STEM Clubs


The Schools' Observatory have created a series of STEM Club booklets that support you to lead 18 weeks of engaging activities, all themed around the inspirational topic of space.

Our STEM Club resources require you to register with The Schools' Observatory. You can access extra support and information if you are logged in to your account. Registering is free and easy, so why not join now! Once you have registered you can access the STEM Club resources (and a wealth of other inspirational activities) via the resources page in the teachers area of the website.

Why run a STEM Club?

STEM Clubs allow students to explore and engage with science, technology, engineering, and maths outside of the curriculum. They shouldn't be confused with homework or catch-up clubs. STEM Clubs can bring benefits to students, teachers, and the whole school.

With a STEM Club you can:

  1. develop a love of STEM in students
  2. improve students' practical, teamwork, and presentation skills
  3. give a teachers the opportunity to try new activities and broaden their knowledge of STEM
  4. improve levels of student engagement within the school

The National STEM Learning Centre provides additional information and support for schools wanting to set up and run STEM Clubs.