Home School Resources

Explore Resources from STEMAccord and our partners to support educating young people at home.

Resources for Home Education

As we adapt to a world where the remote delivery of STEM education is the only route available for students and parents, STEM Accord remains committed to promoting STEM education to young people.

We have gathered up some of the resources that our partners have put together to support remote learning during the Coronavirus pandemic.

STEM Learning

STEM Learning is committed to supporting parents and carers with home learning. Their subject experts have put together a selection of activities and materials, all of which are completely free for everyone to access.

Teacher and educators can explore free resources, guidance and professional development opportunities to help you to continue educating young people while they are at home.

Their science and computing CPD are now free to all teachers and will be remotely delivered over the summer. Other CPD courses for teachers cover subject knowledge, pedagogy, curriculum design and health and safety. Each course is led by a accredited, subject specialist facilitators and delivered remotely across a series of short, live sessions

If you need any help, their subject experts are available weekdays from 8:30 am to 4.30 pm via their live-chat in the bottom right-hand corner of all their web pages.

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ERA – Born to Engineer

The ‘Born to Engineer’ campaign covers all outreach work by the ERA Foundation.

The campaign is designed to promote engineering and support the UKs next generation of engineers.

Born to Engineer has a number of careers resources aimed at students, teachers and parents which walk your through the various pathways into Engineers.

Classroom toolkits can be adapted for home use, and a number of articles are run through the practical ways you can spruce up CVs, and UCAS Applications if students are looking to apply for courses in the coming year.

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WISE is committed to engaging more girls to consider studies and careers in STEM. To reach 200,000 girls in the next 4 years WISE has created an interactive resource to help girls find rewarding careers in STEM; where girls will be happy and successful.

Complete our quiz to discover your personality type, and see how your skills match up to Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) careers. Connect with real people in STEM careers who have the same personality as you. What do they do? What do they earn? How did they get there? It’s all about your skills, and how you can make them work for your life.

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The Design and Technology Association (DATA)

The Design and Technology Association (DATA) has a wealth of resources that will help you plan your Design and Technology lessons efficiently. Keeping you current with the National Curriculum.

In response to Coronavirus DATA has taken the step of making the majority of its resources free to its members.

The hope that this will help teachers plan and deliver lessons.

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The Smallpeice Trust

Smallpeice have put together a range of weekly STEM challenges to keep you creating from the comfort of your own home.

The challenges allow children homeschooling to try their hand at a range of different projects, with new challenges announced every Wednesday.

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