We will be running a series of three live Zoom Q&As as part of the Festival this year, providing an opportunity for KS3 pupils to hear from people working in the world of STEM.
There are still places available, with a maximum of two classes per school. To book your school on, please contact [email protected]
Data in Our Lives
We are running a programme with ten secondary schools across Nottinghamshire, exploring how data is used across a broad range of sectors, and supporting young people to think about how data is used in jobs they’re interested in working in in the future.
The Curiosity Project
The Curiosity Project is our schools project for the 2022 Festival and is open to all primaries, secondaries, colleges, special schools, alternative provision and home educated children in Nottinghamshire. Pupils develop their own science investigations about the questions that matter to them, and work virtually with scientists who specialise in that field to help work out the answers.
We will provide the opportunity for pupils to complete CREST awards as part of their project.
The project is designed to be adaptable in current circumstances and we will support schools throughout the academic year 2021/22.
If you’re interested in the project, please get in touch: [email protected]
Each school participating in The Curiosity Project will receive a resource pack, with ideas for activities to stimulate curiosity, hone in on the best questions, conduct an experiment with scientific methodology and communicate findings.