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This STEM Careers Toolkit for secondary teachers has been designed, with teachers at every step of the wayPart of a series
STEM Ambassadors are volunteers from a wide range of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related jobs and disciplines across the UK. They offer their time and enthusiasm to help bring STEM subjects to life and demonstrate the value of them in life and careers. This website can be used to learn more about STEM Ambassadors.Part of a series
STEM activities created by Croda. They have developed a set of activities themed around areas of science important to Croda, but focused on everyday life and designed to get children working scientifically. Teachers can run these activities easily themselves, or we offer an Ambassador scheme for schools local to our sites where we can come into schools to help deliver the activities and talk about what it means to work in an innovative chemical company.
Engineers and scientists have revolutionised our world, from communications through to healthcare. Their skills are also essential to meeting the world’s energy demand whilst reducing carbon emissions. To sustain innovation and growth, the UK needs to double the number of people becoming engineers. The programmes below tell the Shell STEM story.Part of a series
Schemes of work, videos and interactive resources from Siemens relating to the STEM subjects.Part of a series
To help students understand careers in Chemistry, you may want to give them some job profiles that link to the module that they have just completed. This will enable students to make links with careers options available in Biology and make well informed decisions.Part of a series
A collection of two films featuring radiography students who talk about the qualities needed to become a radiographer and what a radiography course involves. Different roles of radiographers in the NHS are also mentioned and the various aspects of the job are also explained.Part of a series
This presentation is intended as a tool to help dispel the myth, “natural is good; man-made is bad”. It contains examples of useful chemicals as well as dangerous ones, highlights some common misconceptions and provides an engaging context for discussion.Part of a series