EngineeringUK launched The Big Bang in 2009 in partnership with the UK’s major science and engineering bodies. Since then The Big Bang has become the largest celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths for young people in the UK demonstrating the exciting and rewarding opportunities available.
One of the main aims of The Big Bang is to bring STEM into local schools and colleges throughout the UK and the Near Me @ school programme provides the perfect platform for this to succeed.
Learn by Design supports schools and colleges in the Midlands to showcase their own STEM projects by holding a Big Bang @ School event to both excite pupils about STEM subjects, inspire them to consider science or engineering careers and unite local STEM companies with the school’s potential future engineers.
Learn by Design provides on-hand support for your schools event. Using The Big Bang @ School toolkit, you are provided with all the information and resources you need, from fun and informative activities to robust careers materials and support for planning a great STEM fair in your school.
As well as step by step guidance for creating a successful event. We can support you with:
Call The Big Bang Team 01827 316 297 to find out how your school or college could be holding the next STEM fair.
Email the team on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Since 2011 Learn by Design has been delivering The Big Bang in the Midlands, attracting national players such as Rolls Royce, Severn Trent Water, Jaguar LandRover, IBM, The National Space Centre, The Royal Society of Chemistry, The Institute of Civil Engineers and Caterpillar UK to name a few. Almost 8,000 visitors attend the regional fairs and over 150 student projects are showcased year on year – including Young Engineer for Britain projects.
The Midlands programme runs in one of the largest regions in the country reaching over 25,000 young people through our fantastic STEM events.
• Over 5000 young people attended the regional Big Bang events
• More than 100 exhibitors supported
• Played host to 4 different STEM Competition finals