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STEM
Starts: 16/Oct/2019 @ 00:00 to 25/Mar/2020 @ 00:00
Organiser: Primary Engineer
Price: Fully Funded
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Fully funded STEM competition including free resources

Would you like to take part in a national STEM competition, with regional awards, trophy winners’ ceremonies and public exhibitions?

It is a curriculum-based competition that helps build English, literacy, design and technology skills.

Click here for the Leaders Award introduction animated video for the competition ‘If you were an Engineer what would you do’.

Register today  and download your FREE resources, including:

  • Project overview (links to current educational research including the Gatsby Benchmarks for Careers Related Learning and FAQ)
  • Curriculum mapping to National Curriculum English & Design Technology / Curriculum for Excellence Literacy, English and technologies (craft, design, engineering and graphics)
  • Lesson Plans (NB this can be run as a one-off lesson or a as part of an existing scheme/ cross curricular unit already in place either linked to Engineering week).
  • Online live chats/ interviews with Engineers
  • Free Training – masterclass twilights are available across the country (pre-funded by industry)

Every year, pupils between the ages of 3 and 19 interview engineering professionals to understand their creative problem-solving skills and careers. The pupils are tasked with identifying a problem, designing a solution to it and writing a letter explaining why engineers should build it. Universities around the UK select designs and bring them to life. Last year we engaged with over 49,000 children across the UK, this is your opportunity to get involved!

The final deadline for competition entries - 25th March 2020.

More information about the programmes we offer can be found on our websites www.leadersaward.com, www.primaryengineer.com and  www.secondaryengineer.com

Please contact Rachel Duerden with any questions. 

    01282 417 333
    rachel.duerden@primaryengineer.com
    www.leadersaward.com

 

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