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Canterbury Christ Church University operating as Kent & Medway STEM holds the STEMNET schools network contract for Kent and Medway and provides information and links to Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) Enhancement & Enrichment activities.

Introducing the BBC micro:bit
The BBC has unveiled the BBC micro:bit, a pocket-sized codeable computer with motion detection, a built-in compass and Bluetooth technology, which is to be given free to every child in year 7 or equivalent across the UK.
Apply now to host an IET Faraday Challenge Day in your school
The IET are taking part in a pioneering partnership led by the BBC where they are sending a personal coding device free to every child in Year 7 across the whole of the UK.
Tomorrow’s Engineers Energy Challenge for Year 8 & 9
Tomorrow’s Engineers have recently launched a new Energy Challenge (sponsored by Shell) for Year 8 & 9 students.
OCR’s KS3 STEM Project – a project based learning approach
OCR’s KS3 STEM qualifications are now supported by a free online resource, the OCR STEM Project.
Dyson Free Engineering Box
More than 130,000 students in the UK and the US have tackled engineering with the James Dyson Foundation Engineering Box.

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Introducing the BBC micro:bit
Tue 11 August, 2015

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Apply now to host an IET Faraday Challenge Day in your school
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