Faculty of Science, Agriculture & Engineering

KS4-5 STEM Workshops

A Future in Maths

30-40mins | up to 250 students | Yr10-13
This presentation will give students an insight into the doors that studying mathematics, statistics and physics can open. They will learn what it is like to study at university and find out more about their career options that will become available to them.

A Future in Engineering

30-40mins | up to 250 students | Yr10-13
Take an in-depth look at the range of different engineering disciplines and find out what it is like to study at university. This presentation will provide an insight into relevant career pathways and the exciting potential a future in engineering can hold

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Renewable Energy: Driving the Future of Transport?

45-60mins | up to 40 students | Yr10-13
This workshop covers the current issues and solutions for sustainable energy sources for transport. The internal workings of current car engines and the sources of potential future fuels are explored, via some exciting demonstrations. Students will have the opportunity to build their own hydrogen-powered model car and to consider current advances in electric vehicles and why they are currently a more popular choice than hydrogen.

Curriculum Links
Chemistry: Fuels; Combustion; Energy; Electrolysis.
Physics: Energy, Renewable energy; Electricity.

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STEM Articulate

30mins-1hr | up to 60 students | Yr7-13
STEM Articulate is a fast paced game that will test your students’ knowledge of STEM. We recommend this session is booked alongside another STEM session.

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Routes into STEM

30-45mins | up to 250 students | Yr9-13
A presentation that introduces students to the exciting world of STEM, including studying STEM at university and future career opportunities with case studies from our graduates.

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Why STEM?

1hr | up to 60 students | Yr7-13
An interactive workshop which explores the world of STEM and why students might like to pursue it. The workshop looks at how STEM has influenced our world, what studying STEM at university involves and allows students to map out possible careers in STEM.

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Zombie Apocalypse

2hrs | up to 40 students | Yr10-11
Zombie Apocalypse is a scenario-based activity in which the students carry out a range of STEM activities to survive the zombies. Students will survive by building a shelter, deciphering coded messages and navigating a route to safety.

Curriculum Links
Biology: Health, disease and development of medicines.
Physics: Forces and motion
Maths: Algebra 

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Ask Our Students

1hr | up to 300 students | Yr3-12
Invite Newcastle University students from a range of subject areas to talk to your students and answer their questions. This may be useful for A Level Biology students who aren't sure of the difference between studying Biology, Animal Science or Zoology or perhaps a chance for KS3 pupils to learn about the different types of engineering or even for a year 6 class to find out what real scientists do.

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