Let us help you create an inspiring, unique STEM campaign.
From concept to delivery, we can support you every step of the way
Work with us to design and deliver bespoke, inspiring, enriching content, for your school, business, charity or organization.
Our experienced educators are able to support all levels of curriculum in the UK and Ireland.
Whether you want to kickstart or re-energize your STEM Education and/or careers programme, our STEM Education Consultants can help you with any request, for any length of time to suit your organisation's needs, ambitions and budgets
From a one day STEM event to major education exhibitions, let us help handle every element.
Want to trial a product or solution for education and and receive quantifiable feedback?
Looking for a quantitative and/or qualitative research report to be carried out for your STEAM project?
We will work with you to design and manage the project milestones, aims and outcomes.
Are you interested in an experienced and knowledgeable speaker to support your event?
Want our STEAM Youth Directors to help inspire your audience?
Get in touch to find out how we can support your audience (virtual or face-to face).
Workshops take many shapes and can be delivered in many forms.
Let us help you with designing and delivering your workshops for in and out of the classroom!
The 1851 Trust was launched by Sir Ben Ainslie and Sir Keith Mills during their British challenge for the 35th America's Cup. The charity aims to create transformational experiences for young people aged between eleven and sixteen to increase science capital by demonstrating how STEM subjects contribute to real-world challenges.
Working with The STEM Project, we created cross-curricular aligned resources linked to climate change and the environment, as part of 1851's Protect our Future launch campaign in 2022.
We are now looking to 2023 and will engaging with live workshops in Hull to engage schools, and their students, in becoming ‘ChangeMakers’ through the platforms of storytelling, communication, careers and social media.
Findel is an eCommerce educational resources supplier supporting primary, secondary and early years teaching, as well as specialist resources supply for school business managers, science teaching, PE and sports equipment
Working with The STEM Project, we supported Findel in the development of content for their WOW lessons on the groundbreaking new platform, EuHu (short for Educator Hub) which launched at the BETT show in March 2023.
A platform which involved educators from the very beginning to address the needs of primary educators worldwide.
Over the next five years, as part of the new 2023 RAF STEM Services Framework, The STEM Project is proud to supporting the organisation as a key supplier as they look to engage and inspire thousands of young people via the RAF Youth STEM Programme.
We will be working with the RAF and eighteen other partners on one of the largest STEM tenders of its kind in the UK, through the development of content, workshops, events and experiences to promoting the ‘Inspire and Attract’ pillar of the RAF to inspire school children to study STEM subjects at GCSE and follow a career in STEM.
LEBC was set up in 1992 as an independent charity, to create a one stop shop for employers, schools and colleges with the aim of helping young people to prepare for working life.
The LEBC is also home to STEM Learning's STEM Hub, serving and supporting businesses in East Midlands to work with and engage with schools, colleges and universities in the area, through the co-ordination of the regions STEM Ambassador programme.
Working with The STEM Project, we will be planning, managing and co-hosting the hub's Summer STEM Intervention Event, to help raise the profile of STEM Ambassadors in the East Midlands. By re-sparking the interests in the current STEM Ambassadors to those in education, we will also be inspiring more businesses to join the STEM Ambassador Programme ready for the 2023/2024 academic year.
Dead Inspiring is a major project from Leeds Museum and Galleries, designed to empower young girls to pursue careers in science through exciting events, school engagement programmes and exhibitions.
Working with The STEM Project, we will help engage and promote Leeds Museum and Galleries world-class entomology collection through outreach in schools and alignment to cross-curricular content, to truly demonstrate the high value scientific museum collections have in education.
From the first altimeter to next-generation turbofan architecture for the aircraft of tomorrow, Meggitt has been solving some of the world’s toughest engineering problems for more than 170 years.
By collaborating with Meggitt's STEM committee, we designed an inspirational and impactful framework and timeline that will harness the power of all the Meggitt sites in the UK to create more amazing opportunities for students.
The Nene Education Trust’s focus is developing character, celebrating achievement and raising aspirations for students of all ages and all abilities. Confident that the challenge and support that the Trust provides for students will enable them all to build a successful life
Working with the Director of Primary Education and a lead Vice Principal, we designed and delivered an interactive, inspiring STEM day for three hundred year six students - online!
William Morris have, for over 25 years, focused on academic and vocational excellence, by providing high quality high quality education opportunities to Sixth to their students, with the firm belief that learning empowers young people.
Working with the L’Oréal Young Scientist Centre at The Royal Institution and the Met Police, we designed content so support an educational day in the lab like no other; to educate and inspire the second year students complete their upcoming BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in Applied Science assignment.
Kate Witch and the Stolen Scepter is the first fantasy fiction novel by Edu-Fiction that combines the love of reading, with the opportunity to re-create the magic on the pages in real life, with a fully functional STEAM kit.
Working with The STEM Project, we provided research and guidance on how to launch a STEAM Literacy Kit to a UK Education audience.
From creating a UK marketing education campaign, to managing a qualitative product trial.
Based on trial feedback, the product is now in a final development phase, preparing for a future release.