce ‘ Space Game’ and play it with your STEM Club .KS2-KS5.
http://www.rolls-royce.com/careers/students_and_graduates/education_and_work_experience/resources_for_schools
STEM Club Projects from STEMFirst STEMFirst can email you a selection of resources, developed by the SCDI. Email Helen Heggie at STEMFirst for activities such as CSI Day , Pizza Box Challenge, Space Challenges. Includes teachers’ notes and student worksheets on a series of forensic investigations suitable KS3/4. These are ideal projects for a club to run over a number of weeks.
The Mole is the Royal Society of Chemistry’s magazine for students, and anyone inspired to dig deeper into chemistry. Includes lots of different Chemistry ideas and things you can investigate at home or in a STEM club environment.
http://www.rsc.org/Education/EiC/TheMole/index.asp
NRICH Enriching Mathematics Engineers design, make and test things to see how they can be improved and made fit for purpose. Try some of these ideas, and see how maths can help. These activities can last one to two club sessions or be extended over 6 weeks.
http://nrich.maths.org/8975
The What Apprenticeships? FREE resource for students. This handy on-line book takes students through the questions about apprenticeships.
http://www.whatapprenticeship.co.uk
The Future Proof Your Career tool A short interactive online module giving information on the opportunities for building services installers in the areas of renewable and environmental technologies.
http://www.nsa-elearning.org.uk/10-future-proof-your-career.html
MakeIT Northwest Aims to break down the stereotypes surrounding careers within manufacturing and allows young people to explore what opportunities are available in the North West. Teacher resources, games and fantastic event/competition information included.
http://www.makeit.org.uk
BAE Systems BAE Systems have over 30,000 engineers working all over the world designing, testing and building products for global systems, defence and aerospace industries.Full of all the careers information you need.
http://www.baesystemseducationprogramme.com
Careers in AerospaceCareers initiative from the partnership of The Royal Aeronautical Society and A|D|S Group (Advancing UK Aerospace, Defence and Security industries).Whether you’re at school, college or university you’ll be able to find out about every opportunity to be part of this exciting industry.
http://www.careersinaerospace.com
University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) UCLAN are very active in STEM outreach with many opportunities being available at any one time. For latest availability go to:
http://www.uclan.ac.uk/information/colleges/schools_colleges.php
ENGAGE – FREE STEM resources KS4 /KS5 Bringing real, up-to-date science into classrooms across Europe. Resources , videos and lessons plans for running engaging relevant STEM debates with your students
http://www.engagingscience.eu
Explore Your Universe – Atoms to Astrophysics Explore Your Universe with lots of resources, live links, meet the physicist opportunities and more.
http://www.exploreyouruniverse.org/about-us/the-resources
Real-life Maths Activities for lessons and Clubs! STEMNET have created a fantastic group of hands-on maths activities that are linked to real STEM Ambassadors, their jobs and curriculum areas.
http://www.stemnet.org.uk/real-life-maths
Where can STEM take you ? STEM Careers is a digital toolkit for students and teachers. Make the link between the STEM in school and the world of work.
http://www.wherestemcantakeyou.co.uk
NAS National Apprenticeship Service Careers Website with all you need to know about apprenticeships, careers resources for school and employer information
http://www.apprenticeships.org.uk
Royal Society Chemistry – Activities Learn Chemistry by the RSC has hundreds of resources to help you teach chemistry. Features chemistry demonstrations, assessment tools, handouts and worksheets, from primary age to HE.
http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource
Nrich Maths The NRICH Project brought to you by Cambridge University, aims to enrich the mathematical experiences of all learners. The topics are suitable for curriculum time or extra-curricular club activities.
