Sciences, Technologies, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Award
The Scottish Education Awards recognise schools and centres that have developed a vibrant and progressive culture and climate of continuous innovation.
The culture and ethos should promote respect, ambition and achievement while improving outcomes for all learners in ways which eliminate inequity.
Do you know a school or centre that can respond to the statement above and in detail to the questions below? Then why not nominate them for the STEM Award?
Nominations should include practical activities and projects that the school or centre has undertaken, detailing the impact these strategies have had on pupils, staff, parents and the community.
- In what ways do learners in your establishment demonstrate successful application of STEM skills?
- In what ways are learners using STEM to develop skills for learning, life and work?
- In what ways do you work with partners/parents/wider community to support STEM?
- How is STEM supporting the four contexts of learning (curriculum, inter-disciplinary learning, ethos and life of the schools and opportunities for personal achievement)?
Describe the outcomes of these approaches in terms of impact on:
- children and young people
- the whole school community
- the wider community
Nominations close at 12 noon on Monday 15 February 2016
NOMINATE TODAY AT www.scottisheducationawards.org.uk