Get Inspired Today With Our Festive Video And STEM Competition - #SantaLovesSTEM

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Watch our inspirational story of how STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) has played a huge part in making a difference to a young girl’s life at school.
  • Do you never give up?
  • Do you like exploring?
  • Do you like fixing things?
  • Are you creative?
Engineers have all these qualities too… and more!



If you want to continue to inspire children with STEM either in the classroom at school or back home, then we’ve suggested some activities, games, competitions and other ideas, which you can use to expand on the subject of this film.

To enter the competition, post a picture or video clip on IET Faraday Twitter or Facebook with the #SantaLovesSTEM and show us how you, your school or children are being inspired by STEM and our IET Faraday resources.

We are offering two KANO Computer Kit Touch (worth £279.99), one each for a random primary and a random secondary submission.

Your photo must demonstrate the following:
  • An IET Faraday resource/activity (primary or secondary) being used
  • Creativity
  • Fun!
Enter before 25 January 2019. Please see the competition page for Terms and Conditions.


Please also help spread the word!
  • Tag a teacher, friend or colleague interested in STEM to let them know about the video and prize draw.
  • Show the video at your school get pupils in the festive mood and open up an inspiring STEM discussion.
  • Spread the word about our competition with the #SantaLovesSTEM hashtag! Let others know about the fantastic, free IET Faraday STEM resources on offer to primary and secondary teachers.
Remember there’s an engineer in each of us, all you need is imagination!
 
Posted by Kimberley Munns on Dec 3, 2018 10:34 AM Europe/London

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