About the event
STEM 2019 provides an opportunity for educators and industry to develop a collaborative approach to integrating a STEM journey from school to profession, whilst discussing the challenges of increasing STEM skills, sharing knowledge and expertise, and championing examples of success.
It is essential to increase the number of school leavers with the qualifications and desire to go into STEM careers. Developing skills of both teachers and students is essential for producing well-rounded school-leavers and a skilled, future-focused workforce.
STEM 2019 will not only give you the chance to hear about the most innovative approaches to increasing uptake of STEM subjects through collaboration with industry, but also guidance on how develop the skills of the teachers responsible for delivering these subjects in an engaging way.
Organisations attending include:
Department for Education
Bournemouth Borough Council
The Open University
Oriel High School
Why you should attend:
Keynote Speech - Hear from Helen Walker - CTO - Department for Education.
Interactive panel discussions - Your chance to gather vital information from educators who have seen STEM success.
Lightning Presentations - A snap shot of some of the most exciting projects from around the country including the students involved in the projects.
Knowledge Exchange Workshops - These sessions will showcase successful case studies from organisations including BBC Learning, unpacking vital information that can be replicated by educators and industry.
Who should attend?
Delegates will be drawn from a wide range of stakeholders including:
- Headteachers/Deputy Headteachers
- Heads of STEM subjects
- Senior educators
- Directors of Education
- FE/HE Academics
- Trade Associations and representative bodies