http://nrich.maths.org
STEMFirst Ambassador Usage Models.  Model ‘lesson plans’ to be used by teachers and STEM Ambassadors. Activities range from Careers Workshops, Hands-on Fun Practical’s through to discussions regarding the stereotypes surrounding STEM.  Ambassador Usage Models (640KB)
STEM Directories Online Directories of a collection of schemes and activities provided by organisations from across the UK that aim to enhance and enrich the STEM curriculum. http://www.stemdirectories.org.uk
Maths Careers Maths careers website to find out more about the maths around us: http://www.mathscareers.org.uk/
Institute of Physics.  Fantastic range of STEM Resources including; Milo and Marvin activities, Physics Demo Videos, Careers Literature.  https://www.iop.org/education/Marvin and Milo resources for STEM Clubs / Lessons. https://www.iop.org/education/teacher/extra_resources/stem/page_41714.html

BLOODHOUND SSC and BLOODHOUND BLAST  Free online community for explorers and educators from 4 to 104! Unique project about the research, design, build and testing of the Bloodhound Supersonic car. Resources for teachers and students.   http://www.bloodhoundssc.com/education
The James Dyson Foundation  FREE Resource boxes for Primary and Secondary. Online activities to download for STEM Clubs and excellent Careers Resources, posters for schools. http://www.jamesdysonfoundation.co.uk
PLUS MATHSMATHSFREE Maths Posters and classroom resources, on-line activities for Clubs and practical maths sessions. Includes fantastic Careers literature for Secondary pupils .
http://plus.maths.org
TOMORROWS ENGINEERSis all around us – from the cars we drive to the make-up we wear to thegames we play. Engineering careers, activities and info at:
http://www.tomorrowsengineers.org.uk/home.cfm
FUTURE MORPHFantastic careers resources for Science and Maths. KS3/4. FREE teachers resources,careers case studies, posters and info for STEM Clubs and displays/careers evenings.
http://www.futuremorph.org/teachers/teachers
Food For Thought – Free Enterprise/STEM ResourceResourceKS3 resource sponsored by Waitrose. Introduces young people to the complex relationships and businessdecisions behind a new food product.
http://www.face-online.org.uk/food-for-thought/food-for-thought-enterprise-challenge
FARMING and COUNTRYSIDE Education (FACE) STEM in Farming linking schools and the farming industry. Great resources, KS1-KS4, including careers and enterprise
http://www.face-online.org.uk
3M CareersWISE- FREE Careers ResourcesResourcesEncourages 11-14 year-olds to think about their interests andmotivations. Complete a simple quiz, get a personalised profile and then view videointerviews with real 3M employees who share some of their careers.
http://www.3mcareerwise.co.uk
Step into the NHS Map your Career on the NHS Careers website. Answer the questions and let this fabulous interactive careers tool give you recommendations for atailor-made career in the NHS Suitable for KS3 onwards.
http://www.stepintothenhs.nhs.uk/take-the-test.aspx
I’m A Scientist, Get Me Out Of Here! And I’m An Engineer!are online competitions, in which students submit questions for the scientists
and engineers. Register and take part for free. KS3-KS5.
http://imascientist.org.uk/http://imanengineer.org.uk
Why Not Chem Eng Free STEM Club/curriculum resources and Careers literature about Chemical Engineering.Free teaching resources for secondary schools such as their Top Ten Flash Bang Demos and The Process of Sugar Making.
http://www.whynotchemeng.com
National Centre Excellence in Teaching Maths Club/ practical ideas and careers info. Activities and FREE resources on the importance of maths.
https://www.ncetm.org.uk
My Money WeekWeekPersonal Finance – FREE Resources for Maths and Finance. My Money Week Activity Pack and resources online, contain posters, stickers, scenario cards andloads of ideas about how to use these to create inspiring activities about money.
http://www.pfeg.org/resources/mymoneyweek
Talent 2030 Careers website focussed on inspiring young people into STEM careers. Contains case studies, job opportunities, routes into careers and gives up to theminute information regarding national STEM offers from other organisations.
http://www.talent2030.org
icould - Inspirational Careers Videos about inspiration, encouragement and discovery . icould gives students the inside story of how careers work. The icould storytellers relate, in their own words, their real life careerjourneys.
http://icould.com/about
STEMNET Engineering Resources. Developed in conjunction with teachers, The Academy and STEMNET have produced a suite ofengineering based resources for teachers and STEM Ambassadors.
