The SEEN Programme (Secondary Education around Early Neurodevelopment)
provides secondary schools with lesson plans, teaching resources and
staff training to deliver this important content to young people.
ESA Kids offers a great selection of topical articles, information and activities relating to space exploration and space technology.
People Like Us is aimed at students aged 9-14 years. It features 11 people from ordinary backgrounds, talking on camera. All have struggles with challenges but gone on to find their passion in a STEM job.
Planet Possibility is a project funded by the IOP Challenge Fund and is
intended to attract young people from under-represented groups to
careers in physics in the UK. It has now launched its full digital
Learn to decode the symbols of some commonly encountered elements and find out how these elements are used in real life. ASE has teamed up with Minecraft to develop a learning activity for students aged 11-13 years.
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