Looking for engaging resources that will inspire your children?

 

Our free STEM, science, design and technology resources fit the UK curriculum and engage children in real world issues including climate change, renewable energy, food security and disaster preparedness.

Our STEM challenges make ideal activities for primary and secondary aged children. Each challenge is easy to navigate as includes a Teacher’s guide to running the challenge, activity sheets, a PowerPoint, a poster and certificates.

Whether your children are developing a floating garden, designing a hand-washing station or reusing plastic for enterprise, we assure you they will love developing their own ingenious solution to a real world problem.

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