Join a small team of STEM students to prepare and deliver fun, interactive workshops in a local primary school (all genders welcome).
Engage children (9-11yrs) with STEM subjects and promote the role of women in STEM. Basic session plans are in place for your team to tweak; topics include Bridge Construction, Dinosaurs and Space.
The project aims to excite children, especially girls, about STEM subjects, promote the role of women in STEM and give them the opportunity to meet real-life University students!
This project is open to volunteers of all genders.
What skills do I need?
Confident English speaker.
No previous experience necessary, just enthusiasm for sharing STEM subjects with children! Full training provided by Sheffield Volunteering.
What will I gain?
Experience of teamwork, and of teaching and working with children in a school.
Training and support
You will need to attend a 2 hour STEM project training session to learn about the project, try out some of the activities and meet the other students in your team. This will be on Thursday 20 Feb 3-5pm.
One afternoon per week for 3 weeks during Weeks 4-7 (w/c 9 March - w/c 23 March 2020). Your team will deliver a 1.5 hour workshop per week, plus travel time. You will also need some time with your team each week to plan the sessions.
DBS (criminal records) check
Various primary schools across Sheffield.
Your team will book a taxi to the school and the costs are reimbursed by Sheffield Volunteering.