Attention: STEM Ambassadors
* WIN £50 M&S VOUCHER *
Just click the link below and give us your feedback regarding STEM support in Hertfordshire & Luton
The 3rd draw will take place at the beginning of August 2015, and the winner will be notified via email Previous Prize Draw Winner:
Chris Wilkinson from Mouchel Parkman Services Ltd
Martin Shipp from BRE Global
We are an educational charity whose aim is to inspire young people about Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)
We achieve by engaging young people in memorable experiences and by enriching their lives through exposure to impressive people who work in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. Everything we achieve is in partnership with others.
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Tel. 01438 755075
Fax. 01438 755073
SETPOINT Roles and Responsibilities
CLEAPSS is an advisory service providing support in science and technology for a consortium of local authorities and their schools including establishments for pupils with special needs.
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We are looking for positive and enthusiastic people with a teaching and/or Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) background to help deliver our science and technology workshops into schools across Hertfordshire
Ideally this would suit newly-retired teachers, or people who do not rely on a regular wage; early starts are essential, and must have own car.
For more information please email your details to: email@example.com
SETPOINT Herts Needs You ! ....
Would you like to win £50 towards a STEM Club?
Please take 2 minutes to complete the short questionnaire regarding your schools STEM Club, and we will enter you into the £50 draw.
BBEF 2015 WINNERS DOCUMENT
WELL DONE EVERYONE!
Mars Rover Challenge
Christchurch (James & Jamie)
Shepherd Primary (Bayleigh, Alan & Jack)
Chater (Khizra & Aliyah)
Alban Wood (Dylan & Jack)
Hertingforbury Cowper (Ben & Emma)
Well done to all the children involved! In total there were 95 schools and approx. 4480 children who took part this year.