We provide flat pack STEM projects for pupils at KS2, KS3 and KS4.
Strategy, spontaneity and a pinch of smarts are what STEM club offers its learners.

STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Young people need access to a curriculum that is appropriate to their interests and requirements for progression, regardless of where they study. STEM clubs are a powerful and highly enjoyable way to provide students with valuable team work and leadership skills as well as in the knowledge and confidence to embark on a STEM career. We are an organisation that is run by teachers who really know what makes minds tick and keep those sticky finger occupied with specialised projects that can be mastered in a short master class.

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Sir Michael Tomlinson

Integration of STEM
skills across the curriculum could help address the enormous shortage of STEM
graduates.

Sir Michael Tomlinson Former chief inspector for Ofsted

Sir Michael Tomlinson

Sir Michael Tomlinson

Integration of STEM
skills across the curriculum could help address the enormous shortage of STEM
graduates.

Sir Michael Tomlinson Former chief inspector for Ofsted

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Institute of Education, University of London

Engagement early on in the school career is critically important for future participation in STEM

Institute of Education, University of London.

Some of our Projects
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3D Printer [most popular]
Assembling a CNC Router
Raspberry pi
Robotics Kit (coming soon)
Commercial 3D printers (coming soon)

All of our projects come with
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Robust after sales technical support.
Assembly manual.
Learner pack.

We work with educational establishments such as:
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Schools.
Pupil referral centres.
Youth offending institute.