http://www.raeng.org.uk/education/eenp/engineering_resources/default.htm
Curious Minds IET – STEM Resource Library FREE TEACHING RESOURCES – classroom activities for students aged 11-19 years with filmclips, online games and quizzes. KS1-KS5
http://faraday.theiet.org/resources/index.cfm
Biology 4 All Hosts a database of University based staff willing to present to schools.
http://www.biology4all.com
Go Cracker STEM Careers website providing students with a clear link between how the study of STEM and rewarding career paths.
http://www.gocracker.com
Women in Science and Engineering Careers information regarding Women in STEM. Free Resources, posters and careers support.
http://www.wisecampaign.org.uk
Careers World One stop website for careers advice and searching for the very best training and career opportunities within England, Scotland and Wales. Live apprenticeships and careers information.
http://www.careersworld.co.uk
Speakers for Schools Inspirational speakers giving talks in state schools for free.Apply for a speaker for your school at
http://www.speakers4schools.org
Engineering Careers Online gateway to engineering and manufacturing
http://www.engineeringcareers.co.uk
Think Maths – Speakers For Schools Think Maths is run by a group of mathematics speakers who visit schools and run workshops and sessions for all ages and abilities. http://www.think-maths.co.uk/home

Teacher Resources
Rolls-Royce Resources for Schools Find out about aero-engine design, play the design games and test your knowledge about design and materials in a short fun quiz. Also download the teacher notes for the Rolls-Royce ‘ Space Game’ and play it with your STEM Club .KS2-KS5.
http://www.rolls-royce.com/careers/students_and_graduates/education_and_work_experience/resources_for_schools
The BP Educational Service (BPES) produce and distribute curriculum-linked teaching resources about BP and the petrochemical industry for 5 to 19 year olds.
http://www.bp.com/bpes
Discover Materials with IOM3 The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) Schools Affiliate Scheme (SAS) provides support and resources to enrich materials topics in the 11-19 curriculum.
http://www.iom3.org/sas
NAS National Apprenticeship Service Careers Website with all you need to know about apprenticeships, careers resources for school and employer information
http://www.apprenticeships.org.uk
Royal Society Chemistry – Activities Learn Chemistry by the RSC has hundreds of resources to help you teach chemistry. Features chemistry demonstrations, assessment tools, handouts and worksheets, from primary age to HE.
http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource
Your Genome – FREE Resources and Curriculum/Club ideas. Find a range of resources from Flash animations to paper and web based activities, which will support the teaching of topics such as DNA, genes and proteins, cancer and the Human Genome Project. 14-19 Years.
http://www.yourgenome.org/landing_teachers.shtml
National Science and Engineering – Challenge Pack Free resources and materials.The Challenge Pack aims to give students, aged 11-16, and their teachers/educators support to create STEM project that they can enter into the National Science + Engineering Competition.
http://www.nsecuk.org
STEM Clubs The STEM Clubs website gives advice on setting up a club, ideas for activities and lets clubs interact with each other to develop inter-school opportunities. http://www.stemclubs.net
Newground  Newground works in partnership with teachers to deliver education for sustainable development covering; fairtrade, climate change, resource efficiency, transport and local biodiversity. http://www.newground.co.uk
3M Worldly Wise – Environmental Sustainability Resource   For teachers and students, with over 60 downloadable class worksheets and lesson ideas for science and maths lessons; environmental sustainability , future STEM , online resources for KS3/4. http://www.3m.co.uk/intl/uk/3Mworldly-wise
ARKive  Free teaching resources for 7 to 16 year olds; science / biology subjects including: adaptation, food chains, Darwin and natural selection, classification, conservation and biodiversity. http://www.arkive.org/education
The Renewable World FREE DT, Science, Maths and Geography Stuff from the DfE
http://www.renewableworld.org.uk
Changing Futures From NOWGENNowgen – Comprises three zones: The CF Zone, The Gene Therapy Zone and The TeacherZone. KS3-KS5 Resources exploring cystic fibrosis (CF) and gene therapy
http://www.changing-futures.co.uk
Royal Society – INVIGORATE Curriculum-linked science teaching resources, based on the work of scientists connected with the Royal Society, allowing teachers andstudents to find out how science in the past is relevant for our lives today. http://invigorate.royalsociety.org/
Tunnelworks is an exciting new series of teaching and learning resources that brings the curriculum to life.Allows students and KS3 and KS4 to undertake real-life based Science or Maths challenge based around the project of the Thames Tideway Tunnel. http://www.tunnelworks.co.uk
Thomas Edison – Teaching Resources. Edison’s four great inventions, phonograph (music business), motion pictures, power industry/electric light bulb and the invention factory [R&D labs] – forever changed the world.
