ORBYTS (Original Research By Young Twinkle Students) is a program in which research scientists work in collaboration with sixth form students to perform cutting-edge research leading to a peer-reviewed scientific paper.
The 3M Young Innovators Challenge is a STEM-based competition for primary and secondary schools in the Leicestershire, South Nottinghamshire, Bracknell Forest and Wokingham areas.
Students learn to build and programme a 3D printed robotic arm.
The Schools Science Competition is free to enter and is open to teams of pupils from secondary schools across Greater London. The aim of the competition is for teams to identify an everyday problem that directly impacts society.
These CREST Star activities have been adapted for students with special educational needs (SEN). The activities use Widgit Symbols to help learners with cognitive learning difficulties, who have difficulty following instructions given purely in text or remembering a series of instructions.
In the Car-azy Construction workshop, students work together to design, build and race their own electrically powered car-azy cars!
Design a boat made of recyclable materials.
Pupils are asked to recreate a magic trick using magnets. Is it possible to play Quidditch with the force of magnets?