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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 home learning and/or school-based activities for primary and secondary aged children. Each challenge is easy to navigate as includes a Teacher’s and separate Parent’s/Carer’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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Access to clean, safe cooking facilities is anything but normal. A massive thanks to Green Empowerment for sharing this inspiring story. Angela is one of our local heroes and her story is a fantastic example of how a little ingenuity and a lot of shared effort can help transform lives. ... See MoreSee Less
Ensuring farmers' crops don't fail when climate change guarantees drought is anything but normal. With a little ingenuity and a lot shared effort we can create a post-crisis world that works better for everyone. Find out how: fal.cn/38KDp... See MoreSee Less
The world needs a new, more resilient food system.
It’s ironic that the people who produce so much of the world’s food often go hungry. Three quarters of the world’s poorest people are farmers.
They are fighting a losing battle against climate change that causes floods, droughts and destroys crops. When the coronavirus struck, planting and harvesting cycles were interrupted, meaning even tougher times ahead.
The coronavirus crisis has exposed just how fragile all our lives are. Do we really want a return to ‘normal’, when normal was already broken for millions of people? Or shall we take this opportunity to build something that’s anything but normal? A world that works better for everyone. We beli...
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That being said, I can't possibly send emails to 900+ people so I've uploaded to GoogleDrive here:
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Huge thanks to all the children out there who built a floating garden challenge as part of @STEMclubs #STEMClubsWeek last week. We live this one from Zac http://www.practicalaction.org/schools/floating-garden-challenge