http://www.thomasedison.org/

Lesson Activity
Rolls-Royce Resources for Schools Find out about aero-engine design, play the design games and test your knowledge about design and materials in a short fun quiz. Also download the teacher notes for the Rolls-Royce ‘ Space Game’ and play it with your STEM Club .KS2-KS5.
http://www.rolls-royce.com/careers/students_and_graduates/education_and_work_experience/resources_for_schools
STEM Club Projects from STEMFirst STEMFirst can email you a selection of resources, developed by the SCDI. Email Helen Heggie at STEMFirst for activities such as CSI Day , Pizza Box Challenge, Space Challenges. Includes teachers’ notes and student worksheets on a series of forensic investigations suitable KS3/4. These are ideal projects for a club to run over a number of weeks.
Save Our Snacks Can you pack a snack so that it makes it through the post in one piece? STEM Club a
Year groups: Year 7-11 (11-16)
http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/educators_OLD/classroom_and_homework_resources/resources/sos.aspx
BSA British Science Association Science busking activities from the British Science Association and Science Made Simple are great either for use in a Club, on a school activity day or even to take out into the community!
http://www.stemfirst.com/wp-content/uploads/CampusScience_activity-pack-FULL.pdf
The Mole is the Royal Society of Chemistry’s magazine for students, and anyone inspired to dig deeper into chemistry. Includes lots of different Chemistry ideas and things you can investigate at home or in a STEM club environment.
http://www.rsc.org/Education/EiC/TheMole/index.asp
NRICH Enriching Mathematics Engineers design, make and test things to see how they can be improved and made fit for purpose. Try some of these ideas, and see how maths can help. These activities can last one to two club sessions or be extended over 6 weeks.
http://nrich.maths.org/8975
FIRST LEGO League A global science and technology competition for teams of students. Uses LEGO Mindstorms materials (or technology) to challenge students’ creativity.
http://www.firstlegoleague.co.uk
MakeIT Northwest Aims to break down the stereotypes surrounding careers within manufacturing and allows young people to explore what opportunities are available in the North West. Teacher resources, games and fantastic event/competition information included.
http://www.makeit.org.uk
The BP Educational Service (BPES) produce and distribute curriculum-linked teaching resources about BP and the petrochemical industry for 5 to 19 year olds.
http://www.bp.com/bpes
University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) UCLAN are very active in STEM outreach with many opportunities being available at any one time. For latest availability go to:
http://www.uclan.ac.uk/information/colleges/schools_colleges.php
British Science Association Provides a wide range of STEM Club practical ideas, resource booklets and easy to pick up and run projects. To download, register on the BSA website, at:http://www.britishscienceassociation.org
Science of a Night Out – FREE STEM Activity ideas. Ever wondered about the physics of high heels, the science of ironing, what puts the pop in popcorn and turns images into movies?Wanting to run a STEM club for KS3 and looking for a theme to run over 6 weeks?Email Helen at STEMFirst on helen.heggie@stemfirst.com to receive a free copy.
ENGAGE – FREE STEM resources KS4 /KS5 Bringing real, up-to-date science into classrooms across Europe. Resources , videos and lessons plans for running engaging relevant STEM debates with your students
http://www.engagingscience.eu
Why the North is so Brilliant! Aimed at young people (mainly Primary); the website contains lots of educational resources, STEM and history about the North of Engand
http://greatnorthstory.co.uk
Practical Action Here at STEMFirst we love the resources from Practical Action!Practical Action have produced great STEM Club resources such as; Beat the Flood, Squashed Tomato, Technology Justice, Floating Garden Challenge. Perfect for STEMClubs KS2-KS5
http://practicalaction.org
Explore Your Universe – Atoms to Astrophysics Explore Your Universe with lots of resources, live links, meet the physicist opportunities and more.
