Monday 13th to Friday 17th March saw the whole of All Saints Primary school celebrating and participating in a National initiative called STEM week. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. The aim was to raise the profile of these subjects in school and motivate and inspire pupils through a range of fun and exciting activities thus celebrating all things scientific and engineered. The national theme for this year’s STEM week was “Change”.
To start the celebrations, all pupils were invited to come to school dressed either as a famous scientist or a “science character” from a book. Helping to enrich the pupils’ experiences throughout the week saw visits from a STEM ambassador and parents with a variety of skills and expertise such as a geologist, a secondary school science teacher and a recycling expert. A STEMtastic time was had by all.
Check out the gallery of pictures below.