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STEM Teacher Network events

STEM Teacher NetworkThe STEM Teacher Network is a half-termly evening event open to all teachers involved with or interested in STEM subjects. The events give you an opportunity to meet colleagues from local schools and colleges in an informal environment, find out about the latest outreach opportunities with Kingston University and hear from guest speakers – in the past we have heard from the National Physical Laboratory, Royal Society of Chemistry and found out about CREST awards.

The evening is free to attend and parking is available, with drinks and refreshments provided.

Upcoming events

  • Date: Thursday 3 November
  • Time: 5.00pm–6.45pm
  • Location: Penrhyn Road campus, Kingston University

About the event

The official launch of our state-of-the-art STEM provision, exclusively for use by schools and colleges. Take part in a carousel of interactive STEM activities showcasing our equipment and outreach activities, plus network with other STEM teachers and our university staff.

At the event you will find out about:

Lab in a Lorry Lab in a Lorry our Lab in a Lorry is able to come to your school/college and can be used for activities across a huge range of STEM topics (such as forensics, physiology, cancer biology) and age groups (from primary to college learners).

Outreach lab – a dedicated outreach space at our Penrhyn Road campus with the Outreach lablatest technology and equipment for inspirational STEM learning. We have an interactive floor, medical simulator doll, DNA finger printing, FLoid fluorescence microscope, PCR machine, haptic feedback robot and much, much more!

Contact us

Education Liaison
Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 6316
Email us

Contact us

Education Liaison
Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 6316
Email us

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Teacher testimonials

"The STEM Teacher Network has been so incredibly useful, I've got loads out of it. I'm now encouraging my colleagues in the Art department to get involved in the Visual Arts and Design Teacher Network because the STEM one has been so brilliant."

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