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Science & STEM Clubs

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Animals, Biodiversity & Habitats, Climate Science, Electricity, Energy, Forces, Light, Plants, Properties & Uses of Materials, Rocks, Fossils and Soils, Sound, States of Matter

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Practical Science, SEN(D) / Additional Support needs, STEM, Topical Science

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5-7, 7-9, 9-12

Off the shelf resources for running extra-curricular clubs for children, with Children's University accreditation available.

Are you introducing a science or STEM club to primary children? PSTT has created a number of ready-to-go club packs that will have pupils engaged in practical investigations.

Club packs include:

  • an overview of how to run the sessions with a list of simple, everyday materials needed
  • an activity sheet giving the club leader guidance on organising the activities; including a practical challenge for the children, key facts, ideas for questions and further activities
  • a fact sheet with some club packs for children to take home for further learning with family
  • validation by the Children’s University that count towards accredited learning for any children taking part.

Science Club Packs

Tree in the desert

Eco science

A series of eight activities and fact sheets related to recent research about the environment and climate, created by PSTT College Fellow, Alison T...

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Brooklyn Bridge

Engineering our World

A series of eight activities and fact sheets introducing eight famous scientists, engineers and artists as a springboard for group-based engineerin...

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Wild flowers

Earth Explorers

A series of eight activities and fact sheets, created by Kathryn Grahame, aims to develop environmental awareness through activities and is suitabl...

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Car built from a plastic bottle

Challenge Chasers

A series of eight science activities presented as challenges for children to solve, created by Janet Morris.

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Multicoloured Rubber bands

Sensory Sparks (SEN)

Eight activities aimed specifically towards children with special needs, created by PSTT College Fellow and SEN specialist Julie Neil.

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