Steam School welcomes schools from all over the globe into our pioneering community of educators and students. We have developed a weekly schedule of activity to prepare your students for our weekly #TalkTechThursday broadcast.
Here’s how it works
GET READY with #MISSIONMONDAYS – your weekly Broadcast Briefing includes a guest toolkit and video trailer to get you ready for Thursday’s broadcast.
GET TALKING with #STEAMTASTIC – your Toolkit contains everything you need to stimulate discussions and kick-start your learning
GET INVOLVED with #WINNINGWEDNESDAYS – got a burning question for our live guests? Send them our way, and we’ll get the answers in our live show!
GET INSPIRED with #TALKTECHTHURSDAYS – tune in and get inspired with the weekly live broadcast – or catch up on the replay!
GET ACTIVE with the #MICROCHALLENGE – at the end of the broadcast our guest sets a weekly challenge, with prizes every week for the best entry!
GET EXCITED with #FANTASTICFRIDAYS – Short on time? No problem! Get an essential briefing every Friday – all the best bits of our show, edited into a bite-size 15-minute video! Perfect for those schools who prefer to incorporate Steam School into lesson time.
PLUS… #BONUS – Access our entire library of shows, so you can find the perfect Steam School for any lesson!
“Our school is just in the process of signing up to the STEAM School programme and having already viewed one of the broadcasts, I can confidently say that it is a great way of exposing young people to a wide range of guest speakers from STEM, Tech and Creative Digital industries, with the added bonus that all students can enjoy the benefit of this experience by watching the videos as part of class-time, form-time and extra-curricular activities!”
“Me and my 11-year-old son tuned in to the Steam School broadcast to listen to Rob Bennett this afternoon and it was AWESOME! My son is still talking about it now! Seriously, we’ve had to look up why woodpeckers don’t get headaches and find pictures of the flattest place on Earth! I don’t hold out a lot of hope for a quiet bedtime tonight.”
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