http://www.exploreyouruniverse.org/about-us/the-resources
STEMNET Challenges Developed by STEMNET as a run-up to the Olympics, these are designed to take 6-8 weeks and idealfor STEM Club. The resources are also flexible enough to be used as part of normal school lessons.The STEM Challenges programme is CREST accredited.
http://www.stemchallenges.net
Futurecade – From the Science Museum An innovative interactive suite of games from the Science Museum that allows students to explore how science and technology impacts on their everyday lives.
http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/futurecade
Brompton Bicycles – Design Technology Resources Resources for the design process from initial brief through market and product research, modelling/trialling and evaluation. Specific challenges reflect the five strands of the Design and Technology curriculum.
http://brompton.com/education/9772
Real-life Maths Activities for lessons and Clubs! STEMNET have created a fantastic group of hands-on maths activities that are linked to real STEM Ambassadors, their jobs and curriculum areas.
http://www.stemnet.org.uk/real-life-maths
Nationwide Education – Maths and Finance Nationwide Education bring you a fantastic website with maths and finance related activities for KS2-5 .
http://www.nationwideeducation.co.uk/www/index.php
Royal Society Chemistry – Activities Learn Chemistry by the RSC has hundreds of resources to help you teach chemistry. Features chemistry demonstrations, assessment tools, handouts and worksheets, from primary age to HE.
http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource
The Chocolate Experiment ! Everyone loves eating chocolate and this is a good excuse to buy some of the lovely brown stuff and run some experiments! This would be great experiment for a STEM club or as part of Chemistry talk or demonstration.
http://www.nuffieldfoundation.org/practical-chemistry/chocolate-and-structure
Your Genome – FREE Resources and Curriculum/Club ideas. Find a range of resources from Flash animations to paper and web based activities, which will support the teaching of topics such as DNA, genes and proteins, cancer and the Human Genome Project. 14-19 Years.
http://www.yourgenome.org/landing_teachers.shtml
Evacuate – MET Office Activity eVACuate! is a game brought to you by the Met Office . Can you use the power of maths, meteorology and your mind to keep the citizens of Green Island out of danger?
http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/learning/evacuate
Nrich Maths The NRICH Project brought to you by Cambridge University, aims to enrich the mathematical experiences of all learners. The topics are suitable for curriculum time or extra-curricular club activities.
http://nrich.maths.org
STEMFirst Ambassador Usage Models.  Model ‘lesson plans’ to be used by teachers and STEM Ambassadors. Activities range from Careers Workshops, Hands-on Fun Practical’s through to discussions regarding the stereotypes surrounding STEM.  Ambassador Usage Models (640KB)
Lab in a Lorry  A mobile lab from IOP that gives young people the chance to explore science through hands-on experiments.  FREE for schools. Register at: http://www.labinalorry.org.uk/
Smallpeice Trust An independent educational charity that runs hands-on (STEM) activities and exciting engineering courses for pupils in Years 6-12.  http://www.smallpeicetrust.org.uk
Crest Awards  CREST is a project-based awards scheme STEM. STEMFirst co-ordinate the British Science Associations CREST Award scheme for Lancashire. KS1-KS5. UCAS endorsed and linked to Duke of Edinburgh Awards. http://www.britishscienceassociation.org/crest-awards
STEM Directories Online Directories of a collection of schemes and activities provided by organisations from across the UK that aim to enhance and enrich the STEM curriculum. http://www.stemdirectories.org.uk
Newground  Newground works in partnership with teachers to deliver education for sustainable development covering; fairtrade, climate change, resource efficiency, transport and local biodiversity. http://www.newground.co.uk
The Pod High quality resources, activities and games on the theme of ‘eco’, ‘green’ and ‘sustainability’.. http://www.jointhepod.org
The Squashed Tomato Challenge.  From Practical Action, this is a fun hands-on STEM  challenge for KS2-5,based on forces/friction/levers; http://practicalaction.org/squashed-tomato-challenge-5
