As part of our commitment to inspire future careers, we want to help bring a greater love to science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects.
Here’s our resource library of fun activities for students, teachers and parents for doing at home or in the classroom.
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This is an innovative and fun way of demonstrating welding and engineering principles in the classroom or at home. The main aim of the activity is to enthuse children and young people about STEM subjects.Click to download
Which bridge is the strongest?
Your students have probably walked or ridden over a bridge at some point in their lives. In this engineering activity they will design and make bridges and test how much weight they can hold with pennies.Click to download
Paper columns, which shape is stronger?
Test the strength of paper, folded in differently shaped columns, by piling books on top. This is very similar to how columns are used to support buildings and other structures.Click to download
This activity encourages the design mindset and supports basic engineering principles. The students will be asked to build the tallest freestanding structure they can that will support a marshmallow for at least 15 seconds.Click to download
Gum drop structure challenge
Students will design, build and test a gumdrop structure that will support weight. This activity will encourage experimentation with the stability of different shapes to get the most stable structure.Click to download
Create bugs from recycled materials. This activity will help children to learn about the different kind of species of bugs whilst using their imagination to design and create their own bugs.Click to download