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STEM at Work 2017

 December 07 2017 | Views: 697

Kent and Medway

“Fun and Educational” - Student from The Harvey Grammar School

Eight Secondary schools from the Kent and Medway Region attended the annual full day event at the Canterbury campus of Canterbury Christ Church University. Each group participated in five different interactive presentations/workshops out of a total twelve available, run by some of our valued STEM Ambassadors.

All groups enjoyed either an hour long Science Show ‘Elements at Work’ by John Coad or an Exciting talk with Dr Robert Barker. ‘Elements at Work’ studied elements, some pupils were aware of – lead, iron, copper and aluminum but also some rarer ones such as vanadium and neodymium.  The non-metals such as hydrogen and oxygen made lots of fizzes, pops and bangs! “I loved seeing the experiments”. Dr Robert Barker of the University of Kent demonstrated how exciting science can be with real life examples – “engaging, informative and interesting”

The specialisms and interactive workshops the other STEM Ambassadors shared with the students ranged from:


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If you would like The STEM Hub to help organise an event like this for your school/setting then please contact us today:
Email: kentandmedwaystem@canterbury.ac.uk
Tel: 01227 782662

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