VITRUVIAN MAN INVESTIGATION
May, 2019 No Comments Primary Science, STEAM / STEM
This May marks the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death. Often thought of primarily as an artist, Leonardo was also years or sometimes centuries ahead in the fields of science, maths and engineering.  Leonardo became an expert in the anatomy of the human body. The combination of science ...
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EQUINOX SLIME
March, 2019 No Comments Uncategorized
VERNAL EQUINOX SLIME Here at STEAMWORKS we’re always looking for new and exciting slime ideas. While experimenting with black and gold slime we started linking it to day and night, and being so close to the March 19th decided it would be a great idea to teach children about ...
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GIRLS IN STEM
January, 2019 No Comments Uncategorized
2019 marks the centenary of the Women’s Engineering Society, but a hundred years on girls and women are still hugely underrepresented in STEM occupations, in some STEM subjects at A level and in further education. What are the issues that are still preventing women from entering these fulfilling and ...
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