Updated: Mar 17
At the Farr Foundation, we know how complex and confusing the world of STEM can be if you’ve never encountered it before. This learning of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths is so vital both now and in the future so we’ve put together a list of key resources that can help your children – and you – learn everything you need to about STEM.
A site designed to develop the knowledge of teachers and leaders and improving young people’s lives through the power of STEM.
From films and playlists to lessons and Bitesize highlights, the BBC has a collection of resources for children to learn about STEM.
All About STEM does amazing things to promote exciting STEM opportunities for schools and businesses across the nation and has a list of resources to help plan effective STEM teaching.
Quick and creative STEM inspiration with free activities and profiles of inspiring people.
Free sustainability and STEM teaching resources for children aged between 11 and 16.
School of Coding works with schools, colleges and universities across the country to deliver fun-packed coding clubs & activity days.
From science to space and history, Kids National Geographic is an established brand that teaches children everything they need to know about STEM subjects - including some Weird But True facts.
So many children (and adults!) dream of travelling into space and the NASA site offers a glimpse of what space travel is like - and how important a knowledge of science and tech is to get there!
Explore, play, discover and more - San Francisco's Exploratorium website is packed full of inspirational activities, apps and things to do.
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The Farr Foundation is a charity that supports organisations dedicated to inspiring school-aged children, raising their aspirations through STEM-related (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) activities. We do this through the provision of grant funding throughout the calendar year.