STEM CONFERENCE 2023

Brought to you in partnership with UCL, the STEM Conference is the perfect opportunity for all teachers, trainees, and technicians to be inspired, collaborate, and motivate.

STEM London & UCL very much enjoyed our conference on the 7th November, and hope that you did too! Below are some highlights from the day as well as links to the resources.

Resources

Keynote speaker – Professor John Mitchell. UCL Centre for Engineering Education

How to have a thriving and successful STEM Club

Science resources

‘Finding the optimum’: How to address the recommendations in Ofsted’s report

Working Scientifically in Key Stage 1

Working Scientifically in Key Stage 2

Pracitcal Biology for Key Stages 4 and 5

Practical Physics at Key Stage 4 and 5

Computing resources

Computing Quality Framework – driving change within your school

Link to MyLearning (for those enrolled on the course)

Link to MyLearning (afternoon session)

Physical computing kits – KS1 BeeBots

Link to MyLearning (for those enrolled on the course)

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Online safety through primary computing

Link to MyLearning (for those enrolled on the course)

Link to MyLearning (afternoon session)

Physical computing kit – KS2 Crumble

Link to MyLearning (for those enrolled on the course)

Physical computing kit – KS3 Microbits

Link to MyLearning (for those enrolled on the course)

Introduction to the micro:bit in key stage 2

Link to MyLearning (for those enrolled on the course)

Preparing for Ofsted in secondary computing

Link to MyLearning (for those enrolled on the course)

Link to MyLearning (afternoon session)

Physical computing kit – KS4 Raspberry Pi Pico

Link to MyLearning (for those enrolled on the course)