Promotes careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics using diverse and engaging activities across all key stages
Why is this important?
Over the next 20 years 62% of all new jobs created in the UK will be STEM related, and we currently have a skills shortage.
These jobs are essential to keep the UK competitive within global markets.
STEM graduates will earn on average £250 000 more than non-graduates over their lifetime.
Activities across all key stages including:
Throughout the academic year we provide a wide range of STEM related activities which our students can become involved in.
We also have a weekly STEM related form time fact sheet and computer screen saver we send out to all students and staff to promote and raise awareness of STEM related activities.
Dr Shaw within the science department is happy to speak to any parent/carer or student who wishes to get more involved in STEM related activities.
Use STEM career activity packs for parents/carers (e.g. futuremorph.org).
Watch Science, Technology and Engineering programs on TV/ internet together.
Access and discuss current news articles linked to STEM subjects.
Eureka National children’s museum,
Sheffield, Magna Science adventure centre, Rotherham,
Science, Technology and Medicine Museum, Leeds.
Leeds City Museum
In 2015, Year 12 students attended interactive presentations about cloud chemistry in an airship, and monitoring the marine environment.
This picture shows our inventors designing a marine buoy.
In 2016, Year 12 students listened
to an interactive presentation
about the use of Sound waves in
STEM careers, including the aging
and preservation of fine wines
Tel: 0113 275 7877
Fax: 0113 275 4784
Abbey Multi Academy Trust
c/o Chapter House
Abbey Grange Church of England Academy
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