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The London Engineering Project (LEP) supports the delivery of the school curriculum for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in both primary and secondary schools.
This section contains information about:
Promoting engineering within your school
STEM activities help to fulfill the aims of the Every Child Matters agenda through:
Opportunities to engage in collaborative problem-solving activities
Discussion to generate creative, practical, cost-effective solutions that are relevant and fit for purpose
Designing products that contribute positively to the community/environment; analysing, evaluating and communicating their findings
Learning about the relationship between science, society and the future of the world
Consideration of ethical and moral issues and global sustainability
STEM activities can be used as an integral part of the delivery of the curriculum making links between and within subjects. Activities can be used to introduce an area of the curriculum or as a mode of assessment.
Focus for learning is across three areas:
Attitudes and attributes: Confidence, determination, adaptability, enterprising
Skills: Literacy, numeracy, ICT, PLTS (personal, learning & thinking skills)
Knowledge and understanding: The big ideas that shape the world
Details of all the activities the LEP offers can be found in the Resources section.
Resources also contains information on activities that students can do at home and links to websites that offer further activities and free resources.
Please contact us to find out how the LEP can support the curriculum at your school.