Bradford Science Festival: Free Schools STEM Resources

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We're excited to let you know that The National Science and Media Museum have moved the resources, activities and content from this year's Bradford Science Festival online for the first time. You can use these resources in class, as homework or for fun, all for free until January.

Aire Rivers Trust have put together some great activities. Can you help the salmon swim upriver from Airmyn near Goole to Malham, avoiding all the pollution and predators? 

There are many different types of minibeasts living in our rivers. Find out how they adapt to their environment, then make or draw your own. Explore their activity sheets and more here

 

People who work in science, technology, engineering and maths do many different things. Find out about some of the exciting jobs that are available and how to get into them in our STEM Careers page

 

50 million tonnes of electronic waste was produced last year. In this show by Scavenger Labs, we learn the way of the Scavenger: all this e-waste is free stuff that we can learn to hack and use for our own inventions. We can learn how the technology works, about where the materials come from and where the waste goes to, and what we can do to help the situation. Find this video and more, including activities you can do to reuse old tech, here

 

We've also taken our world-class STEM CPD training sessions online - and they're free! You can now meet our friendly, expert training team from the comfort of your classroom or home. Develop your skills and transform the way your students engage with STEM. Book onto a session or find out more here


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Published: 03/12/2020
Audience: Primary teachers, Secondary Science, Technology and Maths teachers, STEM Co-ordinators and Heads of
Contact: John Darnbrough

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