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A Term of STEM Stories gives you lifetime access to 10 STEM Stories to use whenever you want

You can use them to raise the profile of STEM in your school or with your class by featuring them as starters, prompts or even putting up a STEM Heroes display. Teachers tell us they even upload them to Google Classroom or send out in parent newsletters to promote STEM conversations at home too.

Once you sign up, as well as accessing all 10 videos you'll also get printable resources to go with each video.

What Teachers Have Been Saying

  • "We have been talking as a staff about how lots of STEM things are aimed at year 5 and 6 and how we would like to explore something that is aimed at younger children. I think these videos are perfect. We've also discussed starting an assembly specifically for sharing these heroes. Currently staff share your STEM Heroes printables and put them on display in their classrooms so the videos will add to that information."  - Miss Foster (Nursery Teacher)


10 Topics

Mary Seacole

Mary Seacole was a nurse who teaches us to be brave, kind, and to never give up on our dreams.

Isambard Kingdom Brunel

Isambard Kingdom Brunel was an engineer who teaches us to keep exploring, building and coming up with big ideas.

Ole Kirk Christiansen

Ole Kirk Christiansen was the inventor of Lego and teaches us to keep trying and never give up even when things go wrong.

Marie Curie

Marie Curie was a scientist who can teach us to use the things we are good at to help others and heroes in our own way.

Thomas Edison

Thomas Edison was the inventor of the light bulb who teaches us that even when things don't go right at first you should keep trying and trying.

Jane Goodall

Jane Goodall was an animal scientist who teaches us to be kind to our planet and all its creatures.

Katherine Johnson

Katherine Johnson was a mathematician behind the Moon landings and teaches us to work hard at maths and never give up on our dreams.

William Kamkwamba

William Kamkwamba was a young inventor and engineer who teaches us to dream big and think about how to help the people around us.

Ada Lovelace

Ada Lovelace was the first computer programmer and she teaches us to explore the world of numbers and let our imaginations soar.

John McFall

John McFall is the world's first disabled astronaut who teaches us to never give up when things get hard.

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