STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. This is a key component for developing essential engineering recruits from school leavers by combing this with the inspiring history of Blyth and Antarctica we offer a range of curriculum based activities for schools based around our heritage boat yard and tall ship in Blyth. We can draw on modern industry resources through our partners, the Port of Blyth, Newcastle University and Catapult as well as STEM ambassadors from further afield. Activities can include everything from boats stability, navigation, wind turbines and engineering design through to raspberry pie coding.
For more information please contact Steve Rutland via Steve.Rutland@publicvalue.co.uk who runs our partner organisation the Blyth STEM Hub.