We hope that you and your family are well and that you had a lovely summer break.
We appreciate that we are all in unchartered territory as we start this new academic year. We understand that the disruptions to last year will inevitably mean that there will be changes to teaching this year, and many of you will have been involved in developing new procedures over the summer to enable schools to open. We hope that the changes go as smoothly as possible for you and your students.
The STEM team and all the rest of our colleagues here in Educational Engagement are still here to support your school with outreach experiences where we can. We are developing more ways to work with you and your students digitally with a mixture of live and pre-recorded online events.
This year’s programme will be available on the STEM website. Some of our programme is still in development as we learn more about how schools will be working this year.
To let us know more about your school circumstances and what you would like to see from us, please complete the following short survey:
Please keep an eye on the events section of the website for announcements of events and sessions for the forthcoming academic year.
If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Our STEM outreach team deliver an exciting programme of activities over the course of the year, with a specific focus on inspiring young learners in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
In addition, our Educational Engagement team work across the UK with schools and colleges to raise awareness of, and aspirations towards, higher education, offering a comprehensive programme of activities .
We visit local schools and welcome students to campus to encourage exploration and understanding of the real world applications of STEM subjects. Academic activities include visits and demonstrations in schools, experience days on campus, talks, workshops and teacher conferences.
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