In addition to the Royal Academy of Engineering, there are a number of organisations providing support for engineering education and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning in schools across the UK. The Academy has worked with some of these organisations through its various educational programmes.


Engineering Development Trust (EDT)

The EDT is a provider of STEM enrichment that links young people across the UK with industry. It offers a range of schemes for students between the ages of 11 and 21.

Engineering Development Trust


STEM Cymru: Engineering Education Scheme Wales (EESW)

The EESW runs a range of schemes in Wales that aim to inspire 12-19 year olds, of all abilities, to choose a career in STEM. Many of its activities provide students with the opportunity to gain practical experience of STEM and working with engineers.

STEM Cymru: Engineering Education Scheme Wales (EESW)


Primary Engineer

Primary Engineer provides training for primary school teachers to help them develop engaging Design and Technology learning activities giving students the opportunity to apply their mathematical and scientific knowledge. Primary Engineer also provides training opportunities for secondary school teachers working in primary liaison as well as learning challenges and awards for primary school students.

Primary Engineer


Smallpeice Trust

The Smallpeice Trust provides hands-on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) activities for students in Years 6-12 as well as training opportunities for STEM teachers. The trust’s programme for students includes school STEM Days, STEM club activities and science and engineering themed residential courses held at universities.

Smallpeice Trust


STEMNET

STEMNET is an organisation that provides UK schools with access to people who work in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), through their STEM Ambassadors scheme.  It also supports the development of STEM clubs in schools and provides free advice for schools who want to work with industry to develop STEM subjects and curricula.

STEMNET


Tomorrow's Engineers

Tomorrow’s Engineers is an organisation that provides high-quality information and resources about engineering careers for young people aged 9-16, their teachers and their parents.  Visit the Tomorrow’s Engineers website to find out about the variety of routes into engineering and the wide range of engineering jobs. This organisation and its work is supported by the Royal Academy of Engineering.

Tomorrow's Engineers


Young Engineers

Young Engineers is a UK dducational charity that believes participation in practical activities provides the best way of encouraging young people (aged 7 to 19) to study STEM subjects and take up careers in engineering. Young Engineers' vibrant and active membership provides the perfect opportunity for schools, clubs and individuals to be part of a national network that provides support, guidance, activities, challenges and events, all designed to help young people discover the world of engineering within a safe and enjoyable environment.

Young Engineers