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I hope you’ve had a great week, and are looking forward to the weekend! British Science Week is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths. It starts today, 11th of March and ends on Sunday 20th March. This years’ theme is Growth! In today’s newsletter, we’ll be sharing events and resources that are all about STEM! Read on if you’d like to know more!
Learn all about the nervous system!
STEM Ambassador Hub is hosting a free webinar that focuses on your nervous system. During this webinar, your child will learn more about what cells make up our brain, how we form memories, how our nervous system works, and how scientists study brain damage. The webinar is open to young people 14 and up and takes place on Monday 14th March. To book your place, click here.
Discover where your passion lies!
Founders4Schools is hosting a day of free, online, 30-minute interactive webinars to give secondary students, aged 11 and older, insight into a range of careers in STEM. This is a great opportunity for young people to learn about different available in STEM careers, the opportunities they can offer, and how to get there! The event takes place on Thursday 17th March, and you can sign your child up here!
Explore the Physics of Matter!
Open University is bringing you a free online presentation where they’ll be discussing the Physics of Matter, Time, and Space. During this presentation, your child will have the opportunity to learn about the behaviour of matter on a human scale, astronomical bodies, and plasma. The presentation is open to young people aged 16 and older, and takes place on Sunday 20th March to register, click here.