To find out more about STEMnet and its programmes click on the logos below.
STEMnet runs the Stem Ambassador programme. Click on the logo below to learn more.
STEM Ambassadors are a network of over 27,000 brilliant and inspiring volunteers. 60% of ambassadors are under the age of 35 and 40% are women.
Across the UK, the STEM Ambassadors volunteer their time and support to promote STEM subjects to young learners in a vast range of original, creative, practical and engaging ways.
They are an invaluable and free resource for teachers, helping to deliver the STEM curriculum and raise awareness of STEM careers, by revealing how essential STEM is throughout the world.
To learn more about STEMclubs click on the logo below.
STEMnet can provide free, impartial, expert advice and support to schools that want to set up or develop a STEM Club.
STEM Clubs are a fun and rewarding way to boost enjoyment and learning across STEM, outside of the classroom. They are not designed to be about writing, tests or exams. Instead, they allow pupils to explore, investigate and discover STEM subjects in a fun and stimulating learning environment away from the constraints of the school timetable or curriculum.
STEM Clubs can motivate and build confidence in pupils who struggle with STEM subjects and also provide an extra outlet for children who already show aptitude and are interested in furthering their learning.
STEMnet coordinates 45 regional and local organisations which form the Schools STEM Advisory Network (SSAN). The SSAN offers free, impartial tailored advice and guidance to help schools and colleges access a range of services, resources, activities, toolkits and advice, which supports the curriculum and increases the number of students moving into further STEM education, training and development.