Qualifications in STEM subjects provide pupils with a broad base for their future careers. By advising pupils to study STEM subjects, opens up a range of careers in engineering, technical and commercial disciplines.
It’s not just knowledge that attracts employers to candidates who have studied STEM, the skills pupils gain while studying - teamwork, communication, practical, problem-solving and producing creative solutions - are particularly attractive.
The demand in oil & gas for science, engineering and technological roles exceeds supply which means there are a vast amount of roles available in the UK, and globally.STEM also opens up a range of other industries including environment and energy.
Using practical activities that are both relevant to the subject and to your pupil’s real life experiences will have a positive impact on their learning.
The National STEM Centre houses the UK’s largest collection of STEM teaching and learning materials, providing you access to a wide range of high-quality support resources, including:
Professional development assistance
Online learning module
STEM Manager and STEM Planner to help teachers plan STEM provision across the academic year