As a small team of former teachers, we understand the challenges faced by the profession, so all our resources and initiatives have been designed with three main goals in mind:
Browse our site to find high‑quality primary STEM teaching resources and projects that are closely linked to the National Curriculum.
Join us again to celebrate British Science Week with three new, free and curriculum‑aligned live lessons!
This year’s lessons will take your learners on an adventure from the very bottom of the sea, all the way to outer space to explore three puzzling questions linked to the British Science Week 2023 theme of ‘connections’.
The Challenge involves 3 differentiated pathways to inspire 7-14 year olds to think as engineers in the context of British farming. Learners develop their STEM, creativity and collaboration skills through solving problems that make a difference in real-world settings.
Farming STEMterprise projects involve Key Stages 1 & 2 children completing a range of cross‑curricular tasks in order to set up their own farm shop business and design, develop, make and market a brand new food product.
Learn how you can find and arrange speakers to talk at your school and give a unique insight into the world of farming.
Science Farm activities bring the Key Stage 1 Science curriculum to life through farming.
Anytime, Anywhere Engineers introduces learners to the fascinating world of agricultural engineering through a range of interactive 3D tours and workshops hosted by inspiring engineering role models.
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