A nationwide, 5-year project raising young people's aspirations in science and empowering teachers to innovate in the classroom.
A three-year project that aims to raise students' science literacy and engagement with STEM subjects.
A programme aiming to ‘inspire the next generation of scientists’.
Year 9 students explored climate science and science communication, engaging their peers and different audiences through art, journalism and live events.
Promoting classroom discussion about topical science and working to raise young people's aspirations in science.
Making Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths more accessible to students by relating museum collections to STEM concepts and real life experiences.
A three-year project that took the ethos of our Launchpad hands-on gallery into schools throughout the UK.
Partnership between the Science Museum, London Canal Museum and Beauchamp Lodge Floating Classroom.
We helped students to research and create films to inspire their learning about 'energy'.
Re-engaging Year 7 pupils with science at the important transition stage between primary and secondary school.
Working with schools from disadvantaged areas we delivered science shows and welcomed groups into the Museum on grant-assisted visits.