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Fun and Engaging STEM Activities for Tomorrow's World


This project focuses on the development of fun and engaging STEM activities for primary school children aged 10+ years of age.

The Fun and Engaging STEM Activities for Tommorw's World project supports the elimination of gender stereotypes in STEM education. 

The partners will compare primary school curricula and cross-curricular and extracurricular activities especially concerning science and maths, STEM activities, and environmental studies. 

This project was developed based on the urgent need to develop and take on new approaches to teaching and learning and to use new technologies to support and facilitate this. COVID-19 has taught us that we must innovate and digitalise STEM teaching resources for primary schools in order for teachers to be able to provide the best possible outcomes for their pupils and to cultivate an enriching learning environment, whether the lessons are delivered online or face-to-face. 

Teachers need digital resources linked to curricula, so that their pupils can acquire the necessary knowledge and take part in hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) activities. By developing such digital resources, not only teachers benefit from these outputs, but pupils and their parents. If used effectively and appropriately, digital technology can enhance learning and teaching, equip our pupils and teachers with vital digital skills and crucially, it can lead to improved educational outcomes. 

Additionally, introducing STEM jobs to pupils in primary school is a great way to dispel gender stereotypes and widen pupil’s career aspirations.

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