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STEM Activities - Useful Links

Here are a selection of links to STEM Activities for you to try whilst at home which have been provided by our Navy STEM Coordinator.
 
Ages 4 – 11
STEM Learning has collated a wide range of activities to support families who are home learning, including science, maths, computing and design & technology, with pdf worksheets to download.
https://www.stem.org.uk/home-learning/primary
 
The Primary Engineer Leaders Award provides encourages children to solve a problem by asking the question: “If you were an engineer what would you do?”  Registration is free and provides access to a range of home learning resources and live interviews with engineers.
https://leadersaward.com/
 
The British Science Association has selected activities and challenges from its CREST Awards that can be used at home with parental support. The activities for 5-11 year olds are organised into 5-7 years and 7-11 years age groups.
https://collectionslibrary.crestawards.org/
 
Smallpeice Trust has a range of Engineering@Home learn through exploration activities with a new challenge added every Wednesday. Detailed, illustrated instructions indicates the age range that each challenge is suitable for (from 5 to 16 years) and the materials that can be used – most of these are normally sent out for recycling.
https://www.smallpeicetrust.org.uk/engineering-at-home
 
The Institution of Engineering and Technology has a range of resources for 5-11 year olds.
https://education.theiet.org/primary/
 
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ STEM Activities at Home page provides a range of practical activities to do with simple resources that you might have at home
https://www.imeche.org/careers-education/supporting-teachers/resources-and-activities/stem-activities-at-home
 
The Royal Institution ExpeRimental is a series of short films making it fun easy and cheap to do science experiments at home with your children.
https://www.rigb.org/families/experimental
 
The Royal Institution’s famous CHRISTMAS LECTURES cover a wide range of science topics for children and young people and hundreds are available online.
https://www.rigb.org/christmas-lectures/watch
 
SSERC provides a range of STEM learning resources for the early Years and primary.
https://www.sserc.org.uk/subject-areas/primary/primary-resources/primary-home-learning/
 
Ages 11-16
STEM Learning has collated a wide range of activities to support families who are home learning, including biology, chemistry, physics, maths, computing and design & technology, with pdf worksheets to download.
 
Biology
https://www.stem.org.uk/home-learning/secondary-biology
 
Chemistry
https://www.stem.org.uk/home-learning/secondary-chemistry
 
Physics
https://www.stem.org.uk/home-learning/secondary-physics
 
Maths
https://www.stem.org.uk/home-learning/secondary-maths
 
Computing
https://www.stem.org.uk/home-learning/secondary-computing
 
Design & Technology
https://www.stem.org.uk/home-learning/secondary-design-technology
 
The British Science Association has selected activities and challenges from its CREST Awards that can be used at home with parental support. The activities for 11-18 year olds are organised into Biology and Chemistry subject areas.
https://collectionslibrary.crestawards.org/
 
The Royal Society of Chemistry’s Learning at Home Resources grouped by age range that are updated every Wednesday.
https://edu.rsc.org/remote-teaching-support?_ga=2.22332088.248464079.1587470689-1784124875.1587470689
 
SSERC provides a range of STEM learning resources for young people aged 11-16 years organised by subject.
https://www.sserc.org.uk/subject-areas/sserc-home-learning/
 
The Secondary Engineer Leaders Award provides encourages children to solve a problem by asking the question: “If you were an engineer what would you do?”  Registration is free and provides access to a range of home learning resources and live interviews with engineers.
https://leadersaward.com/
 
Smallpeice Trust has a range of Engineering@Home learn through exploration activities with a new challenge added every Wednesday. Detailed, illustrated instructions indicates the age range that each challenge is suitable for (from 5 to 16 years) and the materials that can be used – most of these are normally sent out for recycling.
https://www.smallpeicetrust.org.uk/engineering-at-home
 
The Institution of Engineering and Technology has a range of resources for 5-11 year olds.
https://education.theiet.org/primary/
 
The Institution of Engineering and Technology has a range of resources for 11-16 year olds.
https://education.theiet.org/key-stage-1-2-3-and-4-free-stem-resources/home-learning-resources-key-stage-3-and-4/
 
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ STEM Activities at Home page provides a range of practical activities to do with simple resources that you might have at home
https://www.imeche.org/careers-education/supporting-teachers/resources-and-activities/stem-activities-at-home
 
The Royal Institution’s YouTube Channel provides access to a range of lectures and video content covering a wide range of science topics.
https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRoyalInstitution
 
The Royal Institution’s famousCHRISTMAS LECTURES cover a wide range of science topics for children and young people and hundreds are available online.
https://www.rigb.org/christmas-lectures/watch
 
1851 Trust’s STEM Crew provides a wide range of resources, including worksheets, videos and activities all linked to sailing and the British America’s Cup team.
https://www.stemcrew.org/
 
Careers Resources
The Tomorrow’s Engineers website provides a range of careers activities and resources to help young people to learn more about the wide range of careers in engineering and to find careers paths that match their interests.
https://www.tomorrowsengineers.org.uk/
 
The MySkillsMyLife website from WISE, which aims to increase the participation, contribution and success of women in STEM. This resource enables young people to complete a quiz to discover their personality type and see how their skills are matched to STEM careers and to explore different role models, jobs roles and companies. Primarily aimed at 11-19 year olds, this resource can also be used by 10-11 year olds. Using the resource requires an online account and young people under the age of 13 will need a parent, carer to teacher to create an account.
https://www.myskillsmylife.org.uk/
 
Live
The BBC has launched Bitesize Daily programme on available via BBC iPlayer and on a TV via the Red Button. The 20 minute TV shows cover core subjects for 5-15 year olds including maths, geography, science (for 5-11 year olds) and separate physics, chemistry and biology (for 11-15 year olds).
https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/bitesize-daily-schedules-teach/zdtwjhv
 
Glasgow Science Centre GSC at Home Daily at 10:00 on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
https://www.glasgowsciencecentre.org/gsc-at-home
 
STEM Learning is launching a range of remote lessons for 5-19 years olds organised by age group.
https://www.stem.org.uk/remote-lessons
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