STEM is an acronym, which stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. It also encompasses design and technology and computing.
The shortage of students pursuing STEM subjects once they leave school has received a lot of attention over the past few years. As a school we have run lots of STEM activities and events with Mrs Wilson and the science department working hard to engage the students.
We’re delighted that STEM has recognised this commitment and we have received our STEM Ambassadors Certificate for having a positive impact on learning in the STEM subjects.
Mrs Wilson has been instrumental in securing this recognition for the school. It’s rewarding to be acknowledged for our positive impact on the students’ learning, motivation, attitudes and enthusiasm. Let’s hope our dedication to inspiring young minds will see many of our students pursue post-16 STEM subjects and careers.
You can read more about supporting STEM learning on their website.