Industry and education unite for final STEMhub of the year
On Tuesday 14 March, local representatives from industry and education attended our final STEMhub of the academic year.
Representatives from Kier, Engineering UK, Rockwell Collins, Winchester Science Centre and University of Reading attended to network with various schools from the local area, all with the aim of collaborating to enrich the quality of STEM education for children.
Schools that were represented included Caversham Primary School, Shinfield Primary School, Leighton Park School, Cranford House, Chiltern Edge School, Kendrick School, Grazeley Parochial Primary School and Reading School.
Harry Hornsby, STEM Ambassador Liaison Officer for Winchester Science Centre, commented: "It was great to see how many local organisations and schools were interested in promoting STEM to young people. It is really important that we encourage the next generation of scientists and engineers and I very much look forward to working towards this goal with the Hub in the future."
The purpose of STEMhub is to facilitate communication between schools and industry partners to encourage them to organise STEM-related events at their schools. If you are interested in hearing about future STEMhub meetings, we would be delighted to hear from you – please email firstname.lastname@example.org.