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Southend, Essex & Thurrock Science Learning Partnership

Dsc 0962Our Science Learning Partnership (SLP) provides quality, subject-specific Continuous Professional Development (CPD) and support for primary, secondary & FE across Southend, Essex & Thurrock. We are part of a network of SLPs and other support for schools that is managed by STEM Learning.

Contact: e.emmerton@setsa.info

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Our SLP mission

Whether you're a primary, secondary or FE teacher or technician, we're here to support you at every stage of your career, and we share your dedication to raising young people’s engagement and achievement in STEM.

We offer a flexible palette of bespoke support, online and face-to-face CPD, network meetings and wrap around support to enable you and your department to deliver world-leading STEM education for all young people across Southend, Essex & Thurrock.

 

 

 

Bespoke Support - the heart of what we do

Our local expertise is evidenced by many years operating as a successful local Teaching School.  Our holistic approach to school support across the wider region has always involved working with other TSAs/TS Hubs, education partners and training providers to ensure schools can access the support they need.

Our bespoke STEM offer is a core part of our SLP approach.  We can work directly with your school, MAT or cluster, undertaking a needs analysis to see where we fit in with your school improvement planning, and then identifying the best way of providing this support to give you the most value for money in what is a hugely challenging time for education. This may take the form of consultancy, one to one coaching (mentoring and advisory work) or CPD.

If you would like to arrange a telephone appointment to discuss further, please contact our SLP Lead David Struthers via email: d.struthers@setsa.info

STEM Ambassadors

INSPIRING THE NEXT GENERATION OF SCIENTISTS, TECHNOLOGISTS, ENGINEERS AND MATHEMATICIANS

Canterbury Christ Church University operating as The STEM Hub coordinates the South East of England STEM Ambassador Hub. Covering Kent, Medway, Essex including Southend and Thurrock, Surrey and Sussex.

STEM Ambassadors cross all ages and backgrounds, representing thousands of different employers across the UK. Our Ambassadors include apprentices, zoologists, set designers, climate change scientists, engineers, farmers, geologists, nuclear physicists, and architects.

They help to open the doors to a world of opportunities and possibilities which come from pursuing STEM subjects and careers.

They not only inspire young people; they also support teachers in the classroom by explaining current applications of STEM in industry or research.

STEM Ambassadors use their enthusiasm and commitment to encourage young people to enjoy STEM subjects. They open the doors to a world of opportunities and possibilities which come from pursuing STEM subjects and careers.

There are a great number of ways in which STEM Ambassadors can support schools and learners, for example by:

  • Providing 1:1 mentoring to a student who needs support to work through a challenging aspect of study
  • Providing e-mentor careers support
  • Giving ‘day-in-the-life’ talks
  • Explaining research techniques
  • Judging competitions
  • Taking part in a science fair
  • Advising on CV writing
  • Providing support at a careers event
  • Interview techniques or work skills
  • Supporting after school STEM clubs
  • Providing teachers with up-to-date information about the latest techniques
  • Supporting national challenges
  • Writing a blog that provides insight into your role
  • Giving a workshop to pupils

REQUEST AN AMBASSADOR

If you would like to speak to a member of the team that support Southend, Essex and Thurrock, please contact

Jo Cockerton:  j.cockerton1173@canterbury.ac.uk

Peter Sutton: peter.sutton@canterbury.ac.uk | 07719 990 942

The STEM Hub has over 600 registered STEM Ambassadors.  Click below to request their support!

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