As one of the UK's leading STEM Centres, the Centre for Science Education is keen to work with a range of partners.
The STEM agenda remains high on the list of UK government priorities. This has many drivers including the supply of scientists and engineers, who will contribute to the UK economy, increasing the scientific capability of all citizens so they can make informed decisions about science and technology and generally raising the profile and culture of science in society.
We understand organisations' desire to be involved in this agenda and are here to help achieve this aim. We can develop projects with you, we can suggest approaches and initiatives that will attract schools and we can demonstrate the impact that new resources and materials can make in improving STEM education in schools.
We know that this can make a difference and can demonstrate this impact both here in the UK and in countries across Europe and the Far East where we have worked with government bodies, education charities and commercial organisations.