STEM in Every Classroom
Monday 2 March 2020, Sandy Park, Exeter, 09:30 – 16:00
The conference will have a mixture of keynotes addressing the importance of having a strong STEM ethos within schools, how we can support our pupils to feel empowered to pursue a STEM career and also listening to the pupil’s perspective on projects they have worked on.
You will have the opportunity through the day to attend four workshops across both primary and secondary phases. These will cover a variety of subjects including outdoor learning, the art of algebra, social engineering and more.
Key reasons to attend
- Learn new, low cost ideas for delivering fun and engaging activities in your classroom
- Understand the importance of having a strong STEM ethos in your setting
- Gain strategies on how to link STEM subjects together
- Explore a wide range of resources through networking and exhibition
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