Our exclusive STEAM webinar has now ended, but you’ll be able to view the webinar highlights shortly, as well as more blog and video content to support your lessons. Enjoy webinar highlights from:
- Tim Peake, British ESA Astronaut
- Anne-Marie Imafidon, CEO of Stemettes
- Marsha Ivins, NASA Astronaut
- Alistair Bryce-Clegg, Early Years Consultant
- Simon Hunt, Primary Teacher and Consultant
- Craig Kemp, Global EdTech Consultant
- What inspired our panellists and the key ingredients to their success
- How embedding STEAM from Early Years can support development
- What the ‘A’ in STEAM really means
- How we can help prepare children with the tools to succeed in future industries
- Plus much, much more…
There’ll be follow up sessions for you to enjoy, and you’ll also gain access to lots of valuable content to help you embed STEAM.
About our experts
Tim Peake, British ESA Astronaut
Renowned British astronaut who spent six months living and working onboard the International Space Station. Tim is a passionate STEAM advocate and believes it’s a fundamental learning practice for young people regardless of their future careers.
Anne-Marie Imafidon, CEO of Stemettes
Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE is a prodigy in every sense of the word. Aged 11, she was the youngest girl ever to pass A-level computing and was just 20 years old when she received her Master’s Degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Oxford. Passionate about inspiring young women and girls into science and technology, CEO Anne-Marie co-founded award-winning social enterprise Stemettes in 2013.
Marsha Ivins, NASA Astronaut
After graduating from the University of Colorado with a BS in Aerospace Engineering, Marsha enjoyed a 37-year career as a NASA engineer and astronaut. Marsha has logged over 1,318 hours in space as a veteran of five Space Shuttle flights.
Alistair Bryce-Clegg, Early Years Consultant
Alistair is an award-winning Early Years author, blogger, product designer and advocate of PLAY. His work has been published in a number of books and magazines and he has worked as an Early Years advisor for various film and television projects. Alongside support and training for a range of settings, schools and parents, he also works internationally and with Local Authorities across the UK. His most recent project is the co-creation of a child development app for parents called My First Five Years (mffy.com). Alistair has an MA in Education and is currently studying for his Doctorate in Early Years.
Simon Hunt, Primary Teacher and Consultant
Simon has taught a range of age groups from reception through to year six and has become known for vlogging about his teaching experiences. Through his education consulting business Mr Hunt From The Front he inspires teachers on how to bring fun and creativity into the classroom.
Craig Kemp, Global EdTech Consultant
Craig started his career as a teacher in New Zealand before launching EduSpark, a professional learning and development resource for teachers and leaders everywhere. Driven to make a difference on a larger scale, with EduSpark, Craig works with schools all over the world to engage them in professional learning.