STE(A)M @ Home and School
If you're looking for things to do at home, or projects to run at school, the following resources and organisations may help you.
The Internet has a huge range of ideas and activities. Here we have picked a shortlist of reputable local and national content alongside our own.
Please note: we have a growing library of activity packs to suit different needs, more than is shown here. Please contact us if you'd like to find out more.
CSES Imagine! Masterclasses
Activity packs from the CSES Imagine! series and Ri Masterclasses run by CSES partners.
Local STEAM resources
Excellent content produced by people working in Essex to promote STEAM.
National STEAM resources
Reputable providers of resources for students, pupils, teachers and families.
Curriculum-linked resources compiled by experts. Includes learning guidance for families, remote lessons and resources for vulnerable children.
Resources and activities for those teaching STEM to young people aged 4-19 years. Search and filter by age range, subject and duration.
A series of fun science experiments for kids, with short demonstration videos and simple, step-by-step instructions.
A huge web comic book series that lets you explore physics the exciting way, by trying out simple and fun experiments.
An index of online resources curated by Helen Reynolds (IOP), organised by topic and age group. An absolute gold mine!
A series of short films making it fun, easy and cheap to do science experiments at home with your children. Filter by age range, subject and duration.
Includes STEM at home activities, STEM learning resources, careers information and materials for post-16 and higher education.
Includes STEM activities at home, STEM toolkit, learning resources for primary and secondary teachers, and practical classroom activities.
STEM @ Home activities, material for students and resources for educators, all grouped by age.