Maths Careers Maths careers website to find out more about the maths around us: http://www.mathscareers.org.uk/
Primary Engineer   Aims to encourage young people to consider STEM careers. Projects include Primary Engineer, STEM Leaders Award. http://www.primaryengineer.com
3M Worldly Wise – Environmental Sustainability Resource   For teachers and students, with over 60 downloadable class worksheets and lesson ideas for science and maths lessons; environmental sustainability , future STEM , online resources for KS3/4. http://www.3m.co.uk/intl/uk/3Mworldly-wise
BP Educational Service   For 4-19 year olds focusing on Science,Maths, Geography and Business Studies. http://bpes.bp.com
Institute of Physics.  Fantastic range of STEM Resources including; Milo and Marvin activities, Physics Demo Videos, Careers Literature.  https://www.iop.org/education/Marvin and Milo resources for STEM Clubs / Lessons. https://www.iop.org/education/teacher/extra_resources/stem/page_41714.html

BLOODHOUND SSC and BLOODHOUND BLAST  Free online community for explorers and educators from 4 to 104! Unique project about the research, design, build and testing of the Bloodhound Supersonic car. Resources for teachers and students.   http://www.bloodhoundssc.com/education
The James Dyson Foundation  FREE Resource boxes for Primary and Secondary. Online activities to download for STEM Clubs and excellent Careers Resources, posters for schools. http://www.jamesdysonfoundation.co.uk
PLUS MATHSMATHSFREE Maths Posters and classroom resources, on-line activities for Clubs and practical maths sessions. Includes fantastic Careers literature for Secondary pupils .
http://plus.maths.org
TOMORROWS ENGINEERSis all around us – from the cars we drive to the make-up we wear to thegames we play. Engineering careers, activities and info at:
http://www.tomorrowsengineers.org.uk/home.cfm
FUTURE MORPHFantastic careers resources for Science and Maths. KS3/4. FREE teachers resources,careers case studies, posters and info for STEM Clubs and displays/careers evenings.
http://www.futuremorph.org/teachers/teachers
GLOBAL CREST CHALLENGESExciting CREST awards based around using science and technology to address global issues such as energy, water and food. KS3-KS5 .
http://practicalaction.org/crest
SCIENCE MUSEUMFabulous STEM ideas , curriculumgames, resources and STEM Club ideas.KS1-KS5 with STEM Topics from Genetics,Materials, Climate, Materials through to How Science Works.
http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/educators/classroom_and_homework_resources.aspx
GLOBAL RENEWABLES EDUCATION CENTRE AND OUTREACH – FREE For Lancashire Schools -Schools A unique and exciting three stage environmental programme for pupils over 7 years old. All activities are cross curricular and support delivery of the National Curriculum.
http://www.globalrenewables.co.uk/education/
Planet ScienceLooking for Weird, Wonderful and Wacky experiments that will dazzle your STEMClub? KS3 and KS4 activity ideas
http://www.planet-science.com/categories/experiments.aspx
Food For Thought – Free Enterprise/STEM ResourceResourceKS3 resource sponsored by Waitrose. Introduces young people to the complex relationships and businessdecisions behind a new food product.
http://www.face-online.org.uk/food-for-thought/food-for-thought-enterprise-challenge
FARMING and COUNTRYSIDE Education (FACE) STEM in Farming linking schools and the farming industry. Great resources, KS1-KS4, including careers and enterprise
http://www.face-online.org.uk
3M CareersWISE- FREE Careers ResourcesResourcesEncourages 11-14 year-olds to think about their interests andmotivations. Complete a simple quiz, get a personalised profile and then view videointerviews with real 3M employees who share some of their careers.
http://www.3mcareerwise.co.uk
Step into the NHS Map your Career on the NHS Careers website. Answer the questions and let this fabulous interactive careers tool give you recommendations for atailor-made career in the NHS Suitable for KS3 onwards.
http://www.stepintothenhs.nhs.uk/take-the-test.aspx
I’m A Scientist, Get Me Out Of Here! And I’m An Engineer!are online competitions, in which students submit questions for the scientists
and engineers. Register and take part for free. KS3-KS5.
http://imascientist.org.uk/http://imanengineer.org.uk
Why Not Chem Eng Free STEM Club/curriculum resources and Careers literature about Chemical Engineering.Free teaching resources for secondary schools such as their Top Ten Flash Bang Demos and The Process of Sugar Making.
http://www.whynotchemeng.com
The Renewable World FREE DT, Science, Maths and Geography Stuff from the DfE
http://www.renewableworld.org.uk
Changing Futures From NOWGENNowgen – Comprises three zones: The CF Zone, The Gene Therapy Zone and The TeacherZone. KS3-KS5 Resources exploring cystic fibrosis (CF) and gene therapy
http://www.changing-futures.co.uk
World maths dayAn online Global Competition that takes place every year. For resources and to enter go to:
http://www.3plearning.com/worldeducationgames
National Centre Excellence in Teaching Maths Club/ practical ideas and careers info. Activities and FREE resources on the importance of maths.
https://www.ncetm.org.uk
My Money WeekWeekPersonal Finance – FREE Resources for Maths and Finance. My Money Week Activity Pack and resources online, contain posters, stickers, scenario cards andloads of ideas about how to use these to create inspiring activities about money.
http://www.pfeg.org/resources/mymoneyweek
CODE Club A nationwide network of volunteer-led after school coding clubs for children aged 9-11 After-school coding clubs nationwide, encouraging volunteers to run programmingactivities in schools.
http://codeclub.org.uk
Royal Society – INVIGORATE Curriculum-linked science teaching resources, based on the work of scientists connected with the Royal Society, allowing teachers andstudents to find out how science in the past is relevant for our lives today. http://invigorate.royalsociety.org/
Tunnelworks is an exciting new series of teaching and learning resources that brings the curriculum to life.Allows students and KS3 and KS4 to undertake real-life based Science or Maths challenge based around the project of the Thames Tideway Tunnel. http://www.tunnelworks.co.uk
STEMNET Engineering Resources. Developed in conjunction with teachers, The Academy and STEMNET have produced a suite ofengineering based resources for teachers and STEM Ambassadors.
http://www.raeng.org.uk/education/eenp/engineering_resources/default.htm
Curious Minds IET – STEM Resource Library FREE TEACHING RESOURCES – classroom activities for students aged 11-19 years with filmclips, online games and quizzes. KS1-KS5
http://faraday.theiet.org/resources/index.cfm
Borrow The Moon ! Schools, museums and clubs can borrow samples of NASA-loaned Moon rockand meteorite samples from the Natural HistoryMuseum.
http://www.stfc.ac.uk/1360.aspx
British Gas – Generation Green Resources Education programme; teaching children about sustainability,inspiring a nation of energy innovators and providing energy makeovers for schools .Access free STEM resources and competitions
http://www.generationgreen.co.uk
Science in Society Silver CREST Projects Project booklets on Diabetesand STEM Cells . These are Silver CREST Awards and are all ready to download from the British Science Associationwebsite.
http://www.britishscienceassociation.org/crest-awards/project-resources-and-accredited-schemes/pick-run-project-resources
Malaria Challenge – FREE Educational Resource for KS4/5 Free multimedia educational resource for 14-18 year old students and their teachers. Resource contains 3D animations, scientific images and videos as well as interviews with world leadingmalaria researchers.

http://www.yourgenome.org/teachers/malariachallenge.shtml

National Science and Engineering SEN Resources Super Science activity pack for groups with special needs. Designed for children who have difficulty following instructions or find it hard toremember verbal instructions.
http://britishscienceassociation.enewsplus.co.uk/cm/public/enews/news.php?newsid=2560&templateid=67&ticketid=9DQJLPU24B&mm=144255
Young Engineers Activities and competitions for STEM Clubs and STEM Days for 7-19 Year Olds. Register and the resources are free. Activities include Project Eggs Factor , Krazy Racers and FREE STEM Activity resources.
