TeenTech Awards

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The TeenTech Awards challenge young people to develop their own  ideas to make life 'better,simpler,safer or more fun' using science,technology and engineering. 

Register now to recieve the full Teacher Pack with plans for how to run the project over 8 lessons . Projects need to be submitted by March 15th.

We provide full teacher resources, links to supporting industry mentors and invitations to exciting innovation days.  The programme is designed to benefit every student who enters,not only those who reach the final showcase at The Royal Society or the presentation ceremenony at Buckingham Palace.

Expected outcomes

What teachers say:

The real value of the TeenTech Awards is that all it requires is interest, imagination, thought, commitment and time but not, crucially, expensive material resources. They are a powerful way to challenge the STEM stereotype and are incredibly effective a reaching students who do not fit that stereotype, Teacher, Rutland

TeenTech is giving these children the chance to explore and develop ideas to a far greater extent than they ever could within the constraints of the curriculum. This combined with a young person’s fearless, unrestrained imagination means we’re seeing some genuine solutions to genuine problems being produced. It’s all so incredibly inspiring” Teacher, Kent

Schools who have participated in the TeenTech Awards report the following outcomes

*Inspires students to use innovation and technology in STEM projects

 *Raises the profile and increases aspiration for STEM careers and skills.

*Increases number of students choosing STEM subjects - one school reported an inccrease of 300%  over 5 years of running the Award programme. Another saw number of girlschoosing Physics GCSE rise to 87.5 %

*Provides  opportunities for both leadership and mentors in school.

*Improves progression and/or attainment in STEM subject(s)

*Improves motivation and engagement in lessons

*provides opportunity to develop wider STEM skills (e.g. problem-solving, numeracy, digital and technical skills)

*Provides  opportunities for studentsand teachers  to discuss contemporary careers with industry experts

To book this activity, please contact:
Dani Longhurst

Dalton House
60 Windsor Avenue
SW19 2RR London

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