Do you deliver shows, talks, workshops, excursions, challenge days, debates or other activities that help promote science, engineering and maths to schools?
The STEM Directories are a free resource for teachers to search for external providers to help supplement their classroom activities. There is no charge to appear in the directories, but your scheme must fit the following criteria.
- be related to science, engineering or mathematics
- be available to schools in the UK – either on a local, regional or national level.
- be up-to-date – schemes may be removed if we believe they have inaccurate listing information.
- be personal – we only list schemes which involve personal contact. Educational materials such as web resources, computer games, teacher packs or information based schemes can be listed on the national STEM resource centre elibrary instead.
Click here to register. Applications are reviewed by a consortium before approval. The review process takes around a week, although times may vary. Want to know more about who runs the STEM directories? Check out our about us pages.
Having problems updating an old scheme? Get in touch with us and we will do our best to help.
In 2010, we carried out a gap analysis of enhancement & enrichment (E&E) activities across KS3 and KS4 STEM subjects. This was to identify gaps or areas of overlap within existing provision for the benefit of the STEM engagement community. Click here to download a pdf of the full report (850KB) or a summary (150KB).