STEMNetworking Resource Bank
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Primary STEM Ambassador Toby Oliver engages Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 (5-11 years) pupils with fun science activities relating to construction and bridge building.
A selection of science experiment ideas some of which may be useful to STEM Ambassadors as possible activity for schools as part of a STEM Ambassador activity. Please note, some of the experiments listed are only suitable for trained professionals but these are clealy labelled on the website.
A collection of some of the science films that have been submitted to the Planet Sci-Cast Website which STEM Ambassadors may potentially find useful to include as part of school activities.
SciCast is about short, entertaining, useful science films... made by you. SciCast collect contributions from schools, families, universities, researchers, professional science communicators, teachers: anyone who wants to share their films with SciCast, and with each other.
SciCast's aim is to build the world’s most entertaining science resource.
These web pages will help you plan your film, giving you advice about equipment, how to organise your team, and what sorts of things seem to work most reliably. They've also got a really useful handbook which can be downloaded from the website.
Article published in D&T Practice 01.2011 on embedding renewable energy in the curriculum.
It may seem strange, but we need rocks for all our meals. They are used to make the crockery and cutlery we use at meal tables. More surprisingly, they – or the minerals they contain – are present in many of the things we eat and drink....
The Rock Cycle (KS3)
This web-resource, which is aimed at UK science students, shows how surface and deep Earth processes produce the rocks we stand on, and use to build our homes.