We are delighted to be taking part in “Big Bang Digital Workshop” a virtual STEM Careers Event this term hosted by Big Bang Education.
Our Science faculty leads the way in promoting STEM careers to all our students but this term our Years 8 scientists were inspired and encourage to set some career related goals.
Students had the opportunity to learn about different career sectors in science, technology, engineering and complete an online virtual workshop.
Spread over the three days they were introduced to:
Solving human challenges with STEM
Technology changing the world
Climate change and the environment
Young environmentalists — young people inspiring change
Meet the Future You: Women in Engineering Day
The science behind the NHS’s 350 careers
Ask an expert: Life after Covid-19
The Government is encouraging more young people to study STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) related subjects because they will give you the skills you will need for a wide range of career choices in the future. For more information have a look at these useful websites: