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STEM Facilities

STEM Facilities

 More amazing facilities almost completed Governors come into see the final stages of the work on the next three floors to be handed over to STEM Academy. The picture is taken in the Careers First Academy which plays a pivotal role in the Academy going forward. This is where leading […]

 
STEM Students visit Google HQ

STEM Students visit Google HQ

“On Thursday 16th January STEM Academy students were invited to Google HQ to take part in research into how to get young people to be interested in and develop computer science skills.  After lunch in the Google canteen students met with groups of Google software engineers who questioned our students […]

 
Generating Genius Meeting

Generating Genius Meeting

The first batch of STEM Academy students on the Generating Genius programme were  taken last week on Wed 19/11 to UCL to take part in their first Uni Genius Academic Tutoring session of the year. Lecturers and under graduates provided one to one tutoring in their specialist subjects. Our students […]

 
STEM Academy Engineers visit WISE

STEM Academy Engineers visit WISE

On Saturday 23 November 2013 some of our engineering students attended an event run by WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) an organisation whose aim is to promote female talent in science, engineering and technology from classroom to boardroom. The event was to educate young women between the ages of 16-22 about […]

 
Computer Games Courses

Computer Games Courses

Are you interested in a computer based university course that will give you the skills that will ensure that you gain the experience and abilities required to survive in  the workplace?  This article will give you vital information about the best courses on offer that offer the best standards of  […]

 
Bill Gates Gives Live Lesson To Secondary Students

Bill Gates Gives Live Lesson To Secondary Students

Bill Gates gave a speech at a high school about 11 things they did not and will not learn in school. Words of wisdom and life from one of the greatest entrepreneurs of the century. He talked about how school teaching has no resemblance to life’s teachings and no concept […]

 
Girls Should Be Geeks Too

Girls Should Be Geeks Too

There is a movement to encourage more girls in technology. To ensure there are a significant number of female “geeks” for the future girls in schools are been targeted. Below is an article by the Independent that tells how this is being achieved. “On International Woman’s Day, campaigning technology agency […]

 
Google Headquarters hosts STEM Sixth Form Academy’s first Open Event

Google Headquarters hosts STEM Sixth Form Academy’s first Open Event

STEM Sixth Form Academy (STEM6), a new 16-19 academy specialising in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), welcomed a packed audience of prospective students to its first open day on 22nd February at the prestigious Town Hall suite in the Google Headquarters, Soho. The event kicked off with speeches from STEM […]

 
STEM6: New Science Sixth Form Open Day

STEM6: New Science Sixth Form Open Day

STEM Sixth Form Academy held its first open day event at Google headquarters in Soho February 22, 2013. The Principal John O’Shea, STEM Ambassador James Marsden along with Dr, Tony Sewell, Founder and Director of Generation Genius spoke to a crowd that packed the Google Town Hall.

 
STEM6: New Sixth Form To Address Looming Skills Shortage

STEM6: New Sixth Form To Address Looming Skills Shortage

A new school for 16 to 19-year-olds is set to open in East London’s Tech City this September, geared towards helping students begin a career in the science and technology industry. The STEM Academy Sixth Form will be entirely focussed on providing pupils with further education in science, technology, engineering […]

 
 
 
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