Get involved in the STEM agenda – don’t let maths get left behind! Here are some ideas that may help you to link into STEM…

 "Wild Maths" is aimed at 7 to 16 year olds exploring maths beyond the classroom. The new Wild Maths project is packed with mathematical games, challenges, investigations and articles aimed at children and students working individually, or with a parent.

Debunking movie clichés using maths.

 

Fun Maths Roadshow Activities

STEM Club ideas on the nrich website

You'll need to register to access materials - free and worth it!

Top ten maths activities for use in STEM Clubs.

Individual and Team Competitions by UK Maths Trust.

STEM teacher inspiration days - resources here.

Year 10 Maths Feast from the Further Maths Support Programme.

Monthly Maths from MEI.

Bowland Maths Classroom projects.

Royal Institution Christmas Lectures: Marcus du Sautoy.

STEM based maths projects from Suffolk Maths.

 

Institute of Engineering and Technology - resources for maths lessons. Need to register (which is free!) to be able to download materials.

AMP Practical Explorations from Nuffield.

Maths Inspiration Events.

Look for resources on the e-Library at the National STEM Centre.    

 

STEM collection on TES here.

More enrichment events run  by the Further Maths Support Programme.

Starter Activities: Graphs Make Sense and Thinking Ahead.

Maths Careers.

Maths related videos.

 

Contact us

STEM Project Lead
Sue Byatt
Email: ambassadors@worc.ac.uk

 

STEM Manager: Schools and Voluntary Group
Liz Smith
Email: elizabeth.smith@worc.ac.uk

 

STEM Manager: Business Partnerships

Sue Hawkins 
Email: ambassadors@worc.ac.uk

STEM Administrator
Rhona Davis

Email: Rhona.davis@worc.ac.uk

 

Visiting in person

The STEM Hub office address is: Bredon Building, Room 222, University of Worcester, St John's Campus, Henwick Grove, Worcester WR2 6AJ

If you are coming to visit us in person, have a look at our Find Us pages to see the best ways to get here.