What is a STEM Club?
STEM Clubs tend not to be curriculum based but multi-disciplinary, across STEM subjects.
STEMstar! aims to run the following STEM groups in different regions;
App building clubs | Astronomy clubs | Enterprise club (STEM Focus) | Biology clubs | Botanical clubs | Physics clubs
Gifted and Talented STEM Clubs | Girls into Engineering clubs | Growing scientists clubs | Horticultural clubs | Product design clubs
Café Sci Clubs G | Chemistry clubs | Crystal growing clubs | Debating science clubs | Lab 13 clubs | Photography
Salters’ Chemistry Clubs | Science clubs | STEM Leaders clubs | Mad science clubs | Medical clubs | Wildlife clubs
National Science and Engineering Competition Clubs | WiSE (Women in to Science and Engineering) Clubs
Young Engineers Clubs 3D modelling clubs | SMART (Science, Maths and Revolutionary Technology)
© STEMNET | Published November 2014
The Impact of STEM Clubs
Through STEM Clubs, students gain practical, team work and leadership skills, their confidence and engagement in STEM increases as well as their motivation to study STEM and enter STEM careers. STEM clubs can also improve relations between students and teachers, and build links with local industry and employers, as well as raising the profile of STEM and the school within the local community.
National STEM Clubs Programme
The National STEM Clubs Programme, coordinated by STEMNET, aims to offer advice and guidance on clubs, working with regional contractors based throughout the UK.
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