http://www.youngeng.org/activities
Big Bang Teacher Resources The annual Big Bang Fair provides a wealth of STEM activities. The National STEM Centre has developed packages of resources to support teachers in building students’ understanding of The Big Bang Fair before the event
http://www.nationalstemcentre.org.uk/big-bang
STEMNET – Practical Biology Enhancement Activities STEMNET, the Astra Zeneca Teaching Trust, the Society for Biology and 4Sciencesome have created some great classroom resources.
http://www.stemnet.org.uk/resources/other/50
Mission: Explore Food activity cookbook from the Geography Association.The activity cookbook challenges children to go cannibal, cook in acid, make chocolate poos . STEMClubs KS1 onwards.
http://www.geography.org.uk/resources/missionexplore
Think Maths – Speakers For Schools Think Maths is run by a group of mathematics speakers who visit schools and run workshops and sessions for all ages and abilities. http://www.think-maths.co.uk/home
We Are Aliens A 360° digital planetarium show narrated by Rupert Grint.As well as on-line movies the website also includes space related activities for KS3 and 4 under the headings of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Great for STEM Clubs.
http://wearealiens.com/resources/
Imagineering Introduces 8-16 year olds to the fascinating world of engineering and technology through fun, hands-on activities.
http://imagineering.org.uk/
Illusioneering – the Magic of Engineering. FREE STEM Club and Curriculum resources. Find out about concealed chemistry, paradox producing physics, baffling biology, mysterious mathematics and enchanting engineering. Each of the magical effects presented here is easy to do at home or in the classroom and will astound your audience.
http://www.illusioneering.org/
Thomas Edison – Teaching Resources. Edison’s four great inventions, phonograph (music business), motion pictures, power industry/electric light bulb and the invention factory [R&D labs] – forever changed the world.
http://www.thomasedison.org/

Resource Service
National Science and Engineering – Challenge Pack Free resources and materials.The Challenge Pack aims to give students, aged 11-16, and their teachers/educators support to create STEM project that they can enter into the National Science + Engineering Competition.
http://www.nsecuk.org
The James Dyson Foundation  FREE Resource boxes for Primary and Secondary. Online activities to download for STEM Clubs and excellent Careers Resources, posters for schools. http://www.jamesdysonfoundation.co.uk
FUTURE MORPHFantastic careers resources for Science and Maths. KS3/4. FREE teachers resources,careers case studies, posters and info for STEM Clubs and displays/careers evenings.
http://www.futuremorph.org/teachers/teachers
Why Not Chem Eng Free STEM Club/curriculum resources and Careers literature about Chemical Engineering.Free teaching resources for secondary schools such as their Top Ten Flash Bang Demos and The Process of Sugar Making.
http://www.whynotchemeng.com
My Money WeekWeekPersonal Finance – FREE Resources for Maths and Finance. My Money Week Activity Pack and resources online, contain posters, stickers, scenario cards andloads of ideas about how to use these to create inspiring activities about money.
http://www.pfeg.org/resources/mymoneyweek
Borrow The Moon ! Schools, museums and clubs can borrow samples of NASA-loaned Moon rockand meteorite samples from the Natural HistoryMuseum.
http://www.stfc.ac.uk/1360.aspx
Go Cracker STEM Careers website providing students with a clear link between how the study of STEM and rewarding career paths.
http://www.gocracker.com

STEM Visit
Smallpeice Trust An independent educational charity that runs hands-on (STEM) activities and exciting engineering courses for pupils in Years 6-12.  http://www.smallpeicetrust.org.uk
Nathan’s Barr Maths Inspiration One of the largest maths enrichment programmes for teenagers in the UK. For Year 11s and sixth formers to experience inspiring maths speakers live.
http://www.mathsinspiration.com
SCIENCE MUSEUMFabulous STEM ideas , curriculumgames, resources and STEM Club ideas.KS1-KS5 with STEM Topics from Genetics,Materials, Climate, Materials through to How Science Works.
http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/educators/classroom_and_homework_resources.aspx
GLOBAL RENEWABLES EDUCATION CENTRE AND OUTREACH – FREE For Lancashire Schools -Schools A unique and exciting three stage environmental programme for pupils over 7 years old. All activities are cross curricular and support delivery of the National Curriculum.
http://www.globalrenewables.co.uk/education/