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The STEM Ambassador Hub North East has a selection of resources available for state funded schools and STEM Ambassadors in the region to borrow and use with students or staff to promote STEM. 

We have added to our kit range as part of our "Kit Club" scheme. Take a look at these exciting new kits that can help enhance and inspire STEM education wthin schools: 

  • Advanced Magnification (Key Stage 3/4) 
  • Cars and Ramps (Key Stage 1/2/3)
  • Climate Change and Biodiversity (Key Stage 1/2/3)
  • Electricity (Key Stage 1/2/3) 
  • Friction (Key Stage 2/3) 
  • General Forces (Key Stage 1/2) 
  • Healthy Eating (Key Stage 1/2) 
  • Heart (Key Stage 1/2/3/4) 
  • Magnification (Key Stage 1/2) 
  • Micro-organisms (Key Stage 1/2/3) 
  • Scientist Puppets (Key Stage 1/2) 
  • Skeleton (Key Stage 1/2/3/4)
  • Smart Materials (Key Stage 3/4/5) 
  • Sound (Key Stage 1/2/3) 
  • Torso (Key Stage 1/2/3/4) 
  • Water Cycle (Key Stage 2/3) 
  • Water investigations (Key Stage 2/3) 

We also still have our range of existing kits and resources listed below:

To order a kit please contact the STEM team  at resources@rtcnorth.co.uk

The kits are availale to hire for a max of 6 weeks, and each school/person can hire 2 kits per school. The kits are by collection only from our Sunderland Office. Collection and returns are currently available on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9am-5pm.

 


 

We have also created a range of experiment cards available to download bellow that pupils and teachers can access, from bouncing custard balls, cornflour slime, fake snow, vitamin c rockets, lollipop harmonicas and so much more, so lets get creative and discover the love of STEM!

 

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