STEM stands for science (biology, chemistry and physics), technologies (including digital and computing science), engineering (all types) and mathematics. It is one of the core drivers of our curriculum.
As well as developing skills and knowledge in each individual subject, STEM education aims to develop children's ability to develop knowledge and skills through interdisciplinary or project-based learning. This approach reflects the way in which STEM skills and knowledge are used in the world of work where a team with different types of expertise would work together to generate new knowledge, ideas and products.
For more information about STEM at our school, please see the document below.
There is a range of learning resources that helps families to learn about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) using the world around them. You can find out about the work of real-life IT professionals, and try the activities and challenges as a family.