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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 (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths). 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.

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

Next event

  • Date: Tuesday 27 March 2018
  • Time: Arrival from 4.30pm for refreshments/networking, event runs 5.00pm – 6.30pm
  • Location: STEM Outreach Centre,  Penrhyn Road campus, Kingston University 

We are excited to host a collaborative evening with STEM Learning, who will be inviting their London STEM Ambassadors (volunteers from a wide range of STEM jobs who offer their time to help bring subjects to life). We will be running 'speed networking' as an opportunity to meet colleagues from a wide range of industries, who can then be invited to visit your school or college. We are also launching our STEM 'kit loan' scheme, allowing local schools to have some of our specialist STEM kit in school/college on a loan basis to increase access for students and staff.

Please register your attendance using the booking form below and do share with colleagues.

Future events 

Date: Thursday 12 July 2018
Time: Arrival from 4.30pm for refreshments/networking, event runs 5.00pm – 6.30pm
Location: STEM Outreach Centre, Penhryn Road campus, Kingston University

Contact us

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