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UK Space Agency

UK Space Agency STEM resources, These STEM resources for KS3 and KS4 are based on the James Webb Space Telescope and Satellite Launch Systems. Pupils will learn all about these fascinating, STEM-related areas, get to launch rockets, build their own telescopes and study the maths, science, engineering and design aspects of getting into space and observing the sky and the Earth. There is a wealth of detail that teachers can adapt and link in to other subject areas as well as encourage an understanding and interest in careers in the sector. These free...

Nick Ellins, Chief Executive, Energy & Utility Skills Group and the National Skills Academy for Power

Chief Executive, Energy & Utility Skills Group and the National Skills Academy for Power , Nick Ellins, Energy and Utility Skills Group and the National Skills Academy for Power are the leading voice in workforce renewal and skills for the water, gas, waste management/recycling and power sectors. Previously Nick held the posts of Director of Policy for the Rail Delivery Group rail strategy body and Director of Policy for the Association of Train Operating Companies, focused on government franchising policy, HS2, strategic planning and the UK and EU regulatory environment. Prior to this, Nick had over...

Skills for Industry - Severn Trent

Skills for Industry - Severn Trent, Skills for Industry – Severn Trent First published 2017Ages 11-14 The Skills for Industry programme provides an opportunity to link secondary schools with a local industry partner to help Design and Technology teachers to develop and teach the industry-relevant knowledge and skills needed by the industry partner. The PowerPoint and associated Excel and Word files are a record of the project that took place in 2017 but also provide materials to adapt for use in your school. This project has a scheme over eight one-hour lessons...

Design Student's Handbook

Design Student's Handbook, The Design Student's HandbookYour Essential Guide to Course, Context and CareerJane Bartholomew and Steve Rutherford What is design? What are the main design disciplines, and how to they interrelate? How does design theory and context help you improve your studio work? What do you need to know by the end of your course to get a good career? What can you do to become a knowledgeable designer and improve your skills so that you stand out from the crowd? Whether you have students already studying Design, thinking about choosing a course, or are...

Cadent Gas - Partnering with STEM Schools

Cadent Gas - Partnering with STEM Schools, Here at Cadent we are forming meaningful partnerships with STEM-focused schools and colleges across the UK, as part of our recently launched Education & Skills programme. We’re now actively looking for schools/colleges in North Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Cumbria, to help us expand our partner school base. Our programme focuses on three key areas; STEM enrichment, where we have classroom lessons on Energies of the Future, as well as a lesson on Natural Gas; Careers inspiration classroom sessions that include general careers advice and focus on skills...

James Sopwith, Group Strategic Account Director, adi Group

Group Strategic Account Director, adi Group, James Sopwith, Founded in 1990 with a vision to create a ‘one stop shop’ for total engineered solutions, adi Group is a large multi-disciplined engineering firm. The Group operates across 11 regional locations throughout the UK and Ireland. James is a degree qualified Mechanical engineer and has been in the industrial engineering sector for over 25 years. Initially starting as design engineer, he has progressed through manufacturing management and industrial distribution to his current position as a Group Director of the adi Group. In addition to his role within adi Group,...

D&T Practice 3-2014 pdf

D&T Practice 3-2014 pdf, D&T Practice is an A4 magazine publication offering practical ideas and solutions to classroom teaching in D&T. Covering all focus areas it includes case studies of classroom projects, product and resource reviews and profiles of companies in the field, as well as news about the D&T Association and events and activities taking place in design and technology. D&T Practice is published three times a year and is available to D&T Association Secondary members and to other membership categories. It is also available by subscription. D&T Practice 3-2014 Contents ...

Paul McKnight, Head of Operations (Europe), VEX Robotics

Head of Operations (Europe), VEX Robotics, Paul McKnight, Paul has been responsible for the VEX Robotics brand since its UK launch in 2012. The launch of the VEX IQ platform in 2015, aimed at Key Stages 2 and 3, has seen awareness and adoption of the platform grow further with VEX embedded in education from Year 3 right through to University. VEX Robotics, the worlds leading educational robotics company, is committed to developing free STEM curriculum to allow teachers to engage students through robotics. Overseeing the development of partnerships with organisations and companies such as EngineeringUK, The...

Secondary Curriculum Tookit

Secondary Curriculum Tookit, This toolkit is aimed primarily at Secondary Basic membership but is available to all member categories. Secondary Basic Membership is an entry level membership with a small number of benefits. The comprehensive curriculum toolkit will get you up and runing in the classroom Exam Techniques - Getting Good Grades at GCSE Progression Framework Career Pathway Poster Mapping Out Careers Poster Transferable Skills Poster Choose D&T Poster Once your membership has been paid for this comprehensive toolkit will be available from this...

Working with the UK Space Agency to create two comprehensive resources

Working with the UK Space Agency to create two comprehensive resources, New resources for KS3 and KS4, soon to be release have been based on the James Webb Space Telescope and Satellite Launch Systems. Pupils will learn all about these fascinating, STEM-related areas, get to launch rockets, build their own telescopes and study the maths, science, engineering and design aspects of getting into space and observing the sky and the Earth. There is a wealth of detail that teachers can adapt and link in to other subject areas as well as encourage an understanding and interest in careers...

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